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Temperature controller CONDUCTOR

temperature controller
temperature controller
temperature controller
temperature controller
temperature controller
temperature controller
temperature controller
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Network-connectable automatic control system for controlling the air temperature and air quality in a room Automatic control of the air volume, cooling and heating The set points for temperature and airflow can be set via the room thermostat. Occupancy control via key card/sensor Simple configuration of settings keyed in the room thermostat Wireless communication between room thermostat and controller Inputs for condensation sensor, window contact and other normally-closed contacts Up to twelve actuator pairs can be wired to each unit controller. Possible connection up to main control system via Modbus RTU Selectable cooling sequence - air/water or water/air Air quality control via CO2 sensor. Technical Description Our new CONDUCTOR in-house developed room control equipment is a natural result of our efforts to provide the user with a healthy indoor climate. Different rooms have different requirements, and this has motivated us to develop various applications. These applications are principally developed for the climate control of waterborne climate systems in offices, hotels, hospitals and conference rooms. This is more clearly described under the different applications: W1 (office with constant airflow), W3 (Hotel with occupancy-controlled airflow), W4.1 (Hotel/office with occupancy-controlled airflow) and W4.2 (conference room with air quality-controlled airflow and temperature control). Another important building services engineering advantage is that internal communication between room unit (RU) and controller unit (RE) normally is wireless.

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