MelcoRETAIL air conditioning control system

New air conditioning controls interface for the retail sector

  • 17 Feb 2016

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Mitsubishi Electric has launched a new dedicated air conditioning controls interface designed specifically for the retail sector.

The MelcoRETAIL control system features a simple wall-mounting design which allows shops to benefit from advanced, energy-saving measures whilst still allowing users full control and measurement.

The system provides a flexible Building Energy Management System (BEMS) that works in various sizes of retail outlet and is also compatible with third party equipment. It improves the ability to measure and control energy levels in medium and small shops which ay not have previously had access to this level of sophistication.

Furthermore, the MelcoRETAIL is preconfigured with standard inputs and outputs to suit the needs of any small to medium store, making the product straightforward for store managers to use effectively.

Advanced metering and energy-saving

MelcoRETAIL offers Ethernet-remote connectivity and a SIM card connection to Mitsubishi Electric’s MELCOREMOTE system. This allows users to view data on energy use through any web-enabled device.

This means that the MelcoRETAIL system can offer control and measurement across an entire retail estate – providing a cost-effective and scalable BEMS solution.

Third-party control

The system can control the most commonly-used Mitsubishi Electric air conditioning retail products, including up to 8 M-Series and Mr Slim indoor units and 50 City Multi indoor units, in addition to allowing users to control third party equipment.

MelcoRETAIL offers third-party air curtain control, two-stage lighting control and occupancy sensing, which can be added through the store’s intruder alarm-disarm or occupancy switch signal.

The device also features a built-in weather feed so no outdoor temperature sensors are required.

Designed ready for DUOS and TRIAD energy tariff consumption management, the device can also save a single store an estimated £3,000 on weekly electricity costs.

Mitsubishi Electric Living Systems,
Travellers Lane,
Hatfield,
Hertfordshire,
AL10 8XB
United Kingdom

Visit Mitsubishi Electric Living System's website

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