Ben Bartle-Ross of Mitsubishi Electric explores new monitoring software that shows live data.
Here’s an idea. What if you could see a live representation of a VRF system? One that showed which systems are in heating, cooling or switched off.
As a manufacturer, we have always been willing and able to share the raw data from our systems but in reality, you had to have good working knowledge of our range of products to fully understand what was going on and how to interpret it.
Customers and representatives from Panasonic joined the Logicool team for a karting challenge at Daytona Racing in Tamworth to commemorate the distributor's 10-year anniversary.
With 30 participants, racing was very competitive and winners of the one-hour endurance race were long-term customer Paul Hetherington, from Intermech, and his race partner, Steve Hardiman from Logicool. Marc Newbold and Alister Bolstridge of Aircon Services Tamworth (a company which has been purchasing equipment for every one of the 10 years Logicool is celebrating), came in a close second and another long-term client, John Lewis of Brookair Danfab, and his karting partner, Dan Lewis of Logicool, were third. Hadyn Oxlyn and Indi Thamvithian from Panasonic were awarded the wooden spoon trophy for receiving the most black flags and driving over the grass verges during the race.
Toshiba Air Conditioning has published new information on its latest R32 refrigerant-based Mirai, Shorai and Daiseikai residential air conditioning systems, as well as the full range of Digital Inverter and Super Digital Inverter light commercial split system range.
Publication of the brochures follows the company’s move to R32 refrigerant, and set out the benefits for end users and the environment.