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Advanced Mod Con Controls
Just curious - are many folks using advanced controls like indoor feedback for their mod con boilers?
I will be replacing my boiler soon, and have been wondering if it would be at all worthwhile to look into advanced control systems like those available from Tekmar (for example the tN2 400 or 401). It seems like indoor feedback, combined with zone synchronization, etc, could make for a really good system. I understand one can get most of the way there with a tight ODR curve alone, but at that point you're mostly unable to change the indoor temperature (that's kind of the point). I realize that a "set it and forget it" strategy may well be the most efficient way to go, but I would like the ability to set the temp up or down some without overly long recovery times (I have finned baseboard, so in theory it should be possible to recover reasonably quickly).
Thanks for your thoughts!