GEYSERWISE Delta T Geyser Controller Kit, Electronic Thermostat, Programmable Timer for Pumped Solar Geyser (220V Pump)

R 1,259.00

GEYSERWISE Delta T can be used to optimise the operation of your pumped solar geyser (220V pump). Provides full control over your energy consumption.

  • Provides clear readings of water temperature, time, day, heating mode and malfunction conditions
  • Water can be heated automatically or manually
  • Simply set up to 4 different temperature settings between 30°C and 65°C (factory setting of 55°C)
  • Programmable timer with 4 x time setting that can be set daily
  • Equipped with a mechanical thermal cut out at 90°C & notifies you of error conditions

Based in Cape Town & started in 2004 by Meinhard Fourie, Geyserwise found a need in the market for measuring, managing and minimising electrical consumption of the everyday residential electric geyser. An electric geyser represents about 40% of the power consumption of an average South African household: Geyserwise products enable tangible savings of hundreds of rands every month. Geyserwise products can also optimise the operation of solar geysers. All products are designed and manufactured in South Africa using durable materials.

Technical specifications:

  • Operating voltage: 230VAC/ 50Hz
  • Main relay contact rating: 20AMP (max 4kW)
  • Secondary relays pump and solenoid: 5Amp
  • Operating voltage range: 160V - 250V AC
  • Temperature display range: 0 - 200°C
  • High-temperature warning: 85°C
  • Temperature setting range: 30 - 65°C (heating water electrically)
  • Dry heat detection: Empty cylinder
  • Temperature tolerance: ± 2%
  • Temperature differential setting: 1°C
  • Switching differential temperature: 6°C
  • Solar differential setting range: 7°C - 15°C
  • Temperature probe range for geyser: -30 to + 130°C
  • Temperature probe range for collector: -30 to + 260°C
  • Collector antifreeze protection setting range: 0 - 10°C

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