Mobile control from Mitsubishi

Mitsubishi Electric has launched an SMS version of its unique M2M wireless air conditioning controller, to bring advanced air conditioning control and monitoring to handsets everywhere.

The Micro M2M controller builds on the success of the GPRS version, which has already been offering customers a relatively low-cost solution for both smaller premises that do not have Ethernet connections and larger corporations which cannot allow outside systems to link into their security networks and across firewalls.

“This Micro version provides even more cost benefits for sites where simple controls and monitoring are needed and it puts that control on your mobile phone,” explained Sebastien Desmottes, Product Marketing Liaison Manager.

Each Micro M2M can control up to eight indoor units at once and will cost under £400.  

Installation of the unit is the same as the popular Mini M2M system with the small box wired to the indoor units and able to send warning, performance and temperature data to a mobile phone. 

Simple control functions such as turning the systems off or on and setting the temperature can also be sent back to the system via text.

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