Panasonic advances the art of control

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This controller from Panasonic has an innovative interface that is easy to use and which offers full functionality with an integrated timer and system controller to manage heating and cooling systems. The digital screen and large, simple buttons of the CZ-64ESMC3 make it much easier to use, even for those without experience of heating and cooling systems.

It includes Panasonic’s schedule timer. The system can be adjusted for holidays, pausing operations for long periods of time so that energy is not wasted heating or cooling an empty building. Six operations a day can be programmed

The user can allocate up to 64 units into zones, and then divide the zones into groups, allowing them to control up ot 64 individual groups.

Settings within each group can then be controlled — such as operation mode, fan speed and airflow direction.

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