Ensuring a comfortable indoor environment is an important requirement for homeowners.
The challenge, however, can often be delivering home comfort in an efficient manner.
Designed in Australia, Daikin's AirHub touch zone controller is designed to allow homeowners achieve their ultimate comfort when and where it is desired.
The contemporary design features a 7 inch, colour resistive touch screen interface housed in a matte white casing, which can be flush mounted 11 millimetres off the wall for a clean, minimalistic look.
With home typically divided into separate areas or ‘zones’, it makes sense to only air condition zones that are occupied and switch off unoccupied zones.
When used in conjunction with a Daikin premium inverter ducted or inverter cucted air conditioning system, AirHub’s features give users the flexibility to deliver precise temperature control where it is needed.
AirHub is available in two versions depending on the household's requirements: on/off zone control or linear zone control.
Wired or wireless remote temperature sensors temperature sensors are also available.
On/off zone control allows users to control up to eight individual zones.
As zones are turned off, the indoor unit fan speed is automatically reduced to meet the airflow requirements of the remaining open zones resulting in quieter operation and greater energy savings.
Linear zone control enables users to switch up to eight zones on or off as well as set the zone temperature to ±2° Celsius of the master setpoint.
Daikin's OptiZone Control technology automatically regulates the individual zone dampers to deliver precise airflow to meet the temperature settings and heat load of each zone.
This results in the indoor fan and compressor in the outdoor unit adjusting their output to meet the required heat load, bringing superior comfort and energy savings.
For easy monitoring and optimisation of the ducted system’s energy consumption, AirHub offers a number of eco settings such as setpoint range limit, setpoint auto reset and auto off timer.
In addition, the weekly schedule timer, with individual zone timers, allows users to program the system and individual zones on or off at set times of the week.
Providing control anywhere, AirHub can be accessed remotely using the Daikin Airbase app.
Airbase actions include: controlling zones, changing modes and setting timers using a smartphone or tablet with an internet connection.