HVAC remote controller

The PAR-30MAAU remote controller from Mitsubishi Electric Cooling + Heating can control up to 16 indoor units in commercial applications.

01/04/2012


The PAR-30MAAU remote controller from Mitsubishi Electric Cooling + Heating can control up to 16 indoor units in commercial applications. The PAR-30 has several features including a setback mode of operation that controls upper- and lower-limit temperature settings to prevent excessive temperature rise or fall. The controller also features a backlit LCD screen for easy viewing even in dimly lit situations and a hold function that can pause a previously scheduled operation. The PAR-30 remote controller is part of the CITY MULTI Controls Network (CMCN), an advanced controls system that can handle up to 2,000 indoor units from a single networked computer. The PAR-30 also features multilingual operation, weekly timer operation, auto-off timer, current zone temperature displays, a lockout feature, airflow direction, and fan speed settings.

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