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Wireless Universal Thermostat

Universal connectivity for all boiler manufacturers

Operate all boilers, regardless of make, model, or bus protocol, with the new universal wireless thermostat

To further add to its suite of smart devices and technologies for connected boiler control, Vericon Systems has launched its new wireless heating thermostat, providing a smart, yet simple way to control and manage the temperature in your property.

Universal Compatibility

When connected to BCM:Connect, Vericon’s intelligent device designed to monitor housing stock in real time, the thermostat can be used to operate with all boiler manufacturers, regardless of the make, model or even bus protocol, believed to be the only thermostat on the UK market with universal compatibly.  

 

The thermostat is also fully Boiler Plus compliant, as well as being CE, ROHS and RED approved.

Universal Compatibility

Power-off sensing and remote fault reset

Real time manufacturer fault code alerts

Interrupted gas supply sensing

Heating temperature settings

System low pressure warnings

Weather compensation and Boiler Plus compliance

Usage insights

Burst pipe monitoring

Frozen pipe monitoring

Property access aid

Especially designed for Housing Associations and those with direct responsibility for their tenants’ welfare, BCM:Connect records and sends intelligent performance data to the cloud or management system, such as Vericon’s VS:Connect, where it can be interrogated and analysed to predict and identify common failures such as low pressure, loss of gas and even a frozen condensate pipe.  Through deep integration with external sensors the device also has the ability to report environmental concerns such as damp and mould.

BCM:Connect enables boilers to be tested and managed remotely, without the cost of an engineer attending site. Boilers can be limited and reset remotely, and there is also the ability to remotely alter the heating temperature.

 

Vericon’s BCM:Connect, along with its family of associated heating and hot water monitoring devices, detect a range of activities that, in turn, simplify maintenance, reduce costs and greatly increase the likelihood of a first time fix being achieved, ultimately enabling landlords to provide a comprehensive and reliable onward service to their tenants:

As a fully wireless device, the thermostat is easy to install in under 10 minutes. It requires no specialist knowledge or tools, and can be either wall mounted or stand alone. Once up and running, the device can be programmed to create and run a seven-day schedule, using any or a combination of the three modes:

Manual mode – manually adjust the temperature in your property by simply using the thermostat’s rotary dial or remote control to adjust the temperature settings

Programmed mode – this mode allows the temperature to be set in intervals of time. To do this, simply press and hold the P button for three seconds, set the time for the first setting (in 15-minute intervals) and press P, set the temperature and press P, and then repeat for each interval and for each day of the week

Holiday mode – to help save energy and reduce costs while away from the property on a short break or holiday, this mode enables you to set the temperature in the property while away and for when you return.

 

Modes can simply be changed by pressing the M button. The thermostat allows for four programmable actions per day, these can be set to turn the heating on and off up to twice per day.

Smart and simple temperature control

The VS:Connect Portal

VS:Connect is a highly secure cloud-based data processing and machine learning hub at the heart of all of Vericon Systems’ solutions. Encrypted Data from Vericon’s automated testing technologies is gathered, interrogated and converted into simple to action alerts and charts providing a wealth of useful information with which landlords can make quick and effective data driven decisions.

 

VS:Connect also analyses engineer reports to understand the causality of initial alerts. In the future, the system will not only look for correlations in data fluctuations but also be able to indicate the actual fault and detail the parts required to affect a repair.

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