Build on Uponor with Base Flexiboard 230 V room controller with fast channel selector switch
Flexible allocation of one or more actuators to the room thermostats via selector switch during or after installation Pre-wiring without terminal diagram Save time during installation and commissioning
Significantly less effort thanks to Uponor Base Flexiboard No more need for re-wiring on site, no terminal diagram required Uponor Base Flexiboard is a 230 V control that enables individual room control for 6 or 8 rooms. There are also 2 variants with integrated pump logic available. This switches the circulating pump on or off as required and enables an energy-efficient operation. The Uponor Base Flexiboard control distributor, in combination with prefabricated distribution stations, makes work much easier. Convenient allocation of the actuators to the room thermostats via a selector switch. This means there is no more need for re-wiring on site. The allocated actuators can be changed later on without difficulty. Multiple actuators can also be allocated to one room thermostat.
• For connection of 6 or 8 room thermostats and up to 12 actuators • Individual allocation of the actuators to the room thermostats via a selector switch • Allocation of more than one actuator to a single room thermostat • No need for a terminal diagram or for on-site re-wiring • Time saving in installation and commissioning • Suitable for conventional 230 V thermostats • Version with pump connection and pump logic available
The use of Uponor Base Flexiboard in the prefabricated distribution station eliminates the need for a terminal diagram. This saves the installer time, because he can perform the allocation conveniently in a matter of seconds using the selector switches and can also change it at will without any effort.
Easy to change actuator allocation at any time
Flexiboard enables pre-wiring without a terminal d iagram in prefabricated d istribution stations
Uponor Corporation Äyritie 20 01510 Vantaa Finland T +358 (0)20 129 211 F +358 (0)20 129 2841 1089190_TL_02/2017
Published on May 15, 2018