intelligent Manager


imageedit_1_9079589657In order to configure and set up an intelligent Manager (iM) system, the operator requires expert level knowledge and experience on Windows PC’s, UPS hardware as well as the VRV systems being controlled. Detailed documentation and as installed schematics are an essential part of iM setting up. At Intelligent AC we pride ourselves in our ability to create, maintain and update documentation on sites we have worked on regardless of project size.

Given the sophisticated nature of iM we can provide demonstrations and training tailored specifically for installers, facility managers, service and maintenance companies and end users.

Daikin Manual Image - Manager iPUControl panels – We can build bespoke control panels to house the iManager (iM) hardware with all necessary wiring, fuses and terminal connections to meet the customers requirements.

Commissioning  When we commission an iM we first look at the VRV system as part of an overall strategy. We programme the VRV systems with the correct field settings in order to achieve theformulated control strategy. We can then create the iM configuration to manage to the control strategy. We programme and set-up frost protection, auto changeover groups, timer schedules and graphical layouts in line with the customers requirements and ease of use for the end user and service/maintenance companies alike.

Power Proportion Distribution (PPD) – We can build and install kWh meter panels to exclusively measure the energy consumption of the VRV systems. We can set-up and commission PPD software accurately and provide detailed system drawings. We can help with downloading of energy data and advise on how to reduce overall energy consumption on a given site.

Web Access and Email Error Messaging – We can set-up the iM to operate within the customers Local Area Network (LAN) to allow remote web access and control of the VRV systems. We can set-up email messaging on the iM to notify facility managers, service and maintenance companies immediately when a fault occurs on a VRV system.