WiFi module Panasonic CZ-TAW1
Price without taxes: 4.473,63 €
"Discover the Aquarea High Performance All in One Generation K single-phase! This is the ultimate solution for your heating and cooling needs. With its outstanding energy efficiency, this unit ensures exceptional performance.
Imagine enjoying a COP of up to 5.33 in heating at 35 °C and an A+++ energy efficiency rating. It also features a variable speed water pump system with a class 'A' rating, allowing you to save energy without compromising comfort. Its stainless steel domestic hot water (DHW) tank with U-Vacua™ insulation panel ensures optimal performance with a DHW COP of up to 3.50.
Flexibility is key, and the Aquarea High Performance All in One delivers. Its compact size of 598 x 600 allows for easy installation in any space. Additionally, you'll have quick access to hydraulic parts, making maintenance a breeze. Don't worry about water quality! This unit comes with a built-in magnetic water filter to ensure clean and pure water.
Imagine enjoying unparalleled comfort even in extreme conditions. With its integrated auxiliary heating, you can maintain a pleasant temperature even at -25 °C. And no matter how cold it is outside, you'll get hot water at 60 °C, even with an outdoor temperature of -10 °C.
Control over your environment is crucial, which is why the Aquarea High Performance All in One offers an optimized interface and enhanced functions. With 2-zone control and bivalent control, you can adjust the unit to your specific needs.
And if you're a fan of connectivity, this unit has it all. You can opt for Aquarea Smart and Service Cloud for even more advanced control, as well as integration into building management system (BMS) projects.
In summary, the Aquarea High Performance All in One Generation K single-phase is the perfect companion to keep your home warm in winter and cool in summer. Don't wait any longer and get the maximum performance with this exceptional unit!"
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