Mitsubishi takes control demonstrator to customers’ premises

BMS, controls, Mitsubishi Electric
Demonstrating the power of air-conditioning controls — Mitsubishi Electric’s mobile display unit.

Mitsubishi Electric has developed a mobile display unit to present its range of air-conditioning controls at customers’ premises. The display includes all the company’s most popular control systems from the M2M platform, which allows customers to integrate multiple sites into one network, to the AG150 touchscreen controller with web-server capabilities and energy-meter interfaces showing operators the full potential of energy monitoring.

‘We have developed this display so that we can easily demonstrate to customers how effective control of their air-conditioning system can help to lower energy use,’ explains Mitsubishi Electrics controls expert Sebastien Desmottes.

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