Rinnai water heaters interface with a BMS

Rinnai, water, heating, hot water, DHW

Rinnai’s Infinity continuous-flow condensing water heaters can now be integrated with building-management systems, bringing the prospect of high energy efficiencies for commercial buildings. Capabilities of the smart controller include on/off status and fault codes to facilitate first-time repair. The user can get a precise error code so the engineer will have available the correct parts and information.

The controller also enables the end user to remotely monitor and change system temperatures and also monitor and adjust burners for maximum efficiency.

Running hours are also monitored as an effective way of indicating when servicing is required, since these units only operate when a tap is turned on.

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