Carrier has introduced its new TruVu multi-purpose control (MPC) platform for monitoring and control of HVAC equipment. This powerful control platform consists of a TruVu MPC processor, featuring built-in BACnet routing and integration capabilities, along with expansion modules that can be added to support up to 180 total input/output (I/O) points for a variety of HVAC applications.
The TruVu MPC is ideal for controlling central plants, air handlers and rooftop units. It is capable of controlling multiple pieces of HVAC equipment simultaneously, and includes a comprehensive library of factory-engineered control programs. These programs have been designed and tested to work with both air-side and water-side HVAC systems without the need for custom programming, saving engineers valuable time.
The TruVu MPC processor is the first controller to be added to Carrier’s new TruVu product line. The TruVu product line is comprised of native BACnet, IoT-enabled controllers that are field programmable and customizable for any equipment application. They are also expandable to support additional IOs, and provide large amounts of trend storage, embedded fault detection and diagnostics (FDD) capabilities, and plug and play connectivity to the Carrier i-Vu building automation system. This allows building operators to manage their HVAC equipment from anywhere and at any time using online dashboards and reports.