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Your radiant comfort system — Pt. 3

It is entirely possible to have each room as an individual zone Computer-based control systems that uses the Internet have become more available The installation will require the setting of remote temperature, humidity and other sensors If cable reliability is a problem it may be necessary to modify the control’s programming logic It is possible to downsize the physical plant required for melting snow because of the ability to take a slab out of “off” mode and place it in an “idle” condition in anticipation of snowfall occurring in the near future My point with this series of articles is to point out that your options

In last month’s column, we discussed individual zoning controls. We continue the discussion this month.

As previously discussed, it is entirely possible to have each room as an individual zone if the customer’s needs dictate it and the budget is taken into consideration. There is a new class of control systems making its debut into the residential and light commercial arena. Although this control system has been proven in the commercial and industrial markets, it is fairly

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