This diploma thesis discusses how the authors adapted and optimised the regulation of water circulation within the central components of the selected heating system. In order to adapt the regulation to the needs and demands of consumers, the authors employed the microcontroller board Arduino Mega 2560 which is based on open-source software. This board was selected due to its reasonable price, simplified programming language and a large amount of online material discussing the programming and the interconnection between the electronic elements within the board selected.
The first part of the thesis discusses the original regulation and the disadvantages that were supposed to be eradicated via the method selected. The continuation discusses the desired method of the new system of regulation. This is followed by the description of the employed hardware. The thesis also describes the Arduino platform and the source code written in the programming language that was especially adapted to the microcontroller board selected. The last part of the thesis discusses the final manufacturing and the installation of the unit under consideration. The complete unit, the hardware and the software were all manufactured by the authors of this thesis.