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| Introduction

The Central Control Unit (CCU) is one of the most important aspects of the Carrier BMS.

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It comprises the following.

| Control Mote (CM) Board

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The Control Mote (CM) Board forms the base of the central control unit, it is this that is mounted to a dry wall or a wooden surface in the building and powers the CCU unit. It is on this where the CCU tablet is mounted.

| CCU Tablet

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The Tablet of the central control unit is a device that is used to control and monitor the building/ system level equipment (AHU / RTU). The Carrier BMS software Renatus is installed in this tablet, and system-level profiles are configured to selectively control equipment.

| Renatus

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Renatus is the software part of the central control unit, it is the Carrier's proprietary software, that runs on intelligent algorithms. The Renatus is used to store, retrieve and manage building-level information.

The Facility manager can visualize the Zone level information, the floor level information, and the Profile level information from a CCU. Modify the desired temperature ranges and so on for more possibilities from a CCU.

CCU, the Central Control Unit with the CM Board, Tablet, and Renatus is the master control of the Carrier system. It is this that aggregates all the building-level data to the cloud, using interconnected sensors and smart devices.

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