From the Conception to the Marketing of a New Automatic Control

Peter V. Nielsen, Erik Kildegaard, Jan Boel

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Abstract

From a historical viewpoint, product technology has developed via radiator thermostats, return thermostats and selfacting automatic temperature and pressure controls towards more integrated automatic control systems also including weather compensators, which offer benefits in the form of energy savings and improved comfort. As a continuation of this development, Danfoss has this year introduced a new electronic automatic control system, the RPS 2000, which deserves closer scrutiny.
Original languageDanish
Journaltf VVS '85
Pages (from-to)32-33
Number of pages2
Publication statusPublished - 1985

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Keywords

  • RTS 2000
  • Automatic control

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Nielsen, Peter V. ; Kildegaard, Erik ; Boel, Jan. / From the Conception to the Marketing of a New Automatic Control. In: tf VVS '85. 1985 ; pp. 32-33.
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From the Conception to the Marketing of a New Automatic Control. / Nielsen, Peter V.; Kildegaard, Erik; Boel, Jan.

In: tf VVS '85, 1985, p. 32-33.

Research output: Contribution to journalConference article in JournalResearchpeer-review

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