Fan Coil Thermostats
Fan coil thermostats are a type of thermostat that are specifically designed to control the temperature in fan coil units, which are commonly used in commercial and multi-unit residential buildings. A fan coil unit is a heating and cooling device that consists of a fan and a coil, and is typically installed in a wall or ceiling. The fan is used to circulate air through the building, and the coil is used to heat or cool the air as it passes through.
A fan coil thermostat is typically installed near the fan coil unit and is connected to it through a series of wires. It is used to control the operation of the fan and the coil, and to adjust the temperature in the room. Some fan coil thermostats are simple and only allow for manual adjustments, while others are more advanced and have programmable scheduling and remote access capabilities.
Fan coil thermostats are widely used in commercial buildings such as office buildings, hotels, and apartment buildings because they offer precise temperature control and energy savings. They are also easy to install and maintain.