Carrier offers a complete line of network system products that tie multiple stand-alone products together for a fully integrated, self adjusting HVAC system.
Features & Benefits
The Carrier Comfort Network (CCN) is the most advanced technology resulting from Carrier’s thorough knowledge of both comfort and controls. It offers the owner, designer and installer:
integrated product and control systems
unique control strategies
overall lower installation costs
enhanced monitoring capabilities
Whilst each equipment component can operate in a stand-alone mode, all components form a fully-integrated and balanced HVAC system when networked with other Carrier equipment through the Carrier Comfort Network. A three-wire cable is all that is required to connect these products:
Powerful supervision software package that allows centralised monitoring (local and remote), data collection, report generation and system configuration.
Designed to run on most PCs running on Windows 2000 or Windows XP.
Designed for larger scale building management needs with custom graphical representation.
Factory-installed product with a level of monitoring and diagnostic control that can only be achieved with a factory integrated device.
Product-Integrated Controllers are available on chillers, rooftops, air handling units and terminal fan coil units.
Field-installed device which allows non-Carrier equipment such as boilers, cooling towers and pumps to be controlled and integrated into the overall network.
Fully programmable to suit the application need and optimized control strategies.
Carrier offers a complete line of network system products that tie multiple stand-alone products together for a fully integrated, self-adjusting HVAC system.
Example : Chillervisor System Manager (CSM III) for chiller plant control.
Cover the essential elements of a Building Management System providing diverse facilities such as remote monitoring, collection of performance data, maintenance management and customized reporting capabilities.
Performed through individual programs that can be added to the Carrier Comfort Network via individual modules which provide a diverse set of system facilities.