The new Monterey panel heater range from Dimplex gives the classic metal radiator design a modern twist, with the addition of the high levels of control offered by today’s electronic panel heaters.
The Monterey range offers sophisticated control features and energy management options, making energy wastage a thing of the past and Part L compliance straightforward.
Available in a choice of five outputs from 500W to 2kW. The Monterey range provides 70% better circulation than traditional panel heaters which means the heat circulates into the room more quickly and efficiently. All models feature an advanced electronic thermostat accurate to +/- 0.3 degrees Celsius, so the room temperature is constantly monitored to minimise fluctuations in room temperature, maximise energy efficiency and user comfort.
The Monterey is also compatible with the Dimplex range of optional control programmers that simply plug in discreetly at the back of the heater, please see technical information for further details of our modules. Alternatively, there is a central control option using the Dimplex four-zone central programmer with either pilot wire or mains borne signalling.
But the Monterey is far from function over form. The subtle vertical contouring gently defines the shape and echoes timeless radiator design, while the white satin finish is classic but with a strong hint of a contemporary edge.
The Monterey is IPX4 rated for safe use in bathroom locations and is both CE and BEAB certified for peace of mind. It is Part L compliant and comes with a 2 year guarantee.
Provides the flexibility of complete system control from the convenience of a single point. Each zone can be individually configured with a custom 7 day time programme.
RX single zone programming cassettes allow multiple panel heaters to be controlled on a common time program, with slave heaters linked to a master via pilot wires or mains borne signalling.
Programmable 24 hour time control; panel heater can be configured to its own individual operating programme.
Allows multiple panel heaters to be controlled on a common time programme, with slave heaters linked to a master heater via pilot wire.
Allows the heater to operate only for a preset period of time each time the controller is activated.