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Heating Technologies Presence sensor system
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Detecting when you need your heating comfort

The presence sensor system is a core component of Atlantic's energy saving technologiesPart of several complex Atlantic technologies and built on automatic electronic controls and sensors, our presence sensor system greatly helps achieve important energy savings and outstanding comfort.

Up to 35% energy savings
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Up to 45% energy savings
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It helps achieve important energy savings, compared to a mechanical convector, while creating the conditions of a perfect comfort. For instance:

  • With the smart pilot function you can expect up to 45% energy savings.
  • With the Sweetcontrol® technology you can expect up to 40% energy savings.
  • With the Ecoboost system you can expect up to 35% energy savings.
  • With the Ecodomo mode you can expect up to 20% energy savings.

« With Atlantic, cost and energy savings are now basic standards of our product lines! »

How does this work?

If your panel heater is fitted with the presence sensor system everything is done autonomously. This modern technology that integrates advanced electronic sensors for presence, takes care of your comfort without any human intervention!

Depending on which complex system it is part of (smart pilot function, Sweetcontrol® or Ecoboost technologies...), it's functioning can slightly vary, but the basic process is the same.

The presence sensor system step-by-step:

You leave the room.

After a certain amount of time, the temperature drops allowing energy savings (from 30 minutes to one hour depending on the technology involved). The Eco mode is active.

You come back to the room.

Immediate temperature return to set temperature (comfort mode).

Lucien, electric heating solutions specialist at Atlantic: «Depending on which complex technology it is part of, Atlantic's presence sensor system can help you achieve up to 45% energy savings compared to a mechanical convector! ».