There’s no doubt that Internet of Things (IoT)-enabled technology has impacted the HVACR industry. Now, the technology is evolving even further, allowing HVACR manufacturers to include built-in diagnostics and troubleshooting in the equipment itself.
During a press conference at the 2018 AHR Expo, Doug Murdock, president and CEO, Tecumseh Products Co. LLC, said the company, both at the show and in the coming year, will continue to launch and innovate with products customers want.
Panasonic Corp. of North America is honing in on its focus to make it easier for both residential and commercial building owners to control the temperature and comfort level within the space. The company hit its targets with the introduction of two new products — the ECONAVI air conditioner and the Variable Refrigerant Flow (VRF) Smart Connectivity Controller.
Technology continues to expand at an increasingly fast rate. As a result, HVAC manufacturers are adapting to this ongoing trend with technology-driven products that make commercial buildings smarter. These products allow buildings to better communicate with the building owner and HVAC contractor.
Often considered to be an affordable, reliable heating and/or cooling system for a variety of commercial buildings, the standard rooftop unit used to come with a basic thermostat that is limited to turning the system on or off. The advent of new controls has changed all of that by allowing rooftops to monitor operation, analyze conditions, and make real-time decisions that can optimize performance.
State and local regulations are driving new building construction as well as existing buildings to implement energy-efficient technologies in order to meet future carbon emissions reduction goals. These facilities, known as high-performance buildings, strive to deliver optimal efficiency, reliability, value, and comfort to tenants.
Combining advanced automation and data analytics, Outcome Based Service enables Honeywell service engineers to assess and scrutinize building assets around the clock, promoting the identification of anomalies and misconfigurations.
During this webinar, our expert speaker will discuss how contractors will be able to recognize the differences between blow through (HTHV) and draw through (MAU) technologies, as well as their respective strengths/weaknesses for different applications.