ZoneTouch 3, a New Zone Controller

A new Touch Screen Zone Controller.

Just released, the new ZoneTouch version 3. ZoneTouch is a touch screen control system to let the homeowner with a ducted system vary the volume of conditioned air in different rooms of their home in 5% increments or turn rooms on and off. It is about keeping you and your family comfortable where they are in your house.

ZoneTouch 3 is designed to suit your homes style, with a choice of background/theme colours that you can match to your interior design. Just jump into the settings menu and select a theme you like.

The remote control for your zoning is already in your pocket with the ZoneTouch 3 app, letting you adjust the airflow over WiFi with your smartphone. As long as your touch screen is on the same WiFi network as your smartphone, it is easy to sync up and control.

ZoneTouch 3 App

ZoneTouch 3 is a zone controller only that controls the dampers and hence airflow in the ducted reverse cycle installation. For a system that can control the mode, set point, monitor temperatures as well as zoning, check out the AirTouch range.

Zoning Diagram

The benefit of zoning is that you can turn the air conditioning off in rooms not in use, so you can reduce the size of the ducted reverse cycle system that you need to install initially, and save on energy/running costs into the future. Learn more about this exciting new product here.

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