The Creda Aluminium Radiator has been designed and developed by our in-house team of experts to bring you the best in advanced technology and give you maximum control of your heating.
In the fast-paced world of today it's not always easy to remember to turn your heating on or off when needed, but with the Creda Aluminium Radiator you don't have to. Adapting to suit your environment and lifestyle, the Creda Aluminium Radiator does the thinking for you. Simply choose your preferred time and temperature and let it do the rest.
It's the clever thinking of the Creda Aluminium Radiator that optimises efficient energy usage and ensures your room is heated to the right temperature at the right time, all year round.
This heater features the CapSense controller; providing a more intuitive user experience with its backlit LCD display and touch-sensitive buttons.
Adaptive Start pre-heats the room ahead of a programmed heating schedule for only exactly the amount of time required to meet the desired target temperature at the desired time. For example, if the product was following a timer which was set to 21 degrees at 7am, with Adaptive Start the product will begin heating before 7am to achieve 21 degrees at 7am. Without Adaptive Start the heater will only begin heating at 7am.
Open Window detection monitors the room temperature while the heater attempts to achieve a desired room temperature. If the room temperature does not change or decreases while heat is being emitted; the product will stop heating and enter a standby mode in order to not waste energy.
This radiator complies with Lot 20 of ERP Directive
Digitally controlled, Electronic Timer modes: 7-Day programmable timer with 4 programmable slots per day, Offering pre-set programmes, comfort and setback temperature selection. Additional settings include holiday mode, control lock, open window detection
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Compact, stainless steel cartridge element with integrated overheat fuselink