Heat pump controls

ClimateMaster’s iGate and vFlow technologies are part of its units for both residential and commercial applications.

01/30/2014


ClimateMaster’s iGate and vFlow technologies are part of its Tranquility 22 Two-ClimateMaster’s iGate and vFlow technologies are part of its units for both residential and commercial applications.Stage Compact, Tranquility 22 Digital, Tranquility 30 Digital, and Tranquility Vertical Stack Series of units for both residential and commercial applications. The proprietary iGate control system offers HVAC system optimization by employing two-way communication that enables end-users and contractors to monitor heat pump unit performance, custom-tailor its operation, and diagnose any issues directly from the thermostat. vFlow variable water flow technology integrates all major water circulation components directly into the heat pump unit, while also intelligently varying water flow to minimize the pump’s energy consumption and improve overall system reliability. In addition, vFlow protects the unit against extreme operating conditions, extending the life of the compressor and air coil. As vFlow is internal to the unit, it also makes for a streamlined, compact installation.

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