Microprocessor- controlled valve
The three-way mixing valve is a microprocessor-controlled valve designed to regulate the temperature of the water supply in a radiant hating and cooling system by modulating the position of the valve. Available in 3/4-inch and 1-inch sizes, it is a complete, low-cost, packaged valve controller that permits easy configuration via dip switches in the side of the unit, with no display or menus to manipulate. Control features include outdoor temperature reset; optional boiler protection, fixed setpoint control and manual operation; warm-weather shutdown; adjustable heating curve; and low voltage. Uponor.