Mitsubishi adds more features to lower-end web-based control

Mitsubishi Electric, air conditioning, control

Mitsubishi Electric has launched a replacement for its ‘baby’ GB-50 web-based air-conditioning controller. The GB50ADA offers high-level control and energy-monitoring capabilities. It is aimed at the more cost and environmentally conscious end users and offers much of the functionality previously only available in the more advanced touch-screen AG150A controller — but at a significantly lower price.

This new controller is compatible with the company’s full range of air-conditioning products. It supports Windows 7 and can control up to 50 indoor units or groups.

Support for third-party pulse meters enables other building services to be monitored in real time.

Advanced annual scheduling provided separate settings for Summer and Winter. Fan speed and air direction can also be set.

Other features include self-learning optimum start, status check of the volume of refrigerant gas, night setback and interlocking control with related third-party equipment.

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