Heating/cooling relay with 4 channels, 1 NO contact per channel 4A/250V AC,
potential free from the power supply, with DX technology. Bidirectional.
Only 0.1 watt standby loss.
Modular device for DIN-EN 60715 TH35 rail mounting.
1 modul = 18mm wide, 58mm deep.
Connection to the Eltako-RS485 bus. Bus cross wiring and power supply with jumper.
Patented Eltako Duplex technology allows you to switch normally potential free contacts
in zero passage switching when 230V A/C voltage 50Hz is switched. This drastically
reduces wear. To achieve this, simply connect the N conductor to the terminal (N) and L to
K(L). This results in an additional standby consumption of only 0.1 watt.
When all 4 relays are switched on, a power of 0.7 watts is required.
If supply voltage fails, the device is switched off in defined mode.
This heating/cooling relay assesses information about wireless temperature controllers or
sensors. Possibly supplemented by window/door contacts, motion detectors, Hoppe window
handles and wireless pushbuttons.
As an alternative to a wireless temperature controller, the temperature information on the set
and actual values can be obtained from the GFVS software.
It is also possible to specify the set temperature via GFVS software and thus limiting the
setting range of the wireless temperature controller.
Top rotary switch for adjustable hysteresis:
Left stop: lowest hysteresis 0.5º. Middle position: hysteresis 2.5º.
Right stop: largest hysteresis 4.5º. Inbetween, divisions in steps of 0.5º.
Middle rotary switch for regulation types:
AUTO 1: With PWM control at T = 4 minutes. (PWM = pulse width modulation).
(suitable for valves with thermoelectric valve drive)
AUTO 2: With PWM control at T = 15 minutes.
(suitable for valves with motor-driven valve drive)
AUTO 3: With 2-point control.
Bottom rotary switch for operating modes:
H: heating mode (Contacts 1 to 4); K: cooling mode (Contacts 1 to 4);
HK: heating mode (Contact 3 and 4) and cooling mode (Contact 1 and 2);
In heating mode, the frost protection function is always enabled. As soon as the actual
temperature drops below 8°C, the temperature is controlled in the selected operating mode to
If one or several windows are open, the output remains off provided the window/door contacts
FTK or Hoppe handles are taught-in. In heating mode, however, the frost protection remains
As long as all taught-in motion detectors FBH detect no motion, the device is switched to set back
mode. In heating mode, the reference temperature is set back by 2°; in cooling mode, it is raised
by 2°. As soon as a motion detector signals movement again, the device is switched to normal
When a wireless pushbutton FT4 is taught-in, the assignment of the 4 keys is assigned with
the following fixed functions: Top right: Normal mode (can also be enabled by timer). Bottom
right: Night setback mode by 4°; in cooling mode, raised by 4° (can also be enabled by timer).
Top left: Setback mode by 2°, in cooling mode, raised by 2°. Bottom left: Off (in heating mode,
frost protection enabled; in cooling mode permanent off). If the motion detector and wireless
pushbutton are taught-in at the same time, the last telegram received is always the one that is
valid. A motion detector therefore switches off a setback mode selected by wireless pushbutton
when a movement is detected.
The LED below the upper function rotary switch performs during the teach-in process according