Fujitsu adds network control to VRF systems

Published:  10 August, 2004

Fujitsu has introduced a network controller for its VRF air-conditioning systems. It provides control of existing split systems and enables new centralised systems to be more easily designed. Split systems can be managed from a central remote controller or PC to provide, for example, central on/off control, master control, and temperature and fan control.

Fujitsu’s VRF system can operate up to 16 indoor units on a single branch network. For larger installations, it is possible to control up to 100 refrigeration circuits, with up to 400 indoor units, on one transmission network.

martin@fujitsu-general.co.uk



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