Designed specifically for LoadMatch Systems, these all-in-one controls are pre-programmed and require little or no additional configuration to make your system ready to operate.
You'll find them versatile, too. All LoadMatch Thermostats are available in BACnet, Echelon-Lontalk and non-communicating versions for use with virtually any building system. In addition, you can order fan coil models with relative humidity (RH) sensors to provide local dehumidification with reheat capability, for the ultimate in comfort and efficiency.
Taco LoadMatch Thermostat features include:
Preprogrammed and LoadMatch ready
Familiar thermostat look and interface
Large backlit display and clear function buttons
Available in stand-alone and network versions
Hinged design with removable terminal blocks for easy installation
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Question: What are the ZC and ZR terminals on the SR506 Switching Relay and how are they used?
Answer: ZC/ZR terminals on the Switching Relay board go to ZC/ZR terminals on the triple aquastat with ZC/ZR terminals, using minimum 14 gauge wires. These terminals will prioritize domestic water coil. When there is a demand for heat from the thermostat, ZR becomes hot, sending 120 volts to the triple aquastat. When the boiler temperature rises above the minimum temperature setting (typically 140°), ZC becomes hot, sending 120 volts to the SR board and powering the relay for the circulators. To recap, the circulators cannot run until the boiler is keeping up with demand.
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