New BACnet controls from TITAN
12 / 04 / 2010
The FCU-4 fan coil controller and RDU user interface from TITAN Products combines forefront technology and innovative style, the system is TITAN Products’ most advanced to date.
With the ability to be used in stand-a-lone applications, or with its inbuilt BACnet communications as part of an integrated Building Management System, the FCU-4 fan coil controller is TITAN’s most flexible controller available allowing for greater energy savings to be achieved through efficient system management.
The RDU (Room Display Unit) is available in two versions. The RDU/STD and the RDU/CR. The former being a flush mounted user interface which allows setting and indication of temperature and also fan speed. This attractive display unit is designed for use in offices, commercial property, leisure environments and residential locations with a variety of different finishes available.
The RDU/CR is specifically designed for use in Hotel Bedrooms and when used with the FCU-4 it provides all the features required to ensure the occupants are provided with comfort and security while remaining extremely economically efficient. When used as part of an Integrated Management System, additional features such as “Make My Room” and “Do Not Disturb” can be transmitted to the Hotel Letting System along with many other room occupant functions again allowing for remote monitoring and increased energy efficiency levels. The RDU/CR can also be supplied with a matching corridor plate that can incorporate the bedroom door access card reader and indication.
In today’s modern climate where style is paramount, speed and efficiency are vital and comfort is essential. The RDU/FCU-4 from TITAN Products will cater for your every need with minimal fuss, effortlessly controlling your environment at the touch of a button.
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