Management system for HVAC equipment

Intelligent Equipment is designed as a factory-installed option to Trailblazer chillers to help building owners and facility managers transform how they manage HVAC equipment.

12/14/2016


Intelligent Equipment is designed as a factory-installed option to Trailblazer chillers to help building owners and facility managers transform how they manage HVAC equipment. Courtesy: Daikin AppliedIntelligent Equipment is designed as a factory-installed option to Trailblazer chillers to help building owners and facility managers transform how they manage HVAC equipment. Intelligent Equipment allows users to monitor and manage equipment accurately and efficiently. The equipment transfers and applies data from the unit through the cloud for monitoring energy consumption at the equipment level. For unit level performance measurement, data from the cloud is converted to actionable results. With the addition of Intelligent Equipment, facility managers and owners can monitor the operability and efficiency of Trailblazer, manage expenses, and reduce energy costs. Trailblazer air-cooled scroll chillers are designed to deliver low installed costs and long-life performance in demanding environments while meeting expectations for high operating efficiency for those operating data centers, hospitals, and schools.

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