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    EBC10v2 is an automatic control with a pressure transducer (XTP) for one boiler or other installations with one heat source.

    With the help of the XTP sensor, which is installed in the chimney, the low pressure is monitored and maintained by regulating the speed of the chimney fan.

    The control has input and output for one boiler.

    EBC10v2 also offers the possibility of an external entry point for a pressure switch or alarm sensor as well as the possibility of an alarm exit point for, for instance, a building management system.


    When the boiler or the heating system starts, a signal is sent to EBC10v2 which starts the chimney fan at full speed. When the control receives the signal that the desired chimney vacuum has been created, a signal is sent to start the boiler’s burner.

    The necessary chimney draught is therefore always guaranteed when you start the boiler, thus ensuring the best and most economical operating conditions.

    If the chimney draught falls below the required level, the speed of the chimney fan is adjusted until optimal draught conditions have been re-established.

    Dimension (H x W x D)175 x 175 x 100 mm
    Weight1.5 kg
    Density classIP 54
    Control range0 Pa – 150 Pa
    Voltage230 V AC, 50 Hz
    Max. Motor load.475 W
    Ambient temperature-20 ºC – +50 ºC
    MaterialABS PA758
    XTP sensor:EBC10v2
    Dimension (H x W x D)75 x 92 x 49 mm
    Ambient temperature 0 ºC – +50 ºC
    Max. Distance from EBC24100 m
    Density classIP 54
    Inputs Control:EBC10v2
    Digital inputs (D11)18 – 230 V AC/DC
    Pressure sensor, input (XTP)0 – 10 VDC, 20 mA
    Pressure switch, input (PDS)24 V DC, 20 mA
    Inputs Control:EBC10v2
    Digital outputs relay (DO1)250 V AC, 8A, AC3
    Motor control, supply voltage motor-3 %, 3A AC3
    Power supply with 24 V100 mA
    DC alarm output relay250 V AC, 8A AC3
    Control EBC10v2
    The EBC10v2 is an automatic control for chimney fans on boilers and large systems
    Posted by cst / Posted on 14 Apr
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