Airlinq control boxes

AQC L

An Airmaster air handling unit with AQC L control box offers control functions as mentioned below.

 

AQC P

An Airmaster air handling unit with AQC P control box offers control functions as mentioned below.

Data logging
  • Continuous data log of all major operating data.
  • A data log can be converted to a predefined period log.
  • Log frequency and operating data can be adapted.
  • The control system is set as default to log data every 5 minutes - the memory is big enough to collect data for 1 year. When the memory is full, the oldest data is overwritten to ensure access to the newest data. The advantages are:
    - Production of very accurate operating data, which can be used for identifying errors for example.
    - Generation of operating reports for each unit.
    - Documentation of air quality using a CO2 sensor or electronic humidity sensor connected. (Possible with CV 80 and CV 200 units. 
 

Data logging

  • Continuous data log of all major operating data.
  • A data log can be converted to a predefined period log.
  • Log frequency and operating data can be adapted.
  • The control system is set as default to log data every 5 minutes - the memory is big enough to collect data for 1 year. When the memory is full, the oldest data is overwritten to ensure access to the newest data. The advantages are:
    - Production of very accurate operating data, which can be used for identifying errors for example.
    - Generation of operating reports for each unit.
    - Documentation of air quality using a CO2 sensor. 
Control box
  • Network connection via a supplementary PCB to KNX®, LON®, MODBUS®, BACnetTM MS/TP and BACnetTM/IP is possible.
  • All control system intelligence is housed in the control box. This allows ventilation unit operation without a control panel.
  • The control panel is connected to a separate jack. 
 

Control box

  • Network connection via a supplementary PCB to KNX®, LON®, MODBUS®, BACnetTM MS/TP and BACnetTM/IP is possible.
  • All control system intelligence is housed in the control box. This allows ventilation unit operation without a control panel.
  • The control panel is connected to a separate jack.
  • Integrated cooling module control.

Monitoring

  • Condenser monitoring using a float contact.
  • Electronic monitoring of sensors and ventilators.
  • Advanced warning and alarm system. Breakdowns can thus be quickly detected, and ventilation becomes more reliable.
  • Filter monitoring using an hour counter. Time interval can be adjusted. 

 

 

Monitoring

  • Condenser monitoring using a float contact.
  • Electronic monitoring of sensors and ventilators.
  • Advanced warning and alarm system. Breakdowns can thus be quickly detected, and ventilation becomes more reliable.
  • The control system constantly monitors air volume, to ensure that the unit can always provide balanced ventilation regardless of counter-pressure.
  • Filter monitoring using an hour counter and electronic flow monitoring. Time intervals can be adjusted.
  • Alarm output for remote monitoring of ventilation unit.

Timer control

  • Timed ventilation using 7 timer programs and built-in timer. Each timer program can be individually programmed with air volume, inlet temperature, days and times.
  • Several programs can be activated at the same time.
  • Timer programs can override one another.
 

Timer control

  • Timed ventilation using 7 timer programs and built-in timer. Each timer program can be individually programmed with air volume, inlet temperature, days and times.
  • Several programs can be activated at the same time.
  • Timer programs can override one another.

Night time cooling

  • Independent automatic activation of the function.
  • Utilization of cold night air to cool a room.
  • Automatic activation of the cooling module, if needed.
  • The program can be adapted to suit customer requirements.
 

Night time cooling

  • Independent automatic activation of the function.
  • Utilization of cold night air to cool a room.
  • Automatic activation of the cooling module, if needed.
  • The program can be adapted to suit customer requirements.

Fully automatic main dampers

  • Control of motorised main damper to prevent draughts and cold air discomfort.
  • Automatic control of the inlet temperature by using bypass. 
 

Fully automatic main dampers

  • Control of motorised main damper to prevent draughts and cold air discomfort.
  • Automatic control of the inlet temperature by using bypass.

Heating surfaces

  • Frost protection using a preheating surface and the “Preheat” function.
  • Frost protection using a heating surface and “Virtual preheat” function.
  • Automatic control of heating surface. 
 

Heating surfaces

  • Frost protection using a preheating surface and the “Preheat” function.
  • Frost protection using a heating surface and “Virtual preheat” function.
  • Automatic control of two heating surfaces.  

Analogue BMS
Control of operating hours and air volume or inlet temperature.

 

Analogue BMS
Control of operating hours and air volume or inlet temperature.

Energy meter

  • Monitoring and read-out energy consumption for each unit, using a built-in energy meter with display.
 

Energy meter

  • Monitoring and read-out energy consumption for each unit, using a built-in energy meter with display.
  • Energy comsumption read-out for each air handling unit by using ”Airlinq Service Tool”.
Sensors
  • On-demand air volume using a CO2 sensor.
  • On-demand air volume using electronic humidity sensors for outdoor and exhaust air (possible with CV 80 and CV 200 units)
  • Integrated 13.5 Volt power supply to sensors.
  • 2 analogue inputs for external control signals:
    - Inputs can also be used as digital inputs.
    - Inputs can be programmed as required. 
  Sensors
  • On-demand air volume using a CO2 sensor.
  • On-demand air volume using electronic humidity sensors for outdoor and exhaust air (possible with  CV 80 and CV 200 units)
  • Integrated 13.5 Volt power supply to sensors.
  • 2 analogue inputs for external control signals:
    - Inputs can also be used as digital inputs.
    - Inputs can be programmed as required. 
External Emergency Stop
  • Deactivation of the unit from an external signal independent of the unit’s operating status and other start signals, e.g. in an emergency.
  • The unit will stop the ventilators immediately, and close the inlet and extraction dampers.
  External Emergency Stop
  • Deactivation of the unit from an external signal independent of the unit’s operating status and other start signals, e.g. in an emergency.
  • The unit will stop the ventilators immediately, and close the inlet and extraction dampers.

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