The exodraft EW 41 remote control is used to regulate chimney fans with fireplaces that use solid fuels for example fireplaces or stoves. The chimney fan can be turned on and off and the speed can be regulated using the EW41 control panel. The control panel stores the last settings and you can read consumption data directly from the display.
The temperature sensor automatically monitors the systems operation and protects against capacity overload should there be any errors. If the fireplace is lit without first turning on the EW41 control, the system will start by itself.
If the hearth is cold, the chimney fan automatically turns off, so that the heat is not sucked out of the apartment.
Trouble-free lighting thanks to the Auto Boost feature
Once the EW41 control has been started it will run at maximum speed for seven minutes. This reduces the heating phase and the fire is ignited faster.
Help during refueling
When the fire is low, the control sends a signal to refuel. When you refuel and activate the control panel, the chimney fan will run at maximum speed for three minutes.
This prevents the smoke from entering the room and at the same time the new fuel will ignite faster.
The control panel monitors the performance of the chimney fan and triggers an alarm when:
the maintenance switch is off
the power supply to the chimney fan is interrupted
it is disconnected from the control box
there is a risk of a chimney fire due to an increased chimney temperature.
The EW41 uses radio waves (Z-Wave), this provides a unique safety and reliability feature as all instructions have to be confirmed.