Heat pumps with wireless HVAC protocol

The Mitsubishi Electric P-series split-ductless and ducted heat pumps will incorporate Honeywell's RedLINK wireless HVAC protocol.

03/14/2011


Mitsubishi Electric announces that its P-Series split-ductless and ducted heat pumps will incorporate Honeywell’s RedLINK wireless HVAC protocol. The RedLINK-enabled split-ductless system is designed to maximize comfort and reduce energy costs. The wireless controllers can be placed in a different room than the indoor units, and no wires need to run through walls. A portable central controller will allow climate control of up to 16 zones from anywhere in the building. The control system will feature complete zone control, adjustable fan speed, and vane positioning. 



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