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Tecnologie ad alta efficienza pensate per l'industria

Per ottimizzare gli impianti industriali con l'obiettivo di ridurre l'impatto ambientale e migliorare costantemente la capacità produttiva, sono necessari investimenti mirati. Questi investimenti...

Sustainable system solutions for industry

Industry accounts for 45% of global energy consumption and therefore a large part of greenhouse gas emissions. To achieve a 45% reduction in emissions by 2030 and reach the net-zero objective by...

Driving decarbonisation with CAREL’s solutions for smart buildings

The European Green Deal represents the main direction that Europe has taken to achieve complete decarbonisation of its economy. As part of this ambitious initiative, intermediate targets have been...

Green industries

The recent official announcement on the phase-down of HFCs by the European Council and Parliament is aimed at strictly limiting the use of fluorinated gases, so as to reduce their emissions into...

Solutions for Ventilation in Residential and Commercial applications

Every one of us breathes over 12,000 litres of air per day, mainly in indoor environments such as homes, workplaces, places of education and leisure. The recent pandemic has focused the attention...

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Discover the new programming landmark The world of programming is experiencing an unprecedented revolution, driven by constant evolution of the technologies and skills required. In the...

Solutions for heat pumps applications

Heat pumps are a mature and consolidated technology for efficiently heating residential and commercial buildings and producing domestic hot water.  However, to make this apparently simple...
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The wireless rTM Plug and Switch devices are part of the rTM system. These modules have the same features and are proposed with different electrical connections for adaptation to specific requirements. They comprise an energy meter and a control relay that can handle up to 2.5 kW single-phase electrical loads. 
These devices are installed between a normal 230 Vac power socket and the load being controlled. After having bound the device to a CAREL wireless network, the relay can be controlled via a remote wireless connection in on/off mode, and instant power consumption of the connected appliance can be measured.