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VRF Controls Create Personalized User Experience

Developed in collaboration with Schneider Electric and Intesis, next generation VRF Smart Connectivity Controls  offers an enhanced user-friendly interface that dynamically manages comfort, controllability and operating cost reduction. With this solution, building managers benefit from a series of dynamic controls that allows them to manage equipment, lighting, security, electrical distribution and power from a single interface, anytime and anywhere. Optional door, ceiling, window, carbon dioxide and leak sensors enable a fully-connected environment, and because other devices such as dehumidifiers and curtains can be connected to the system, controlling an entire room can be as simple as clicking a button. Additionally, in-room controls can be customized to welcome guests (e.g. “Welcome, Sarah”) and share alerts (e.g. “Door open, AC off”), creating a personalized experience for end users that encourages return visits. By creating a connected environment, the newest generation of Panasonic’s VRF Smart Connectivity Controls offers more monitoring, more control and more customization, benefiting building managers and end users alike.

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