With our building automation systems, we give you the tools for the job, you take control.
With controls ranging from thermostats and zoning systems to powerful, web-based software products, Carrier places the power to keep your system operating at peak performance at your fingertips. We’re experts in helping you balance the growing need for efficiency with the consistent demand for comfort.
Web-Based Operator Interface
i-Vu® Building Automation System Web-Based Operator Interface. Supports BACnet® and Carrier Comfort Network® (CCN) Communication Protocols
The i-Vu® Building Automation System provides everything you need to access, manage, and control your building, including the powerful i-Vu user interface, plug-and-play BACnet® controllers, and state-of-the-art Carrier equipment. Manage your facility 24/7, 365 days a year with the powerful i-Vu web user interface.
Wall-Mounted User Interface and Configuration Tool for Managing all BACnet® HVAC Equipment in a Building
Carrier’s i-Vu System Touch is an integrated component of the i-Vu Building Automation System. It features an illuminated, 4.3” color pixel touchscreen display and connects directly to a network of Open (BACnet MS/TP), controllers. Designed for wall mounting, it provides building occupants, facility managers, and installers a powerful user interface for managing all of the equipment in a building.
i-VU® Equipment Touch
Wall-Mounted User Interface and Configuration Tool for Managing BACnet® HVAC Equipment
Carrier’s i-Vu Equipment Touch is an integrated component of the i-Vu Building Automation System. It features an illuminated, 4.3” color pixel touchscreen display and connects to a single Open (BACnet) equipment controller. Designed for wall mounting, it provides building occupants, facility managers, and installers a powerful user interface for managing a single piece of HVAC equipment in a building.
Commercial Non-Communicating Programmable Thermostat
Carrier’s 7-day, 5/2-day, or 1-day commercial programmable thermostats offer flexibility, quality, and reliability. The wall-mounted, low-voltage thermostat maintains room temperature by controlling the operation of an HVAC (heating, cooling and ventilation) system. Separate heating and cooling set points and auto-changeover capability allow occupied and unoccupied programming for energy savings. Humidity sensing model allows control of humidity along with room temperature.