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CIAT introduces new flagship air conditioning control and monitoring platform

19 May 2016

CIAT UK has introduced its new flagship air conditioning control and monitoring platform, M2M, which gives end users and engineers unprecedented remote access to equipment from any PC, tablet or smartphone.

M2M links plant to a cloud-based remote monitoring system that gives access to all control parameters, performance data and real-time events in progress.

It can be used with CIAT chillers, heat pumps, rooftop systems and air handling units, and is suitable for retrofit on existing plant. Trend analyses, showing equipment performance over extended periods, can be used as part of an energy efficiency program.

In the event of an alarm, it automatically sends an email or text alert to the building administrator and responsible contractor. The clear graphical presentation gives an immediate visual overview of plant, including the current status of all main components.

This includes information on temperatures, pressures, flows and current operating modes. In the event of a system fault, M2M records the full conditions at the time, giving engineers a complete picture leading up to an alarm.

This enables rapid evaluation of the cause and ensures remedial action can be quickly taken.

In addition to providing ready access to plant control parameters, it gives access to records of relevant details covering the installation, including equipment model and specification, technical support details and even contract terms.

The combined control and monitoring capabilities of M2M enable engineers to:

•quickly adjust equipment operation to provide an optimum working environment for building occupants;

•remotely diagnose problems, and assess the need for a site visit;

•reduce equipment downtime and cut maintenance costs;

•access detailed information in real-time on the use and performance of equipment;

•reduce the carbon footprint of equipment over time, as part of an ongoing energy management program.

Each M2M controller can monitor up to three items of equipment, significantly reducing the number of kits required to cover an extended system on the building.

It is available for the following CIAT chillers and heat pumps ranges: Aquaciat Power, Aquaciat Power HEE, Aquaciat free-cooling, Powerciat LX, Aquaciat 2, Aquaciat Grand Inverter and Aquaciat Caleo.

For more details, contact CIAT on 01372 220251 or email sales@ciat.utc.com.


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