|Description of errors indicated with alarms. Alarm log displaying the latest 16 alarms.
|The CTS602 control system has an output signal that is activated in the case of an alarm. It can be connected to, for example, external automation.
|Filter alarm with timer that can be set to 30/90/180/360 days.
|An overview of the current operation with regards to temperatures, fan speed level etc.
|The CTS602 control system has 3 week programs that can be set individually (the default setting is “off”).
|Enables a higher or lower degree of ventilation at a high/low level of humidity.
|Enables you to adjust the degree of ventilation depending on the CO2 level in the air.
|You can prevent a low level of humidity in the dwelling by activating low ventilation at low outdoor temperatures.
|Enables you to control the operation of the unit in accordance with the room temperature.
|You can set the unit to operate in summer or winter mode.
|You can choose from more than 10 languages in the control panel.
|The menu in the control panel is divided into 3 user levels: User/Installer/Factory.
|User selection 1
|Enables you to override the operating mode via an external potential free signal.
|Electrical after-heating element
|An electrical after-heating element allows you to control the supply air temperature. In this way the unit can help heat the dwelling.
|Water after-heating element
|A water after-heating element allows you to control the supply air temperature. In this way the unit can help heat the dwelling.
|In order to protect a potential water after-heating element against frost damage, the unit will stop and display an alarm if the temperature in the water after-heating element becomes too low.
|Stepless setting of four fan speed levels. The supply air and the extract air can be set individually.
|Based on temperature, this automatic function de-ices the counterflow heat exchanger if ice has formed within it.
|Safety function that will cause the ventilation unit to stop if the heating system for the dwelling fails. This will prevent the unit from cooling the dwelling even further.
|The ventilation unit can control an external heat supply in accordance with the current room temperature.
|External fire automation system
|You can connect the ventilation unit to an external fire automation system or to a fire thermostat. This will signal to the unit whether to stop or continue operation.
|Integral fire automation system
|The ventilation unit is available with an integral fire automation system that can control fire and smoke dampers.
|Pressure control regulator
|You can install a pressure sustaining regulator on the side of both the extract air and the supply air.
|You can activate a delayed start-up of the fans if you install, for instance, a shut-off damper.
|You can save the current settings and subsequently restore them if, for instance, the user has altered the settings on the unit. You can also reinstall the default settings.
|Different functions can be tested manually.
|Energy saving function
|You can activate a power saving function of the operation.
|You can set the Modbus address of the unit. The default setting is 30.
|It is possible to log the operational data of the unit every 1 - 120 min. Alarms are logged when they occur.
|You can choose from 2 different images for the main screen.