3-D sensor for indoor air unit

Mitsubishi Electric's 3-D i-see Sensor is a small, yet powerful component mounted to the exterior panel of the ceiling cassette.

03/21/2017


Mitsubishi Electric's 3D i-see Sensor is a small, yet powerful component mounted to the exterior panel of the ceiling cassette. Courtesy: Mitsubishi Electric3-D i-see Sensor continuously analyzes the thermal profile of a room, identifying cool and warm spots. To achieve an accurate thermal profile, it performs hundreds of circular scans, with multiple points per scan, continuously monitoring a given space. When a room is occupied, the 3-D i-see Sensor scans and identifies heat signatures and applies cool or warm air as needed throughout the space. For maximum personalized comfort, this feature may be customized to direct the unit to deliver air toward or away from the occupants. In an unoccupied room, the sensor automatically adjusts the temperature levels and may also be customized to switch to an energy efficiency mode. The indoor unit is available in capacities ranging from 8,000 to 48,000 Btu/h. 

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