Pulser - Temperature Control
Electronic temperature control
The Pulser is a single or two-phase temperature regulator for controlling heater batteries.
This device is connected in series between the mains and an electric heater. The Pulser has an integral regulator with an input terminal for a duct temperature sensor which is located in the supply air duct.
The integral sensor can be used when regulating room temperature. The power regulation is completely stepless thanks to what is known as time-proportional control, which means that the relationship between the 'on' and 'off' times is determined by the set temperature requirement. The total 'on' and 'off' time, or pulse period, is approximately 1 minute.