What is the difference between the NWPM and the NWPM Touch network cards for heat pumps?

Applicable to models:  NWPM, NWPM Touch


Example of an NWPM Card:

The NWPM card is designed to run on PCO3 and PCO5 heat pump controllers where the control screen looks like this:

The NWPM card offers local area network control of the heat pump via a web interface, as well as supporting Building Management System protocols such as Bacnet over IP, Modbus over IP etc.

Out of the box, the NWPM cards work with heat pumps running J or L revision software.

More info on the NWPM card is available on the Wiki here:


NWPM Touch

Example of an NWPM Touch card:

The NWPM Touch card is an evolution of the network card, to support the latest Touch screen heat pump controls which look like this and use version M software onward.

The NWPM Touch card no longer has an inbuilt web interface. In replacement of this, is a new app called Dimplex Home which runs on iOS and Android devices. This allows remote control over the heat pump via our Cloud service, even over the internet. More information on Dimplex Home can be found here:

This video also shows how to pair the NWPM Touch card with the Dimplex Home app:

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