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10 Tips for integrating VRF HVAC systems

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Integrating VRF systems can be quite a task – even for professionals, when doing it for the first time. However, learning how VRF works and asking the “right” questions can save a lot of hassle…Continue

VRV or VRF ?

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What’s the difference between VRV and VRF?Many people who ask this question, mistakenly interpret it as 2 different HVAC technologies. Actually, those are two different terms for the same type of…Continue

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Residential Air Conditioning – Evolution and Trends in Control & Integration

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The residential air conditioning field is going through rapid evolution over the last few years. From the first window type and small unitary units it is rapidly changing to more sophisticated split…Continue

 

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CONTROL4 ADDS COOLMASTERNET HVAC PRODUCTS TO ITS ONLINE STORE FOR DEALERS

Salt Lake City, UT February, 8th 2016 – CoolAutomation, manufacturers of CoolMasterNet HVAC products, announced today that its full range of HVAC controllers is now available for purchase through Control4 (NASDAQ: CTRL) a leading global provider of smart home solutions. CoolMasterNet products can now be ordered through the Control4 Online Store, the one-stop online resource serving the Control4 authorized dealer network of over 3,500 independent…See More
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VRV or VRF ?

What’s the difference between VRV and VRF?Many people who ask this question, mistakenly interpret it as 2 different HVAC technologies. Actually, those are two different terms for the same type of HVAC technology. Based on Inverter technology compressors, the first VRV HVAC systems were invented by Daikin during the early 1980’s. As a technology leader in the HVAC industry, Daikin had registered the VRV term (which stands for Variable…See More
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10 Tips for integrating VRF HVAC systems

Integrating VRF systems can be quite a task – even for professionals, when doing it for the first time. However, learning how VRF works and asking the “right” questions can save a lot of hassle during the integration.Following, are some tips to get you started.1Control each indoor unit by unique addressThe VRF HVAC system appears as a “closed-loop” communication network, where all indoors can be considered as “clients”.Each “client” has a unique address, given by the outdoor unit automatically,…See More
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Following our cooperation with Meitav-tec, our CoolMasterNet and CooLinkNetintegration solutions will be displayed at the 2016 AHR Expo held in Orlando from Monday, January 25th – Wednesday, January 27th  at …See More
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VRV or VRF ?

What’s the difference between VRV and VRF?Many people who ask this question, mistakenly interpret it as 2 different HVAC technologies. Actually, those are two different terms for the same type of HVAC technology. Based on Inverter technology compressors, the first VRV HVAC systems were invented by Daikin during the early 1980’s. As a technology leader in the HVAC industry, Daikin had registered the VRV term (which stands for Variable…See More
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TIS now connects with CoolMasterNet for HVAC Control

Based in Honk-Kong, TIS a fast growing manufacturer and worldwide supplier of most competitive home automation control solutions, has developed an RS232 interface for CoolAutomation’s CoolMasterNet universal HVAC bridge. Now, when interfacing CoolMasterNet with TIS bus, home automation users using any of TIS’s user interfaces such as Luna, Mars and Terre Control Panel Series, will be able…See More
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CoolAutomation’s Compatibility with Qlite Lighting Control System

Qlite Limited U.K, a renowned manufacturer and supplier in lighting and home automation controls, has developed an interface for CoolAutomation’s CoolMasterNetuniversal HVAC bridge. For the complete article with a connection schematic …See More
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Increased HVAC compatibility by CoolAutomation

CoolAutomation (https://coolautomation.com/) is glad to announce a significantly expanded HVAC compatibility list. Using communicating controls from Meitav (http://www.meitavtec.com/), our CoolMasterNet  (…See More
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Residential Air Conditioning – Evolution and Trends in Control & Integration

The residential air conditioning field is going through rapid evolution over the last few years. From the first window type and small unitary units it is rapidly changing to more sophisticated split types of air conditioning: wall mounted (ductless), in-wall, floor standing, cassettes and ceiling concealed (ducted), that better fit the customer's needs and interior design demands. In the meanwhile - the controls side is not staying behind and is rapidly progressing as well. The increasing…See More
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CoolAutomatiom at CEDIA 2015

It was the 3rd year in a row for CoolAutomation to exhibit at CEDIA, the global showcase of the future home experience – this year held in Dallas, Texas.Due to last year large number of visitors at us that had a great interest in CoolAutomation’s solutions we decided this year to build a larger booth to comfortably host and discuss with our worldwide visitors.Overall, the show was an excellent opportunity for us to meet with our existing integrators and customers, mainly within our largest…See More
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CoolAutomation's CoolMasterNet intro video about integration of Home Automation Systems with Daikin, Toshiba, Mitsubishi VRV/VRF Split, Multi-Split HVAC systems.
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Daikin, Mitsubishi, Toshiba VRV / VRF / Split Air- Conditioning Systems - Seamless Integration and Remote Control Operation

The latest generation in Air-Conditioning Systems incorporates advanced VRV/VRF technology that saves energy and is extremely quiet in operation. These systems are no longer as rare as they were in the past and are now getting the attention they deserve together with increased market share.The most prominent manufactures of such Air-Conditioning systems are Japanese with companies like: Daikin, Mitsubishi Electric, Mitsubishi Heavy VRF, Fujitsu, Hitachi, Sanyo / Panasonic and Toshiba. Daikin…See More
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Integration of VRV / VRF Air- Conditioning Systems and Home Automation / BMS Controllers

Integration of VRV / VRF Air- Conditioning Systems and Home Automation / BMS Controllers   The latest generation in Air-Conditioning Systems incorporates advanced VRV/VRF technology that saves energy and is extremely quiet in operation. These systems are no longer as rare as they were in the past and are now getting the attention they deserve together with increased market share. The most prominent manufactures of such Air-Conditioning systems are Japanese with companies like: Daikin,…See More
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Daikin, Mitsubishi, Toshiba VRV / VRF / Split Air- Conditioning Systems - Seamless Integration and Remote Control Operation

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The latest generation in Air-Conditioning Systems incorporates advanced VRV/VRF technology that saves energy and is extremely quiet in operation. These systems are no longer as rare as they were in the past and are now getting the attention they deserve together with increased market share.

The most prominent manufactures of such Air-Conditioning systems are Japanese with companies like: Daikin, Mitsubishi Electric, Mitsubishi…

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Integration of VRV / VRF Air- Conditioning Systems and Home Automation / BMS Controllers

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Integration of VRV / VRF Air- Conditioning Systems and Home Automation / BMS Controllers   

The latest generation in Air-Conditioning Systems incorporates advanced VRV/VRF technology that saves energy and is extremely quiet in operation. These systems are no longer as rare as they were in the past and are now getting the attention they deserve together with increased market…

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