HeatPumPro Zoning Control Panel


Universal Zoning Control

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HeatPumPro® offers the latest in zoning control technology with its built-in staging and software-based programming. The technology is the easiest and most cost-effective way of getting the maximum efficiency out of heat pump systems. The custom defaults are stored in memory so it is possible to commission this system with the touch of a button. HeatPumPro is an approved integrated heat pump control for the Mass Save program.

While the HeatPumPro was originally designed specifically for heat pump applications, the flexibility of the software has made it possible to use it with other heating and cooling systems, such as a heat pump with electric backup, conventional, and dual fuel. Even single-stage equipment can be zoned, because the HeatPumPro only needs to be reprogrammed when the system is upgraded, not replaced.

The HeatPumPro is perfect for both new construction and retrofit applications, offering the most versatile, cost-effective zoning system in the industry.


Spec Sheet

Installation Manual

Item ID Item Description
PAN-HPP02 HeatPumPro® 2-zone panel
PAN-HPP03 HeatPumPro® 3-zone panel
PAN-HPP04 HeatPumPro® 4-zone panel


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  • Residential & light commercial four zones or less
  • Single or multi-stage equipment
  • Variable speed
  • Furnace
  • Air conditioner
  • Heat pump
  • Dual fuel


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  • Independent blower & compressor staging
  • Outdoor Air Temperature (OAT) sensor
  • Leaving Air Temperature (LAT) sensor
  • LCD display
  • Zone weight percentage
  • Replaceable fuse protection
  • Easy to use lever style terminals
  • Manual pump switch opens all dampers for testing


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Frequently Asked Questions

No, the HeatPumPro is Arzel’s recommended panel for most applications. The HeatPumPro can be used on any forced air single-stage, furnace, A/C, dual fuel, fossil fuel, geothermal system and is the best control for variable speed equipment.

If you want access to emergency heat using the system’s heat pump, you will need a heat pump thermostat in zone one. Otherwise, emergency heat would be controlled by the HeatPumPro when using a heat/cool thermostat.

Yes, however, when installing on standard heat/cool systems, the sensor is not required to go outside.