Mitsubishi Electric US, Inc. Cooling & Heating Division (Mitsubishi Electric), North America’s leading marketer of advanced cooling and heating systems for commercial and residential applications, announces a new Thermostat Interface, PAC-US444CN-1. The Thermostat Interface allows Mitsubishi Electric systems to be controlled by third-party HVAC controllers. Using the Thermostat Interface, third-party HVAC controllers can take advantage of a Mitsubishi Electric system’s innovative features, including INVERTER-driven compressors in the outdoor unit. The Thermostat Interface is now available from Mitsubishi Electric’s distributor network.
The Thermostat Interface allows HVAC thermostats and input/output controllers to control either residential or commercial indoor units through its CN105 connector. Any system that can be controlled by the MHK1 controller model, can now be controlled by a third-party HVAC thermostat or input/output controller.
The Thermostat Interface offers a host of advanced features which allow for increased personalized comfort and control, including:Capabilities of the interface include geo-fencing, automatic scheduling, humidity control and weather forecasting.
- Adjustable delayed off feature providing additional comfort by extending the run time of the indoor unit after the thermostat reaches set point.
- Adjustable fan speed.
- Static pressure adjustable setting.
- CN24 operation during defrost.
- Fan speed during thermal off heating mode.
- Two-stage heat and cool thermostat operation: Conventional 2H/2C system operation (preferred); Conventional 1H/1C system operation.
- Auto recovery after power failure.
For more information on the Thermostat Interface, see the product launch guide here. The list price is currently available in the M- and P-Series and CITY MULTI® price lists.