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Properly designed home climate system includes heating, air conditioning and ventilation systems. It is extremely important to establish their interaction to ensure the necessary environmental parameters. If this is not done, the situation may be when the radiator heats the air in the room to 24 ° C, the air conditioner tries to cool it to 22 ° C and dry it, and the ventilation system is set to enhanced operation at low humidity. The result - all systems operate at maximum power, the room is not getting to optimal climate.
To avoid such situations, it is best to provide centralized climate control in the home, for example, as part of the Smart Home system.
This solution has several significant advantages:● easy adjustment and change of temperature and mode of operation depending on the time of day and season● turning on the air conditioner in automation and scenarios together with other devices (for example, blocking work with the window open, or changing the operating mode depending on whether someone is in the room)● you do not need to configure several climate systems in the house and check whether their settings will not conflict with each other
The control of the air conditioner is significantly different from the control, for example, of the heating system by means of thermal heads and multi-way valves. After all, we can not interfere with the logic of the control unit set by the manufacturer. However, as a rule, most models of air conditioners have connections for external control devices - additional remotes or controllers. Through this interface, you can set the basic parameters of the air conditioner - on / off, the desired temperature, operating mode (cooling, heating, ventilation, dehumidification, ozonation, etc.) In addition, the controller has access to data on the current state of the air conditioner, such as temperature and humidity in the room, current settings, fault codes and more.
Thus, the air conditioner is easy to integrate into a comprehensive home climate control system. Technically, this is realized depending on the model of the air conditioner - some support direct connection to controllers using, for example, the RS-485 interface. In other cases, you can use specialized adapters.