Heat pump control

Bosch's DDC Controller option for FHP heat pumps operates in 100% stand-alone control mode or connects to a BAS using open protocols like BACnet, Modbus, N2, or LonWorks.

05/02/2014


Bosch's DDC Controller option for FHP heat pumps operates in 100% stand-alone control mode or connects to a BAS using open protocols like BACnet, Modbus, N2, or LonWorks. Courtesy: BoschBosch's DDC Controller option for FHP heat pumps is preprogrammed and factory installed to be job site ready. The controller is installed with the unit's Unit Protection Module, which controls the heat pump's operations and monitors the safety controls that protect it. The DDC Controller operates in 100% stand-alone control mode or connects to a BAS using open protocols like BACnet, Modbus, N2, or LonWorks. It provides real-time information on zone temperatures, leaving air and water temperatures, and more, all of which can be monitored from a central control computer/laptop with unit fault indications displayed. To complement the controller, Bosch FHP offers a line of intelligent space sensors to provide precision measurement and communication capabilities. The DDC Controller offers more than 15 available input/outputs including discharge air temperature, leaving water temperature, alarm status, and heating and cooling setpoints.

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John , New Zealand, 05/08/14 01:55 AM:

Nice information. Yesterday i saw a pcb from Mitsubishi heat pump http://www.heatpump.co.nz/. They even had a propeller clock on the left side to determine the pulse on each simulation which i think is a new introduction technique in heat pumps.
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