Chiller plant automation system

The IPC 9511 Chiller Plant Automation System is designed to streamline plant operations and lower operating costs with pre-configured serial communication setup options for chillers, VFDs, and design envelope pumps.

06/16/2014


The IPC 9511 Chiller Plant Automation System is designed to streamline plant operations and lower operating costs with pre-configured serial communication setup options for chillers, VFDs, and design envelope pumps. Courtesy: Armstrong Fluid TechnologyThe IPC 9511 Chiller Plant Automation System by Armstrong Fluid Technology is designed to streamline plant operations and lower operating costs with a field-configurable solution with automation features for constant speed and variable speed configurations. Features include pre-configured serial communication setup options for chillers, VFDs, and design envelope pumps. The IPC 9511 also has sensorless pump speed control technology and it can provide both variable primary flow automation, and is also configurable for primary secondary plant configurations. The IPC 9511 is Internet and intranet capable and can support automated plant diagnostics with analysis and cloud-based reporting capabilities.

Armstrong Fluid Technology

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