Mitsubishi Electric brings ‘wall-mounted’ controller to computer screen

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If you can use Mitsubishi Electric’s wall-mounted G50 air-conditioning controller, this identical-looking interface on a PC screen will be even more convenient.
Mitsubishi Electric air-conditioning can now be controlled from a PC screen using a display that looks and behaves just like a G50 controller. Sebastian Desmottes, the company’s controls expert, explains, ‘More and more of our customers are using our G60 controller directly from their computers, so we decided to launch a new, even simpler alternative which presents the customer with what looks like a standard remote controller interface — on their PC desktop. With standard versions of the G50 controller, access is via a web browser and requires logging in with password and user name. In contrast, this new approach saves time and presents the controls in a more familiar way. The interface can be minimised in the desktop toolbar so that it available with a single mouse click.
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