Room control – control of underfloor heating

Guide – what type of room control is right for you?

Flooré offers a number of different options for controlling underfloor heating.

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Guide for Smart Home

1. Install wireless heat control of underfloor heating:

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Actuator

  • For installation on manifold 1" stainless steel
  • Normally closed (NC)
  • IP 54
  • Fitting M30 x 1.5 thread
  • Consumption one per loop on the manifold
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Wireless eight-channel junction box

The KL08RF has 8 control zones, each with connections for up to 3 heating zones (actuators). The pump logic and boilers logic, a connection for Dew point sensor and the C/O input for automatic switching from heating to cooling are standard.
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Actuator 230 V

  • For installation on manifold 1" stainless steel
  • Normally closed (NC)
  • IP 54
  • Fitting M30 x 1.5 thread
  • Consumption one per loop on the manifold

2. Choose thermostats

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Appstat

The sleek and in-obtrusive design makes the TS600 an ideal solution for locations which demand discrete controls while still ensuring optimum heating comfort. Likewise the remote only interface makes the TS600 Appstat perfect for managed properties that prefer to avoid local user intervention.

3. Connect home to app

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Universal Gateway

The Smart Home gateway is what connects your Smart Home devices together and when connected to any WiFi router allows control via Smartphone, Tablet or PC, using the SALUS Smart Home app.

4. Add functions

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Smart Button

The Smart Button is used to trigger the “One touch” and “My Status” rules that you have created for your SALUS Smart Home system. Normally “One touch” and “My Status” rules are triggered via the SALUS Smart Home app, however the Smart Button provides an additional method. This product must be used with the Universal Gateway UG600 and the SALUS Smart Home App.
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Smart Relay

The SR600 relay is installed directly into a junction box or can be wall mounted using the optional SRS600 Surface mount bracket to create a hardwired semi-permanent control solution for lighting, heating or appliances. Offering an industry leading rated capacity of 16A the SR600 is suitable to control larger current devices such as electric heaters. Integrates wirelessly with the UG600 Universal connection gateway and can be controlled independently or in combination with other devices using the App Smart Rules function. 5 year warranty.
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Smart Plug

The SALUS smart plug is inserted directly into an existing power outlet. It gives Smartphone control of the device plugged into the smart plug via the Smart Home app. This product must be used with the Smart Home gateway.
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Window/door sensor

Wireless sensor that detects when a window or door is open and then switches off the heating

Requires UGE600 Gateway.

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Smart Radiator Control

The TRV10RFM is a battery-powered, mini-size thermostatic radiator valve (TRV) controller using ZigBee wireless communication. Simply replace the existing, passive head on the standard valve with the TRV10RFM. You can connect up to 6 TRV’s to one HTRS-RF(30) thermostat used with the Smart Home Gateway.
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Water Leak Sensor

The water leak sensor can detect water leaks within your system and report this information via our smart app remotely. All information regarding this product will be coming soon. Please see our downloads section for more information.
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Smoke Detector

The SD600 is a smart photoelectric smoke sensor, with ultra-low-power Zigbee wireless network technology. Once smoke has been detected the red LED flashes rapidly and sounds the alarm alerting you and your family. It can also send you an alert via email or text message when used with the SALUS Smart Home system.

Guide for control with a wireless thermostat

Description Benefits Communication
  • Smart control

Smart Home – one zone

E.g. FS 36 mini

  • Long-term good investment
  • No cables required for thermostats
ZigBee 2,4 GHz

Smart Home - multiple zones

E.g. FS 90 or underfloor heating manifold

  • Long-term good investment
  • No cables required for thermostats
ZigBee 2,4 GHz

Single control – one zone

E.g. FS 36 mini

  • Lower purchase cost
  • No cables required for thermostats
868 MHz

Single control – multiple zones

E.g. FS 90 or underfloor heating manifold

  • Lower purchase cost
  • No cables required for thermostats
ZigBee 2,4 GHz

Guide for control with a wired thermostat

Description Benefits Communication
  • Smart control

Smart Home – one or more zones 230 V

E.g. FS 36 mini, FS 90 or underfloor heating manifold

  • Long-term good investment
  • No replacement of batteries required
230 V (Supplied to thermostat, no cable required for Wireless connection box )

Single control – one or more zones 230 V

E.g. FS 36 mini, FS 90 or underfloor heating manifold

  • Lower purchase cost
  • No replacement of batteries required
230 V

Single control – one or more zones 24 V

E.g. FS 36 mini, FS 90 or underfloor heating manifold

  • Lower purchase cost
  • No replacement of batteries required
24 V