What does this certification mean to you? It means that Titan Air is able to build control panels that have assemblies of control devices for any operational facility, whether it is used for a Titan Air unit or for other applications. This ranges from motor controllers, switches and relays to other auxiliary devices. Titan Air can create one universal control panel by combining multiple unit controls and controls for other equipment in your facility.
Carel c.pCO series components are available for all equipment and are commonly used when multiple control functions are needed. For example, outside air/return air damper control or variable frequency drive control may be needed in addition to modulating heat control. For HVAC applications, Titan Air typically provides c.pCO controllers in the air handler with a remote user interface that features eight lines of text plus alarm status LED. Multiple screens are available through the menu driven user interface. As an option, a building management system (BMS) can provide supervisory commands that take precedence over local user interface settings.
Process applications for industrial customers may include industrial style programmable logic controllers and an associated graphical user interface. Typically, this level of control and user interface is provided for process applications involving heating, cooling, humidification and/or dehumidification capabilities. Options for data logging and remote communication are available.