The ELEKTRA MCD5 Electric Heating Controller takes heating system control to a new level. It’s finally time to get rid of all the knobs and dials. The latest MCD5 electric heating controller generation moves in the direction of TFT screens, not just touchscreens but also color displays.
The ELEKTRA MCD5 temperature controller has no protruding parts in the front panel, such as knobs or dials, making it optically “friendlier” and more suited to the living- or utility space. The flexible capability, which was commended by clients in earlier controller versions ELEKTRA OCD2 and ELEKTRA OCD4, has been kept. The controller “learns” the thermal inertia characteristics of the floor and, after a few days, understands when to turn on the heating to produce the thermal conditions desired by users at the precise time set.
The calendar in ELEKTRA MCD5 is unquestionably one of the new controller’s benefits. This method makes it much easy to organize weekend getaways or extended vacations.
We’ve become accustomed to four-event programming or sudden weather changes. ELEKTRA MCD5’s Six-event programming is now trending. Control-via-sensors is also an option, with air and floor sensors used together or independently, with the floor sensor acting as a restriction.
“The icing on the cake” is the notion of incorporating a QR code into the menu, which stores all controller setting alterations as well as information such as energy usage or heating expenditures incurred. Scan the code displayed on the controller’s screen, and all information will be displayed clearly as menu lists and diagrams.