multizone system

multizone system

An air-conditioning system which is capable of handling several individually controlled zones simultaneously.
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For instance, the "Party Mode Plus" multizone system lets users play music on up to five Denon devices on their network simultaneously.
A multiroom, multizone system lets you receive different audio or video signals in different parts of the house.
It's a great convenience, but multizone systems can be one of the first sacrifices on a tight budget.
A monitoring program for a multizone system still would be checking for the amount of outdoor air entering the breathing zone for any individual space.
For example, one method for calculation of the zone ventilation effectiveness for multizone systems is given in Appendix A of Standard 62.
Multizone systems with air-cooled chillers and gas heat;
Multizone systems with water-cooled chillers and gas heat; and
Single- and multizone systems feature ground-fault softstart systems, PID output, solid-state digital readouts, and readouts in setpoint or direct thermocouple mode.
This is quite possible in real multizone systems when the critical zone R[a.
Heat pumps were designed to supply the thermal zone, enabling the system to heat or cool according to actual zone needs, therefore avoiding wasteful terminal reheat typical of traditional multizone systems.
Single-and multizone systems feature ground-fault softstart systems, PID output, solid-state digital readouts, and readouts in setpoint or direct thermocouple mode.
Many multizone systems are typically low pressure systems with duct velocities less than 2,200 fpm (11 m/s).
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