Toshiba has developed a new mini-touchscreen air conditioning room controller that lets clients add their own branding and corporate messages.
The unit operates on the same principles as a high-end smartphone and is designed to be easy to use for end users and quick and simple to install for contractors. It uses the same two-wire connectivity as a standard controller, enabling it to be quickly installed without adding an external power supply on new projects and as an upgrade on existing systems.
David Dunn, TCUK’s managing director for sales, said: “Wall-mounted room controllers in hotels and offices are the vital interface between the user and the air conditioning system. However, their design has not kept pace with changing user needs and expectations – often having complicated interfaces that confuse end users and make them difficult to use.
“Recognising the problem, we went back to the drawing board and asked clients: ‘What do you want from a wall controller? How can we make it as easy to use as possible, and be a stylish addition to a room?’ We took the findings and came up with a completely new approach to room controller design.
“We believe the new mini-touchscreen controller is a unique offering in the industry. It is contemporary, easy to use and install, and ensures users can create the perfect comfort conditions they desire. It also gives clients the opportunity to create a modern and stylish statement, worlds away from the traditional room controller still used by many manufacturers today.”
For more information visit the Toshiba website.