Danfoss 102E7 - Wiring Issue, Can you help?

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  1. VikasShah

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    Hi,

    We have a customer who has an apartment with a Danfoss 102E7 controller for their heating/water system. The unit controls a number of electric panel heaters through thermostats around the apartment. A few of these (heaters) have come to end of life, and they want to replace with 2 x new ones, but the new ones they are looking at have their own built-in thermostats and controls.

    Is there a way to 'bypass' the 102E7 such that the power is delivered permanently? or- indeed- have you fitted heaters with their own thermostat to the danfoss controller?

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    Are the heaters switched from the 102E7, or through relays switched by the programmer?
     
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    The programmer controls a panel of Schneider Electric ICT 25A contactors.
     
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    An electrician will be able to modify the relevant contactors for you so you can use the built in controls.
     
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