Connection kit enables split HVAC combinations of GEA and Mitsubishi units
11. March 2010 GEA at SHK 2010, Essen, Germany: the Trade Fair for Sanitation, Heating, Air Conditioning, and Renewable Energies - 10 to 13 March 2010, Hall 3.0, booth 144
The connection kit PACIF0xxB-E allows operation of a large number of GEA heat-exchanger types with Mitsubishi P-Series units. For example, interfacing Mitsubishi Electric outdoor heat pumps is now possible without their heat-pump system Ecodan. It is especially in the restoration of old buildings that such a solution can be most effective, since it enables further use of existing units such as storage and pumps. Here, the outdoor units are simply integrated into existing systems via the interfaces of the connection kit (IF011B-E or PAC-IF021B-E).
With this connection kit, heat pumps or split outdoor units can be operated in combination with ventilation systems, air curtains, and many more systems. The kit consists of a controller box with a special circuit board with microprocessor control, as well as two temperature sensors. The controller box is connected to the outdoor unit via a control interface, and performance setpoints can be managed on eight levels, from 30 to 100 %, by means of a great number of external signals. Likewise possible are settings such as heating and cooling modes and compressor shutdowns.
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