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Spotlight on wireless connectivity on show in Carel's solutions on show in Chicago

23 January 2018

AHR Expo is the international exhibition of air-conditioning, heating and refrigeration, first held 86 years ago and now the reference event for the HVAC/R market.

The 2018 show will take place in Chicago from 22 to 24 January, featuring more than 2,000 exhibitors and attended by around 65,000 industry professionals from over 165 countries worldwide.

CAREL will also take part, presenting the American and international markets a number of innovative solutions based on wireless connectivity to simplify human-machine interaction using Applica: CAREL’s new smartphone app.

One of the new solutions that CAREL will be exhibiting for the first time at AHR Expo is µChiller, the new controller designed for complete management of air/water and water/water chillers and heat pumps with on-off and/or DC compressors.

Its distinctive feature is complete control of high-efficiency units through integrated management of devices such as electronic valves and brushless DC compressors.

The range of models includes wireless connectivity with NFC (Near Field Communication) as standard, as well as Bluetooth on dedicated models, allowing interaction with mobile devices using the APPLICA app, making it easier to configure parameters and commission the unit in the field.

The solutions to be presented in Chicago also include the première of MPXone, the new CAREL controller for remote showcase management in supermarket applications.

MPXone is designed to guarantee all the typical functions of these applications, as well as the possibility to integrate modulating devices so as to cover a wide range of solutions, from entry-level to high-efficiency.

Wireless connectivity, using NFC and Bluetooth technologies, revolutionises the way that users interact with the refrigeration units, simplifying operations via a specific app and support on the Cloud.

This architecture means that contents, such as parameter configurations and documentation, and user profiles and related access levels, can all be synchronised, thus guaranteeing rapid commissioning.

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