Wi-Fi system provides control of Toshiba air conditioning via PC, tablet or smart phone

Published:  07 October, 2015

Toshiba, air conditioning, control, Wi-Fi

Toshiba’s IntesisHome network controller is Wi-Fi based and enables its air-conditioning units to be controlled using a desk-top PC, tablet or smart phone. This controller can be used with all Toshiba indoor units using infra-red remote controllers, and light-commercial and VRF indoor models. Settings and operating modes can be changed.

Equipped with a learning mode, these controllers can identify all Toshiba air-conditioning systems in a building automatically. Control capabilities include on-off, mode, set temperature, room temperature, fan speed and some louvre functions.

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