HVAC control system

A cost-effective platform for the monitoring and managing of HVAC equipment by consulting and facility engineers is the ComfortPoint HVAC control system by Honeywell. The VAV controller, available with or without an actuator, can manage single or dual-duct VAV or complex room carbon dioxide controls.

02/01/2008


A cost-effective platform for the monitoring and managing of HVAC equipment by consulting and facility engineers is the ComfortPoint HVAC control system by Honeywell. The VAV controller, available with or without an actuator, can manage single or dual-duct VAV or complex room carbon dioxide controls. The unitary controller is programmable for applications such as constant volume air handlers, heat pumps, unit vents, or fan coils. The product provides a single view of all HVAC information—temperature, system status, and alarms—and gives users command controls options.
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