It is possible to demount living eco and program it, but it is very important that the thermostat is placed in mounting mode when it is re-fitted on the radiator.
Currently it is not possible to control living connect by using mobile or PC.
Yes. If you change the temperature manually on one living connect, this will also apply to all the thermostats in the same room until the next time or temperature interval. This is smart, as it gives you optimised use-and-heating balance. living connects in other rooms are not affected.
Up to 10 living connects can be installed in a room. In total you can connect up to 30 living connect thermostats to a Danfoss Link CC.
If living connect is placed where it its difficult to see the display or change the temperature, it is recommended to use a room sensor.
The open-window function is hidden so the user does not see it in use. It is activated by rapid changes in temperature and closes the valve. It is deactivated after 30 minutes or when the window is closed again.
living design does not have this feature.
It is possible to mount living connect and living eco on RA, RA/VL RA/V valves and any other valve fitting type M30x1.5
It is possible to mount living design on RA and valve fitting type M30x1.5.It is not possible to use living eco or living connect for FJVR valves since it requires a measurement of the return temperature of the water. living eco and living connect measure the room temperature.
Rechargeable batteries may perform at a lower voltage than regular alkaline batteries, which means that the radiator thermostats will not work properly with rechargeable batteries.
It is not recommended to use living eco in applications where the thermostat is hidden. The living connect can work in hidden radiator applications provided that
a) The living connect has software 3.02 or later (see software version on the label in the battery lid)
b) The Danfoss Link CC has software 2.5.57 or later
c) A Danfoss Link RS is connected to the room
d) The Heating Regulation in the Installation Mode of the Danfoss Link CC must be put on "Covered Radiator" or "Trench Heating"
No, Dynamic Valve™ can only be used in two-pipe heating systems
The maximum diffential pressure is 0,6 bar or 60 kPa
All sensors with a RA-connection (RAW, RAE, RAX, RAS-C, RAS-C2, RA 2000, living by Danfoss) can be used. However the Dynamic Valve™ should only be mounted in the inlet, so FJVR sensors should not be mounted.
No, if there is a few radiators where Dynamic Valve™ can be mounted (e.g. due to a radiator with build-in valve) you can still achieve proper system balance. However it needs to be a little throughout a system.
Yes, this can be done by using the Danfoss dP tool™. With it you can measure whether the differential pressure of 0,1 bar or 10 kPa is achieved. The actual flow can be derived by looking up the actual pre-set value in the data sheet or on the Danfoss Pre-setting tool.
The valve works in a way that the pre-set flow will be kept regardless of pressure changes in the heating system.
No, as the valve will keep a constant pressure over the valve cone, noise will not be an issue as long as the maximum differential pressure in the system is below 0,6 bar or 60 kPa
Dynamic Valve™ can be used with all common used heating sources:
- Direct district heating (a pressure diferential controller needs to be mounted);- Indirect district heating;- Gas boilers;- Oil boilers;- Heat pumps.
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