Integrated controllers for HVAC applications
The SmartME Zone Controller, the AdvancedHVAC Input/Output Controller, and the EB-50GU-A Central Controller by Mitsubishi Electric Heating and Cooling combine to support enhanced functions.
Mitsubishi Electric Cooling & Heating Division’s integrated controls solution for commercial HVAC applications uses three advanced controllers: the SmartME Zone Controller, the AdvancedHVAC Input/Output Controller, and the EB-50GU-A Central Controller. They work together as a comprehensive system to support enhanced functions. The SmartME Zone Controller can control up to 16 indoor units in a single zone. The controller features an intuitive, backlit touchscreen interface with dual setpoint functionality and LED color status indicator. The AdvancedHVAC Controller features customizable applications for integrating CITY MULTI indoor units with third-party equipment such as auxiliary heat, fans, pumps, air handling units (AHUs), energy recovery ventilation (ERV) systems, humidifiers, and economizers. The EB-50GU-A Central Controller uses Web-based centralized control of up to 50 indoor units individually in a group or batch operation. The controller offers new features such as expanded monitoring, control, and trending abilities. The EB-50GU-A supports the humidity, occupancy, and brightness sensors on the SmartME Remote Controller.
Mitsubishi Electric Heating & Cooling
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