The heating regulator H10 for underfloor heating allows for individual room control and is very versatile due to its modular
concept. The base module fits up to 10 thermo-electric actuators for underfloor heating to be connected to your smart
Optional add-on modules offer controlling of circulation pumps, the detection of forward and return temperatures for advanced control algorithms, the generation of heat requirement notifications to conventional boilers, and connecting existing room thermostats. It goes without saying that includes communicating with Zigbee thermostats and temperature sensors. Available in 24V and 230V version.
Advanced Zigbee thermal regulator for floor
Modular design – perfectly suited for adapting to customer’s heating infrastructure with following devices: Thermostat interface, heating/cooling demand module, sensor interface and pump control.
Base module H10-B for direct drive of thermoelectric radiator valves: either 10 heating or cooling zones (one valve control output per zone, two-pipe system); or 5 heating and cooling zones (two valve control outputs per zone, four-pipe system); advanced PI control loop to determine heating demand and cooling demand; features a real-time clock with back-up battery for autonomous schedules; works with temperature, occupancy or combined environmental sensors, both “classic” and energy-harvesting Zigbee green power sensors.
Can work in conjunction with other thermostats in a leader/follower setup.
Compatible with Legrand’s in-wall thermostat UI Model No. 0 663 40.
Different operating modes: Under normal operating conditions thermostat set-points, occupancy information and temperature readings are used for closed-loop control of the temperature; When sensor reports are missing the device enters back-up mode and applies default valve opening values with different pre-sets for summer and winter seasons; Automatic temperature regulation of the built-in thermostat can be overruled by setting arbitrary steering values per valve output, e.g. 10%, 50% or 100% using zigbee level steering; Pass-through mode allows legacy wired in-wall thermostats to control valve outputs, i.e. the valve behaves like it was directly wired to the legacy thermostat; Manual mode allows valve control using a button (bypassing valve settings determined by either the Zigbee thermostat, legacy thermostats, or Zigbee level steering).
H10-230B and H10-24V employ staggered switching of valves to spread excessive valve turn-on currents over a time.
230V-version: 230V~, 50Hz
Max. Switching Capacity
24V version: 5W per output
230V version: 10VA per output
DIN rail installation.
Suitable for mounting on DIN rails in heating distributors.
Certifications and Environmental Contributions
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Installation and assembly should only be carried out by a qualified electrician. There is risk of electric shock. Electric shock can lead to death. Opening the device or other device manipulations voids the warranty.
Note regarding Philips hue
Although the Philips hue bridge / App currently supports the Zigbee 3.0 standard, not all device types are displayed in the hue app. Currently only the ubisys D1 (-R) can be controlled with the hue app – but not the products S1 (-R), S2 (-R) and J1 (-R). When and to what extent the hue app will support other ubisys products is beyond our knowledge. The ubisys Gateway G1 and the components C4, D1 (-R), S1 (-R) and S2 (-R) can control Philips hue bulbs though.