Wireless building controls system

Trane's Air-Fi wireless technology replaces the wired communication link needed for the building controls system and integrates multiple building system devices.

04/04/2017


Trane's Air-Fi wireless technology replaces the wired communication link needed for the building controls system and easily integrates multiple building system devices.Building managers can bring maximum flexibility to their building automation system (BAS) with Trane's Air-Fi wireless technology. Wireless technology from Trane replaces the wired communication link needed for the building controls system and easily integrates multiple building system devices. This provides building owners with the ability to reconfigure spaces as technology and building needs evolve to ensure the greatest optimization. Air-Fi offers self-repairing mesh technology that features redundant signal paths to help prevent communication failures. The product also integrates multiple building system devices for optimized coordination and control of HVAC and other building systems with no need to run wires through the facility; installation time and costs are reduced and there is less disruption to the building and its occupants.

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