comfort control

comfort control

[′kəm·fərt kən′trōl]
(engineering)
Control of temperature, humidity, flow, and composition of air by using heating and air-conditioning systems, ventilators, or other systems to increase the comfort of people in an enclosure.
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While rented, the thermostat provides guests with functionality that delivers personalized comfort control.
Wellness on long-distance journeys: ENERGIZING comfort control
Features include intelligent driving assistance systems (optional in Levant), Widescreen Cockpit, integrated ENERGIZING comfort control (available as standard in GCC and optional in Levant) and the latest infotainment generation.
The comfort control can be completely deactivated as needed.
The RemoteKEY comfort control makes it possible to open and close the windows via the existing original remote control.
Thanks to the world-first energising comfort control feature, the driver and passengers can now link various comfort systems such as climate control and massage functions.
Thanks to the world-first Energizing comfort control feature, the driver and passengers can now link various comfort systems such as climate control and massage functions.
a bespoke experience: worLd-first weLLness system The world-first ENERGIZING comfort control, a feature
The energizing comfort control links various comfort systems in the vehicle together.
offers a full line of commercial HVAC dampers, a specialty line of comfort control products, and a family of industrial dampers for the oil and gas market.
The new housing is not only visually a nice change, but also provides assistance when installing the retrofit comfort control.
The comfort control for the Chevrolet Corvette C7 is available for 339,00 Euro + tax.