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Heat Mat TPS30 Thermostat

Heat Mat has announced the release of their infrared temperature sensor for use with the TPS30 thermostat. This technological breakthrough allows the average surface floor temperature to be measured over a large area and is a first in the world of underfloor heating.

The use of their infrared sensor can simplify the installation of Heat Mat systems as there is no requirement to embed an external floor temperature sensor. The system also provides flexibility compared to the placement of the hard wired sensor as it can be installed up to 25m away from the thermostat.

The sensor is particularly relevant to underfloor heating systems used beneath laminate, wooden and vinyl floor coverings, where the suppliers of these systems often advise the maximum safe floor surface temperature. Ordinary floor temperature sensors simply measure the temperature beneath the floor surface, and this can vary by as much as 10ºC from the floor surface itself in with these floor coverings.

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