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  1. Flyingsparks
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    Flyingsparks Regular EF Member

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    Derbyshire
    Hi
    I am just designing a combined underfloor and radiator heating wiring system and am looking at using the Heatmiser low voltage networked stats and internet control.
    Has anyone used this kit before, is it easy to use, and most important of all , is it reliable ?
    Any comments about your experience with these controls would be appreciated.

    Jez
     
  2. a1guvner
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    a1guvner Electrician's Arms

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    Essex
    Not used the network stuff of theirs but have used lots of other products of theirs and never had a days trouble
     
  3. SX2
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    SX2 EF Member

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    Cornwall
    I had a brief intro to the network gear last year when we took over a job from a bankrupt contractor and found it to be a great bit of kit. the operation I found to be very easy using the touch screen we did not however connect it to the net so cannot comment on that one. assuming the reliability is like the rest of the heatmiser gear then you should have years of trouble free use.
     
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    Flyingsparks Regular EF Member

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    Derbyshire
    Thanks for the comments guys, sounds like this is reliable kit, so will recommend it to my client.
     
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