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philjd26
26-10-2007, 03:14 AM
hi,i have an chiller its about 20 year old,and was thinkin about re wiring it with more updated controls,anyone know of a controller out there that would be suitable..ie programable inputs and out puts..

rgrds phil

PaulZ
26-10-2007, 04:48 AM
Hi Phil
Carel make a range of controllers that may be suitable. www.careluk.co.uk (http://www.careluk.co.uk) or www.carel.com (http://www.carel.com)
Paul

Tesla
26-10-2007, 09:30 AM
Hi Phill
I'v seen Innotech controllers used for chiller control before and carrel controllers. I am employed as a controls tech and know there are hundreds of controllers to do the job, all you need to specify is the I/O's and control functions to perform like Proportional Intergral loops or CHW Reset. Best bet is something that has a display and you can plug a laptop into for programming and commissioning.

Chris Burton
13-12-2007, 08:25 PM
I've rewired a few units with carel PCO2 controllers plus EXV driver boards running sporlan SE250 valves ran good as gold. I can send you a copy of the drawings if you like:)

al
13-04-2008, 01:14 AM
Phil

Dixell have a chiller controller, the tricoods used to come with it, you can use pressure switches for the fans, have redone some old units like this. PM me if you need any info, i can travel anywhere for a fee!!:)

Al

nike123
13-04-2008, 01:52 AM
hi,i have an chiller its about 20 year old,and was thinkin about re wiring it with more updated controls,anyone know of a controller out there that would be suitable..ie programable inputs and out puts..

rgrds phil

What is number of compressors/power steps and number of refrigerant circuits?

Brian_UK
13-04-2008, 10:31 PM
What is number of compressors/power steps and number of refrigerant circuits?You should have asked him last October :D

nike123
13-04-2008, 10:55 PM
You should have asked him last October :D

I slowly learning that is very important here to look at date of posts.:(