Autonomy Tables

02 General Characteristics

  • Metal box with grounding.
  • Central illuminated ON-OFF switch.
  • Central safety 6A.
  • Separate fuses for burner, circulator, electric valves and thermostats.
  • Function indicators for each partition.
  • Diode command receptors 1N4007 (DS, D, Δ / 2K, Δ / 3Κ).
  • Relay command receptors 10A (R, K).
  • Output relay 10A for burner and circulator (R, DS, D).
  • Separate output relay 10A for burner and circulators (D / 2K, Δ / 3K, K).
  • Operating voltage 230 V AC.
  • Contact magnet relay 10A.
  • Inlet and outlet connection terminal type with 2.5 mm gap.
  • Autonomy tables with R code are relay panels for each compartment (solenoid) and a central relay for burner and circulator. In these tables the last electromagnetic valve remains open or not.
  • DS autonomy panels are dashboards for each compartment (electrovalve) and a central relay for a burner and a circulator. In these tables the last electrovalve is not open.
  • D-code autonomous panels are dowelboards for each compartment (solenoid) and a central relay for a burner and a circulator. In these tables the last electromagnetic valve remains open or not.
  • Autonomy tables with D / 2K code are tables serving two different pump networks. They have a passage for each compartment (solenoid) and separate relay for burner and circulators. In these tables the last electromagnets with the respective circulator remain open or not.
  • Autonomy tables with code Δ / 3K are tables serving three different circulation pump networks. They have a passage for each compartment (solenoid) and separate relay for burner and circulators. In these tables the last electromagnets with the respective circulator remain open or not.
  • K-type autonomous tables are tables that serve autonomous installations from two to twelve circulators with non-return valves. They have a relay for each compartment (space thermostat) and separate relays for burner and circulators. In these tables the last circulator remains open.