Electronic controllers for weather compensationDanfoss is proud to introduce the seventh generation of electronic controllers for district heating. Based on the success and benefits of previous generations, the ECL Comfort 210 and 310 will ensure comfort and convenience for heating, cooling and domestic hot water systems.
Engineered SimplicityWith the ECL Comfort 210 and 310 controllers, setting up and operating the heating installation has never been easier or more straight-forward.
The Danfoss ECL Comfort controller looks simple, but works smarter. Thus it will add more to your performance than could be expected.
Open the chapters below to learn more about the features that will save time and energy for you.
The wheel or the turn-push dial of the ECL controller is designed to give you easy access to navigate in the intuitive menu structure. Easy operation helps you to do fast and correct commission of the ECL. High performance without a headache!
Cut time, increase performance. Improved cable connections and more space for wiring ensure a fast and trouble free installation of the ECL Comfort controller in the system. For successful commissining only few steps are required. It's pretty straight forward and in fact you don't need any special knowledge about programming.
The environment matters! By weather compensation and being the brain of the heating system, a correct commissioned ECL Comfort controller optimizes the system efficiency by reducing the return temperature.
This means 11 - 15 % savings or more on your energy comsumption in the building and subsequently, also reduced CO2 emissions.
The data programmed in every ECL Application Key incorporates dedicated and applied expertise from worldwide expertise with district heating. Once correct commissioning is done, the copy function of the key leads to easy setting of additional controllers and free up your time for other aspects of your business.
The ECL Comfort controller is designed and developed with your needs in mind. There are no blinking lights or arrays of buttons and switches. A larger display with graphic texct and the setup wizard ease correct commissioning and easy day-to-day operation, no unscheduled service vistis and 100 % customer satisfaction.
Open the below chapters to read more about the heating system, building components and network communication facilities.
In case of limited access to the heating system the ECL Comfort controller can be supplemented with an ECA remote control unit, which can be placed at any desired location in the building.
This enables room temperature monitoring and control, easy interfacing and remote access for overriding all functions of the controller.
The room temperature sensor, e.g. placed in the living room, supplies readings to the ECL controller about the actual controlled comfort temperature. Hence optimum system flow temperatures and performance should go hand in hand with your living comfort.
Weather compensation of the heating is conducted by the ECL Comfort based on temperature readings from the outdoor sensor. Changing weather conditions requires change of system flow temperatures in order to meet demands for comfort and optimum system operation.
The ECL Comfort 210 and 310 controllers are optimized for use in a substation. By being, so to say, the brain of the heating system, it operates by controlling key system components, like Danfoss motorized control valves, Pt 1000 temperature sensors and pressure transmitters plus receiving monitoring readings from the heat meter.
The ECL Comfort range comprises 2 variants:
Learn how to install the electronic controllers ECL Comfort 210 and 310 with weather compensation
Click the below links to see the product presentations with more technical data on the two controllers.
See what happens when you turn the dial
The ECL app for iPhones allows you to optimize and monitor your heating system if the system contains a Danfoss ECL Comfort 310 controller
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