Panasonic and Schneider develop wireless interface

Published:  02 February, 2017

Panasonic and Schneider Electric have developed a wireless interface that enables direct serial communication between Schneider Electric’s SmartStruxure solution and room controllers with Panasonic’s VRF air-conditioning systems via the ZigBee wireless communication standard. This integration provides a view of all building systems — including HVAC equipment, lighting, security, power and electrical distribution — anywhere and at any time. via a single interface. it delivers actionable insights to reduce energy consumption and drive savings.

The solution can be wireless or wired. It takes full advantage of plug-and-play technology, which simplifies system configuration for extensive VRF systems.

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