Building-controller video shows installation speed

Published:  08 December, 2007

When you have 95 seconds to spare, Honeywell invites you to look at its video of its CentraLine Lion building controller being installed and commissioned. The clip is on YouTube and the CentraLine City web site.

The Lion controller has twice the memory of the popular Excel 500 controller, co it can be used in complex applications. Its capabilities include optimum start/stop, night purge and maximum-load demand.

Lion con be used for stand-alone applications, as well as for dial-up and networked building-automation systems. It uses a patented panel bus concept developed by Honeywell, featuring click-and-go DIN-rail installation.

Too find the clip on YouTube, search ‘CentraLine’. On the CentraLine web site, then the Lion poster on ‘City’ view.



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