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Carel at MCE 2018: connectivity, high efficiency and natural refrigerants

13 March 2018

CAREL, a multinational specialising in control solutions for the air-conditioning, refrigeration and air humidification sectors, will once again continue its tradition of exhibiting at Mostra Convegno Expocomfort.

In hall 22, stand A31-A41, CAREL will be focusing the spotlight on its IoT range, exhibited in its entirety for the very first time.

With this platform, CAREL guarantees a new unit-interaction experience through the use of cloud services. These services include APPLICA, the mobile app designed for the latest generation of smart controllers with integrated NFC and Bluetooth® connectivity.

Configuration and optimisation of unit set-up are made simple and intuitive by the combination of smartphone application and web portal, allowing configurations and graphics to be managed flexibly and always kept up-to-date.

The new products on show at Mostra Convegno also include MPXone, CAREL’s latest controller for food retail refrigeration units. MPXone stands out for its extensive connectivity options that simplify human-machine interaction using APPLICA.

MPXone also comes with several energy saving features that can even be activated in simple applications, allowing management of the most innovative high-efficiency modulating devices.

As regards integration, CAREL will also be showcasing k.water & k.air, the new range of products for integration, control and monitoring of HVAC systems.

These easily-configurable controllers are designed to manage every part of the system: from heating and cooling generation to fluid distribution circuits, domestic hot water, solar capture and air-conditioning and ventilation systems.

The complete architecture seamlessly integrates all available devices, from field devices to local and remote supervisors, exploiting the Ethernet connectivity and the most widely-used building automation protocols, Modbus® and BACnet™™, over both IP and RS485 networks.

At the CAREL stand, ample space will also be devoted to solutions for chillers and heat pumps. The innovations presented in this area include µChiller, the solution for complete management of air/water and water/water chillers and heat pumps with on-off and/or DC compressors.

The distinctive element of µChiller is complete control of high-efficiency units through integrated management of devices such as electronic expansion valves and brushless DC compressors.

This ensures greater compressor protection and reliability and, at the same time, high unit efficiency.

For cold rooms, at MCE CAREL will be premiering DC Cella SPLIT, the new, high-usability integrated system with DC inverter technology and compatible with CO2 refrigerant.

Created by combining the features of technologically-advanced solutions (HECU, UltraCella and EVD Ice) and enhanced by CAREL’s system approach, DC Cella SPLIT is a solution that guarantees high performance, maximum usability and special focus on simplifying installation, configuration and use.

Energy savings of up to 25% and excellent quality control of the stored products are just some of the main benefits for end users, in addition to extremely simple installation and maintenance.

At MCE CAREL will also be exhibiting boss mini, the new system supervisor that meets the needs of commercial refrigeration, datacenter and light commercial HVAC applications.

boss mini comes with the same usability and connectivity features, as well as the typical user experience of boss, all now available in a new, more compact solution, and suitable for all system sizes.

From one single access point, boss mini monitors the site in real time, using maps and intuitive displays to show data on all the refrigeration and air-conditioning units, lighting and energy consumption.

Air humidification solutions will be also be an important part of the offering on show in hall 22, stand A31-A41. These include a preview of gaSteam, the upgraded range of gas-fired humidifiers.

Now also available in the outdoor version, gaSteam can be used when there is no free space available indoors.

The c.pHC controller’s connectivity options increase the humidifier’s flexibility and simplify communication with external systems. gaSteam is also IoT ready, and is equipped with pGDx, the 4.3” touch display designed to enhance the user experience.

Alongside gaSteam will be the new heaterSteam titanium, that will be the world’s first humidifier with a pre-configured predictive maintenance solution available in the IoT suite of services.

Data monitoring and analysis in real time on dedicated dashboards will guarantee efficiency and service continuity.

CAREL’s high-efficiency solutions for natural refrigerants, finally, complete the offering exhibited at MCE.

These include above all the complete range of EmJ modulating ejectors, pRack pR300T and the pR multi DC controller, the first controller that can manage multiple DC compressors on the same line.

Plus the upgraded version of Heos, expanded to manage different solutions both using CO2 and propane, and Heez, CAREL’s solution for refrigerated merchandisers.


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