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  • Rupp
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    That's a good question. Hopefully one of these "engineering" types will see this and comment.

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    I can turn on and off fan-coils just with a 220v relay. It is possible to change the fan speed with a 220V relay,too. I need to get the temperature measuserd for every room, in order to automate every fan-coil indipendetly and change temperature for every room when I need.
    Last edited by liutart; March 1, 2010, 08:15 AM.

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  • AutomatingIT
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    Is it as simple as automating separate 220V relays?

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    Thermostats choosing help

    I am wiring a new house and I will use fan-coils to cool an heat 8 rooms. I need to control every single room indipendently. Are there someone that can help me to choose the right system do do it? I prefer to hardwire all of my fan -coils. I have just bought HS2 and Ocelot, and I don't know mutch about home automation. I live in Italy, and we have 220V
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