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FHT 8V Valve Actuator

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Replace existing thermostat head without draining or bleeding the water, and transform you room into a Heating Zone. Work in conjunction with the FHT 80b Wall Thermostat.

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View FileFHT 8V Owner's Manual    Size: (1.03 MB)
View FileTRV Compatibility Chart    Size: (3.9 MB) Use this chart to determine if you need additional adapters for our actuators.

Additional Information

Description - Easy assembly without tools, having to drain any water or intervene in the heating system: fits Radiator valves (M30 x 1.5) of many major manufacturers;
- Uses adaptive control to determine any valve’s closed position; also eliminates the hydraulic balancing of the radiator through optional valve limiting position;
- The digital display provides information on the valve setting (% opening), radio reception and battery status;
- The FHT 8V Actuator can be used only in conjunction with the FHT 80b Wall Thermostat; direct teaching of the actuator into the HomeMatic Central Control Unit is not possible;
- Quiet and soft operation due to battery-powered mechanism;
- Automatic limescale protection thanks to regular opening and closing of the valves (programmed through the FHT 80b Wall Thermostat;
- Once installed, the low-power technology allows a battery life (under typical use conditions) of up to 2 years!
- Visual and Audible warning produced when batteries are low / need replacing; if batteries are exhausted, a manual pin located inside the battery compartment allows manual operation.

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