How the DROP/VOLCANO model differs from DROPplus/VOLCANOplus?
DROPplus and VOLCANOplus models have additional air temperature sensor installed. So you can switch between water (radiator) temperature control and air temperature control in a bathroom. Switching occurs by holding the knob pressed down for minimum 3 seconds. In the air temperature adjustment mode, the heater signals operation in orange (in the water temperature control mode – in red).
What is the difference between the DROP model and the VOLCANO model?
The DROP and VOLCANO heaters differ only in the shape of the casing. Similarly, the DROPplus and VOLCANOplus models – only the shape of the casing is different.
What is the Boost mode?
Turbo mode means the possibility of activating the full heating for 1, 2 or 3 hours. After pressing the knob (1, 2 or 3 times respectively) Boost is turned on and for a given time (1, 2 or 3 hours) the water temperature in the radiator will be kept at about 65 degrees.
What is the water presence test?
The function of water presence test prevents the heater from running without water, which would damage the thermal fuse. Every time the heater is connected for the first time, the microprocessor checks whether the heating element is immersed in water. The test takes about 2 minutes (the red light flashes quickly). If the processor detects no water in radiator, the blue LED lights up and the heater will not start. Disconnect the heater from the power supply, top up the water level and turn on the heater again. The water presence test will be performed again and the heater will go into normal operation.
Can I order just one heater with you?
Please contact us. We will give you contact to the nearest distributor in your country.
Where is the air temperature sensor in the heater?
The air temperature sensor on the DROPplus and VOLCANOplus models is mounted on the electronics board from the back of the casing. The sensor is specially isolated from the inside of the housing (electronics board), and the wall of the heater casing at the sensor mounting location is correspondingly thinner. All this so that the reception of the ambient temperature is correct.