Central Control

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SC-SL1N-E

Start/stop control of up to 16 indoor units either individually or collectively.
Simple centralised control.

SC-SL1N-E

1. The SC-SL1N-E is connected to the Superlinknetwork via 2-core, non-polar wires (‘AB’ connection).
2. It will monitor and control the start/stop function of up to 16 units, with the sixteen operation button.
3. The unit or group numbers in operation or in need of service are displayed with an LED.
4. Collective start/stop is also available through the simultaneous on/off button.
5. Up to 12 SC-SL1N-E units can be connected to a Superlink- network (consisting of up to 128 indoor units).
6. If a power failure occurs, the SC-SL1N-E will resume the operation of the system according to a stored operation condition, once power is restored.

 

SC-SL2NA-E

Central control of up to 64 indoor units including weekly timer function as standard.

SC-SL2NA-E

1. The SC-SL2NA-E is connected to the Superlink- network via 2-core, non-polar wires ('AB' connection).
2. It will monitor and control the start/stop function of up to16 units, or 16 groups of units, with the sixteen operation buttons.
3. It also monitors and controls the following functions for individual units, groups of units or the complete network: operation mode, set point temperature, return air temperature, louvre position, error code. Air flow and center lock function.
4. The unit or group numbers in operation or in need of service are displayed with an LCD.
5. Collective start/stop is also available through the simultaneous on/off button.
6. If a power failure occurs, the SC-SL2NA-E will resume the operation of the system according to a stored operation condition, once power is restored.
7. The SC-SL2NA-E can be connected to an external timer to facilitate timed on/off cycles.
8. The number of units connected to one network are detailed on the table below.

 

 

SC-SL3NA-AE/BE

 

SC-SL3NA-AE

MHI introduces the full colour touch screen central control SC-SL3NAAE/BE, with 7 inch interactive LCD
display. Offers control, monitoring, scheduling and service/maintenance functions for up to 128 indoor units.

Electric power calculation function:
(for SC-SL3NA-BE only)

SC-SL3NA-BE gives outputs as “electric power consumption kW data -each 

indoor unit, each group, each SUPERLINK- system and each power pulse system-” and uses USB memory.

The data can be edited by using the software that comes with the unit.

 

 

SC-WGWNB-A/SC-WGWNB-B (PC Web gateway)

 

SC-WGWNB-A

(SC-WGWNB-B is with electric power calculation function)

Control and monitoring of up to 96 cells (some cells can have two or more indoor units and total number of
indoor units can be up to 128 units) centralised to a network PC using the Superlink- web gateway. Simple
installation is assured with no special software requirements, operation is via Internet Explorer. A low power
embedded CPU and compact flash ROM ensure a large storage capacity with high reliability (no moving parts
such as a PC fan, etc). An IP address filter function combined with three-level user authentication check also
ensures security.

SC-WGWNB-A 1

 

 

BMS interface unit

SC-BGWNA-A/A1, SC-BGWNA-B (BACnet gateway)

 

SC-BGWNA-A

(SC-BGWNA-A1 is with BLT Certification, SC-BGWNA-B is with electric power calculation function)


SC-BGWNA-A/B is an interface device that converts MHI’s Superlink- communication data to BACnet code.
Control and monitoring functions of the a/c system for up to 96 cells (some cells can have two or more indoor
units and total number of indoor units can be up to 128 units) can be integrated to a central control point via
the building management system network.

SC-BGWNA-A 1

 

 

SC-LGWNA-A (LonWorks gateway)

 

SC-LGWNA-A

SC-LGWNA-A is an interface device that converts MHI’s Superlink- communication data to LonWorks code.
Control and monitoring functions of the a/c system for up to 96 indoor units can be integrated to a central
control point via the building management system network.

SC-LGWNA-A 1

 

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