Application keys

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The ECL Comfort electronic heating controller is matched with a full range of ECL Application Keys. Each Application Key is programmed with specific parameters for a particular district heating or cooling application.

The ingenious ECL Application Key makes it easier than ever to install and set up your heating system application in the ECL controller – all without any need for advanced programming.

The data programmed in every ECL Application Key incorporates dedicated and applied expertise from worldwide experience with various applications. This is your best guarantee for optimum system performance.

The many different application keys for the electronic controllers ECL Comfort 210 and 310 makes it easy and fast to control your heating system and obtain energy savings due to higher efficiency. The "A2xx" application keys can be used both with the ECL 210 and 310 controller. The "A3xx" application keys can only be used with the ECL 310 controller.

Features and benefits

Many different application keys

Programmed data incorporates applied expertise from worldwide experience

Easier installation and set-up of the heating system application in the ECL controller

Tools and apps

Software tools

FAQ

A368 appl.-key was originally made with A368.1, A368.2, A368.3 and A368.4.

As per January 2014 the A368 appl.-key contains two extra subtypes, A368.5 and A368.6.

Main items in A368.5:
F1 is a flow meter to measure the refill water volume. The pulses from the flow meter are applied to the ECA 32 module's pulse input.

S11 is temp. monitoring of heating, secondary return.

S13 is temp. monitoring of DHW circulation, return.

Main items in A368.6:

S2 is temp. monitoring of heating, secondary return.

S8 is temp. monitoring of DHW circulation, return.

One DHW circulation pump (P1).

Mounting Guide has been updated.

Installation Guide in English has been updated.

A247 was originally made with A247.1, A247.2, A347.1 and A347.2.
As per January 2014 the A247 appl.-key contains an extra subtype, A247.3.

Main differences, compared to A247.1:
No alarm
S7 is DHW-charging temp. Sensor
S4 is DHW-heating temp. Sensor
P2 is DHW primary circuit circulation pump
P4 is DHW-charging pump.

Mounting Guide has been updated.
Installation Guide has not been updated yet.

Case stories

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Videos