• JUNG's new temperature controller for LB Management has an elegant and homogeneous design.
• When activated, the heating optimization function intelligently heats the room so that the desired temperature is reached at the scheduled time.
• The room temperature controller prevents overheating by interrupting the operation of electric underfloor heating according to EN 50559.
June 15, 2021 - The new JUNG screen temperature controller allows the management of radiators or underfloor heating system, both electric and water, although combined with a heat pump can also control cooling.
Equipped with a white or black glass front, the new temperature controller for LB Management from JUNG has an elegant and homogeneous design and is available for the ranges of electrical mechanisms AS, A, CD and LS of the German manufacturer. It incorporates a connection to a room temperature sensor and a standard display where the data is displayed. Identical in design and operating philosophy to the standard timer with LB Management screen, users of this lighting and blinds management system will not need any extra training, as they will be able to control the temperature in the same way. which they do with light or blinds.
In combination with some add-ons for LB Management, the new JUNG room temperature controller supports different ways of heating. Thus, users are assured of finding the most suitable way to manage their heating or cooling heating system. In addition, the room temperature controller recognizes whether the heat pump is in heating or cooling mode.
An interesting feature is that ofheating optimization for radiators or underfloor heating. When activated, it intelligently heats the room so that the desired temperature is reached at the scheduled time. Otherwise, warm-up starts at the selected time. Also, in the case of electric underfloor heating, the room temperature controller prevents overheating interrupting its operation according to EN 50559. In contrast, the temperature drop recognition system of the new JUNG controller is activated when the user opens a window for ventilation. Then the room thermostat recognizes it and changes the heating to a protection mode.