Once the electrical circuit is installed, the installation of the radiator is very simple.
Define its location and use the right tools to do a neat job. The connection does not pose any particular problem. In the example opposite, the regulation of the temperature is done by pilot wire. If you opt for a powerline transmission (PLC), know that there are different communication languages. It is therefore preferable to choose its radiators from the same manufacturer to regulate the whole.
Use the bracket to locate the radiator. Here, basement wall moldings interfere with its fixation.
Cut the protruding moldings with a grinder or a saw. If you prefer to keep them, insert spacers to compensate for the thickness of the moldings.
Replace the bracket and locate the screws on the wall. Keep the device perfectly straight with a spirit level.
Drill the wall using wall plugs that match the nature of the stand (or those supplied with the unit) and secure the console securely.
Make the electrical connection behind the unit. First slide the cable outlet base and the trim plate onto the radiator cable.
Connect the power cables (blue and brown), the earth (yellow and green) and the pilot wire (black) if you have a regulation of this type.
Snap the cover onto the base of the wire outlet. If the wire is too long, you can shorten it or hold it behind the radiator with a nylon collar.
Gently place the radiator on the bracket. At the top, stirrups hold it in place using plastic pins.