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| Overview

Globalization is a concept of bringing in different units for a particular parameter into the system and also allowing the installers, and facility managers to set the preferred unit for a particular parameter which is measured and displayed by the Carrier system. This is implemented in the portals of the Carrier system to provide different units support for the following parameters as below, and in the CCU with the unit support for temperature as Celsius, with a toggle button to switch between Fahrenheit and Celsius. 

Parameters Units


℃, ℉

Energy Consumption kWh, kBTU, tonrefh, GJ
Airflow Volume cfm, m3h, L/min, L/s
Air Pressure inH2O, mmH2O, cmH2O, Pa
Water Pressure bar, psi, kPa
Water Flow gal/min, m3h, L/min, L/s

| References

For the enhancement in the portals as apart of globalization, to set the unit preference for the user, refer the User preference management section in User Management - Internal

For the enhancement in the CCU as a part of globalization refer to Celsius Support in CCU

With the above parameters units and based on the country/continent/organization/ user preferences the units for the parameters can be set. Once the unit preference for the parameters are set, the Carrier system measures and displays the parameter with the preferred units, in all the applicable places in the system.

Note: The unit preferences set from the portals take effect only in the portals and do not cascade to the CCU, and the unit preference set in the CCU takes effect only in the CCU and does not cascade to the portals. 

Once unit preference for temperature is set to Celsius in the portals, the same takes effect in the heatmap screens, Visualizations and user intent under zone settings sections as below.

| Heatmap 

| Visualizations

| User Intent

Note: Just like the Fahrenheit mode the user intent for the desired temperatures are incremented or decremented in 0.5 ℃

For the conversion and rounding off mechanized refer Fahrenheit & Celsius- Conversion Rounding off Strategy




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