It seems rather simple to monitor and control the different refrigeration systems in your client’s facility. However, if your client owns several facilities, your job can rapidly transform from manageable and streamlined to complicated, time-consuming, and complex. Such an endeavor will require continual attention and constant monitoring from you, your staff, and your customers. This is where Remote Refrigeration Control comes into play.
Remote Refrigeration Control is a revolutionary new solution from Heatcraft which can be purchased from certified wholesalers, such as The Larson Company. RRC allows both you and your customers to monitor and control the refrigeration system completely remotely. This allows for big improvements in energy efficiency, as well as more streamlined operations of whole facilities. If you are unfamiliar with what RRC is and which systems are supported, it’s time to learn more about it.
What is RRC?
Remote Refrigeration Control, or RRC for short, is a system for monitoring and control entirely based around remote operations and internet connectivity. It gives your clients the opportunity to access and manage their refrigeration system from a remote location. RRC represents an efficient, intuitive, and convenient method for refrigeration control. It works from any location in the world and from any available browser.
This kind of capability eliminates the need for the owner and the maintenance personnel to be constantly on-site to control and maintain the system. Remote Refrigeration Control also serves to monitor the refrigeration unit, including the control and modification of different control parameters, box temperature control, as well as sending and receiving notifications.
What does remote refrigeration control offer?
Remote Refrigeration Control illustrates a contemporary approach to traditional management, monitoring, maintenance, and control of various refrigeration systems. As such, it has numerous modern features that not only enable straightforward, streamlined, and seamless operations but also offer numerous benefits, such as:
Benefits for your customers
First and foremost, your customers will receive the following benefits if they choose to implement Remote Refrigeration Control as part of their refrigeration system:
- Receiving current and real-time system information
- Automatic smart alerts in case of various problems
- Detailed system reports via email
- You customers gets to see all the vital plant data completely remotely
- Your customer can create adjustments to their refrigeration system remotely
Benefits for the contractors
However, it is not only your customers who will receive numerous advantages after implementing a Remote Refrigeration System. You can also reap the benefits of this modern technology, including:
- Immediate SMS alarm notifications that require your attention
- Remote login capability for analyzing essential information off-site
- Prioritizing your workload based on the inflow of current information
- Changes in performance that indicate the immediate need for system servicing
- No more emergency call-outs due to remote monitoring capability of RRC
- Less time wasted, more streamlined operations, and greater service profitability
What systems are supported with RRC?
Remote Refrigeration Control has another great advantage over traditional systems – not only is it available for cutting-edge refrigeration solutions, but it also provides retrofitting capability. This means that your customers can experience the boons of RRC without having to replace their entire refrigeration system. RRC is available for two main systems:
This system is an RRC system preassembled in the factory and features an expansion valve, microcomputer, and an internal control board. It can operate with single or multiple evaporators simultaneously. It is a good solution for restaurants and convenience stores, but it also meets more demanding refrigeration needs.
This system is a heat pump-based HVAC solution that has vertical condensing, evaporators, and several unit coolers. It features an electronic defrosting system and has the capability for automatically adjusting system conditions to retain optimal levels of performance.