Integrated chiller plant control system

The IPC 9521 Integrated Plant Control system is designed to help building owners achieve energy efficiency in chiller plant systems and uses a base-level platform that can be easily upgraded as installation requirements evolve.

02/05/2015


The IPC 9521 Integrated Plant Control system is designed to help building owners achieve energy efficiency in chiller plant systems and uses a base-level platform that can be easily upgraded as installation requirements evolve. Courtesy: Armstrong Fluid TArmstrong Fluid Technology's IPC 9521 Integrated Plant Control system is designed to help building owners achieve energy efficiency in chiller plant systems. The IPC 9521 uses a base-level platform that can be easily upgraded as installation requirements evolve. Features include a resident sensorless pump feedback and parallel sensorless pump staging for variable primary systems that minimizes installation costs and maximizes pump energy efficiency. It also has embedded sequences for water-cooled variable-primary configuration, all-variable chiller plant automation, and optimization. The IPC 9521 is factory configured for easy activation of the optional Armstrong ECO*Pulse HVAC health management and diagnostics system.

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