Pneumatic to digital controls

Johnson Controls’ WT-4000 pneumatic-to-digital thermostats are designed to efficiently convert older pneumatic room control systems and features a digital control system that includes remote temperature monitoring.

06/09/2014


Johnson Controls’ WT-4000 pneumatic-to-digital thermostats are designed to efficiently convert older pneumatic room control systems and features a digital control system that includes remote temperature monitoring. Courtesy: Johnson ControlsJohnson Controls' WT-4000 pneumatic-to-digital thermostats are designed to efficiently convert older pneumatic room control systems and enable communication with newer digital BASs. The WT-4000 series provides the benefits of a digital control system, including programmable occupancy scheduling and remote temperature monitoring, which can result in increased energy and operational savings. The thermostats are long-life battery operated and require no additional wiring, resulting in minimum upfront costs and disruptions to the building's structure or occupants. The thermostats are designed for commercial buildings, schools, and critical environments like hospitals. The WT-4000 Series thermostats come in eight different configurations and offer either Fahrenheit or Celsius displays.

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