Mitsubishi offers fingertip control of air conditioning

Mitsubishi touchscreen controller
Mitsubishi Electric’s latest touchscreen controller can control up to 50 indoor air-conditioning units.
Mitsubishi Electric’s latest touch-screen centralised controller can control up to 50 indoor units on an air-conditioning system. The AG150 has a 23 cm 800 x 600 pixel touch-screen display, and the G50 WebPages are available with it. The unit can also control and monitor third-party equipment with the popular PAC-YG6**CA M-NET interfaces and offers common inputs/outputs to most BEMS and interface with fire-alarm systems. Several new control features allow advanced annual scheduling, and the energy used for each system can be calculated. The refrigerant-status check function can be activated (with the new YHM City Multi range). A secure Internet connection is available for remote control and monitoring and to receive e-mails about faults. Features to be added include advanced energy-monitoring options, optimised start, advanced night setback and automatic setpoint adjustment. The graphical interface can import AutoCAD drawings and bitmap pictures from a USB memory stick.
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