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Topic # 198515 12-Jul-2016 11:33
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Hi all,


I got a second hand G4 DVS system that I would like to DIY install. I have installed an older G3 before.


It has a main fan unit and 2 Tempervent ceiling diffusers.


Each Tempervent has a power plug.


Do I plug both Tempervents into the Fan socket marked 'Air Warmer' using a power board (see below image)?




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Any help would be greatly appreciated.


Thank you



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  Reply # 1590264 12-Jul-2016 12:32
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Was discussing Tempervents with a DVS fella the other week. He said they install them by plugging them into a power board in the ceiling space. I would assume that was then into the 'Air Warmer' plug on the unit. The control panels don't yet support individual control of the units so he suggested getting a remote controlled multi plug and using that the turn them on and off individually :-/

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  Reply # 1590270 12-Jul-2016 12:45
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Powerstrips in the roof space? Ugh.


I know some people that have done that for more downlights since they all seem to come with a plug now. Seems so... wrong.


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