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Video tutorial TFT Wifi
To learn how to start the thermostat for the first time and how to pair it with the mobile application, see the new video on our Youtube channel.
Simple design of TFT Wifi thermostat can be easily combined with different types of switches
Fenix’s best-selling thermostat has long been the very popular Fenix TFT with a colour touch screen, which was introduced back in 2012. The requirements of users are ever-changing, however, and the demand for a simple but smart device for electric heating regulation has been steadily increasing. It was a logical step to commence the development of a new type, the Fenix TFT Wifi.
In 2012 our company began selling the TFT touchscreen thermostat (Touch Fenix Thermostat). This thermostat, specially developed to control electric heating systems, has gradually become the best-selling thermostat produced by the whole FENIX GROUP.
Our range of wireless products has recently been extended to include the V24-WiFi central unit. The new unit enables easy connection to the home WiFi network, thus giving the user the option of remotely controlling their heating system using appliances which are connected to the Internet.
Heating cable for semi-storage heating
Heating cables in a layer of thermally conductive material (anhydrite, concrete…). They are easy to install, even in surfaces with a complicated shape. They are particularly suitable for use as main heating systems.
Heating mats for semi-storage heating
Heating mats in a layer of thermally conductive material (anhydrite, concrete…). They are typically easy and fast to install, and they are particularly suitable for use as main heating systems.
The growing demand of our customers for a regulation system allowing the central control of electric heating, which would offer comfortable and intuitive control alongside the possibility of extending the system without the need to alter the installed equipment, led our company to establish cooperation with a French company involved in the development of regulation systems.

Buildings as active elements of the energy system

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