Air Conditioning Installer? AirTouch adds value to the homeowner's ducted reverse cycle system, in our newest videos find out how easy it is to install and how it works behind the scenes.
- Introduction to AirTouch
- Mounting to a Wall
- Connecting to WiFi
- Balancing with AirTouch
- Configuring Temerpature Sensors
- Wiring Up
Now Air Conditioning installers can offer a fully integrated zone management and AC unit control system. AirTouch adds value to any ducted reverse cycle system with a smart touch panel and remote app control. Through the control module hidden in the roof space, AirTouch regulates airflow by being connected to Polyaire’s range of dampers.
Mounting AirTouch to the Wall
The AirTouch panel is wall mounted. It is easy to install by screwing the mounting bracket to a wall, and then the touch panel clicks, and locks into place. If ever you need to remove the panel, simply push upwards on it from the base.
Connecting AirTouch to WiFi
One of the great features about AirTouch, is the AirTouch app. For this to work, AirTouch needs a connection to the internet via WiFi.
Balancing with AirTouch
AirTouch makes balancing ducted air conditioning zones easy, with an easy balance feature in the installer settings on the touch screen. No need to manually adjust air dampers now, all you need to do is visit the wall mounted touch screen!
Configuring Temerpature Sensors
For AirTouch to work correctly, it needs to monitor temperatures. It does this in real time, through either a sensor in the touch pad, a return air sensor, or if the user has opted for the Individual Temperature Control (ITC) feature, wireless sensors around the house.
Wiring up AirTouch
Wiring each module of the AirTouch system is easy. AirTouch uses simple latch type cables for power and communications.