Optimal matching of the control behaviour to the high efficiency pump and the heat exchanger guarantees perfect stabilisation of the outlet temperature regardless of flow changes. Uniform and interchangeable G3/4“ connections reduce the assembly effort.
Simple regulation of
The UVR67 offers
Universal controller - the x2-series
Whenever there’s talk about “universal controllers”, the topic is almost always our flagship, the UVR16x2. Many further variations have been released throughout the years. A DC-version, a variant with a 24V-output or an M-Bus interface, as well as extension modules with LAN, KNX and Modbus interfaces. All x2 devices run on the same in-house-developed operating system “x2 tech” and are therefore programmed and compatible in a unified manner.
The term “universal” not just refers to functionality, but also to structural makeup of our controllers. You will therefore find a suitable controller in the right casing (or without any casing, only a circuit board) for your application. Mounted in a control cabinet or on a boiler control panel, as a circuit board with or without integrated processing unit or the “classic” console to be mounted on a wall.
Extensions & interfaces
Expand your inputs and outputs via the CAN bus, auxiliary relays or extension modules via DL bus. The CAN-BC2 offers an interface for KNX, Modbus or M-Bus.
Furthermore, three-phase energy meters are available for currents of up to 300 A, fill level sensors, signal converters, immersion heaters or an entire DHW preparation unit.
Building technology, intelligently regulated
Thermal solar systems had their first spike in popularity in the late 80’s. However, technicians and end users alike struggled with the usually overpriced and unreliable controllers. Ing. Kurt Fichtenbauer faced this problem together with a colleague and began developing his own solar system controller, in his own garage at first. Reliable, easy to operate and at a good price-performance ratio, these controllers quickly gained popularity.
Technicians with heart and soul
Today, DI Andreas Schneider runs the Technische Alternative, together with founder Kurt Fichtenbauer. The principles of product development haven’t changed. We develop reliable and universally deployable controllers, extensions and accessories for the entirety of building technology at fair prices.
Manufacturer-independent and flexible control of all energy-related components of building automation:
From an idea to serial production
Every device is developed and produced in our company’s site in northern Lower Austria, from an idea, to prototypes and finally to a finished product. All related software is also developed in-house, for programming and visualizations. Our own SMD assembly line guarantees high flexibility and quality from individual pieces up to serial production.
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