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The brushless electric motor is composed by a rotor having permanent magnets, whose magnetic fields interact with the ones producedby the stator winding.The transfer of current isno longer by mechanical commutation (sliding contacts) but by an electronic commutation system: one electronic controller (inverter) powers the motor’s stator and generates rotating magnetic fields, that determine the

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EDCL

Microprocessor control, built-in the unit, designed for water terminal units equipped with Brushless motors (EST Inverter Technology): SV, SV/AF, PV, PV/AF, SVR.It permits to control the type of ventilation (fan thermostated or fan continuously running) the fan speeds (0-10V or Auto), SUMMER/WINTER switch and room temperature thermostat.

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EDCR

Microprocessor control, for “on wall” installation, designed for water terminal units equipped with Brushless motors (EST Inverter Technology): SV, SV/AF, PV, PV/AF, SVR.It permits to control the type of ventilation (fan thermostated or fan continuously running) the fan speeds (0-10V or Auto), SUMMER/WINTER switch and room temperature thermostat.

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EST UCS

The brushless electric motor is composed by a rotor having permanent magnets, whosemagnetic fields interact with the ones producedby the stator winding.The transfer of current isno longer by mechanical commutation (sliding contacts) but by an electronic commutation system: one electronic controller (inverter) powers the motor’s stator and generates rotating magnetic fields, that determine the rotor’s