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M52 Controller

Featuring Co-Work

Capable of supporting up to 16 members,

with 32 stages of cooling.

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Product Specifications:


ClimateWorx' M52 controller features a large, easy to read touch-activated LCD display.


Simple icons allow for quick programming and easy to read information. The main display features continuous room and unit status information.

Full P-I-D control logic provides precise environmental control.

System maintains graphic trending of temperature and humidity data over a 24-hour period.

Detailed diagnostics routine and historic event log that keeps latest 50 events stored, allows for easy fault analysis.

Multiple programmable alarm settings to assure safe operations.

Three levels of security provide for the assignment of different levels of access and protects against unauthorized changes to equipment settings.

The controller is network ready for multiple units using the built-in powerful Co-Work network logic.

Our controller is at the heart of all of ClimateWorx' product intelligence. Co-Work is based on a unique multi-master network system designed by ClimateWorx to maximize performance, reliability and manageability of our precision air conditioning systems. Its six key control functions guarantee the highest possible degree of on-site connectivity utilizing built-in IIC communication bus. An optional remote mounted panel allows for remote monitoring and control in a LAN environment. A common alarm output can be used for auto dialing an emergency response unit for remote sites.

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Control Redundancy means a Co-Work network is not dependent on a single designated master controller. Should a master controller experience technical difficulty, the system will automatically assign another controller to take on the master's duties. Therefore, the network actually has multiple masters, providing maximum redundancy and added protection.

Duty Sharing equalizes runtime and standby time for all units in a network by coordinating the operation of standby and duty units based on accumulated runtime. This increases the network's reliability.

Data Synchronization allows the operator to review and change operational data at any random unit in the network. All changes will automatically be communicated and reset across all the units in the network, simplifying operations.

Expansion of Control Steps provides for precise capacity matching with up to 8 steps of control. This means optimum operating efficiency and maximum system reliability.

Control Value Averaging avoids units fighting each other in the network by exchanging and averaging temperature and relative humidity sensor data between units in one space.

Sequential Load Activation provides for a coordinated activation of components for each unit in the network in order to minimize in-rush currents when components in a system are activated or deactivated at the same time due to power disruption.

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