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- ItemBoiler Control
- VoltageInput 24/115/220 VAC @ 5W
- Characteristics15 to 30 Minute Installation, Control Circuit: 24VAC/VDC, 115/220VAC, Relay Contact: 10A @ 220VAC General Purpose
- For Use WithAll Boiler Heat Systems Up to 300,000 Btu Including Multizoned
- Special InformationMicroprocessor Controlled Fuel Economizer for Residential Boiler Heating Systems, Reduces Boiler On/Off Cycles By Up to 30%, Automatically Adjusts Burner Firing Patterns and Average Boiler Water Temperature to Match System Heat Load. Its Action is Similar to Outdoor Reset Method, But Does Not Require An Outdoor Sensor. Heatmanager Works with The Existing Boiler Control to Reduce Fuel Consumption, Boiler Temperature Must Regularly Exceed 150 F During The Heating Season
- IncludesAdjustable Mounting Flange, Flange Gasket, 1/4-20NC x 1/4 In Set Screws
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