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Dual Thermostats - Tell me it isn't so.
Greetings Control Pro's,
I've got an interesting challenge that I am sure someone has a solution for. Redoing an older home with new boiler and five new forced air units. Three of the zones have radiant ceiling heat. Since there is so little cost difference, we are using heat pumps for cooling and secondary heat source. One of the zones has such a small heat gain, we are forced to use a mini split heat pump with the compact ducted air handler.
The problem is, mini split units use proprietary thermostats because the inverter compressors.(Sometimes I think Mini-Split controls are a prank from the Japanese because they lost the war.) So how do I use one thermostat to control the radiant (via circulator relay) and the mini split unit?