Evaporator controls for a variety of refrigerants and operating ranges
Danfoss offers a range of evaporator controls with thermostatic expansion valves or with electric expansion valves. The valves can be used for a variety of refrigerants and operating ranges suited for food retail applications.
The evaporator controls with thermostatic expansion valves are designed to ensure precise control of the injection of refrigerant liquid into the evaporators to ensure optimum performance and low energy consumption.
The evaporator controls from Danfoss have functions for regulating/monitoring temperature, defrosting, doors, rail heating, light and fan operation.
With remote communication as a part of ADAP-KOOL® refrigeration control system, evaporator controls comprise monitoring and control of display cases and cold rooms including alarm monitoring. The Danfoss electric expansion valves enable adaptive, automatic refrigeration control with no manual setting required. This provides additional energy savings.
Introducing the next generation case control series: AK-CC55
Danfoss offers a solution that makes it easier than ever to save on adaptive and reliable food retail refrigeration. The new AK-CC55 case controls deliver energy savings of 6-10% compared to the next best alternative. It relies on acknowledged and advanced Danfoss adaptive super-heat algorithms to control refrigerated display cases and cold rooms.
The new ADAP-KOOL® Case Control generation ensures the system providing the same great value as always and now delivers a much better user experience, no matter if you’re an OEM, installer, service technician, or food retailer. For example, the large terminals on the AK-CC55 make it easy to loop the pressure transmitter cable from one controller to the next one.
Features and benefits
Significant energy savings with adaptive super-heat control algorithms and adaptive defrost.
Simplified installation and service with smartphone app and large terminals.
Suitable for any store size with Compact, Single Coil, and Multi Coil variants.
Take user friendliness to the next level with AK-CC55 Connect app
AK-CC55 Connect app is an industry first wireless tool for configuration and service of AK-CC55 controlling refrigerated display cases and cold rooms.
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AK-CC55 is designed with user experience in focus, resulting in bigger connectors and AK-CC55 Connect app. The AK-CC55 platform consist of 4 controllers. AK-CC55 Compact is a standard case controller for TXV/EEV. AK-CC55 Single Coil/UI is an advanced case controller for EEV with adaptive algorithms. AK-CC55 Multi Coil is an advanced case controller controlling from 1 to 3 EEV’s in same refrigeration section.
AK-UI55 is the 3 new modern displays, white LED and a grey plastic surface. It is easy to connect to the AK-CC55 platform with RJ12 connectors. AK-UI55 Info only show information. AK-UI55 Set is designed with 4 menu buttons for easy control. AK-UI55 Bluetooth is with built in Bluetooth communication for wireless communication between the display and a smart phone or device through the AK-CC55 Connect app.
AK-CC 210 is used for temperature control of refrigeration appliances in supermarkets. Flexibility has been planned for both new installations and for service in the refrigeration trade. Modbus or LON communication for system integration with ADAP-KOOL installations is feasible via optional communication modules.
Refrigeration pressure transmitters
Refrigeration pressure transmitters are used for commercial air-conditioning and for commercial and industrial refrigeration applications. They are made in stainless steel to be compatible with fluorinated and natural refrigerants and laser welding with no soft seals ensure hermetic tightness for decades.
Refrigeration temperature sensors
Refrigeration temperature sensors are used for applications within air-conditioning as well as commercial and industrial refrigeration applications. The Pt 1000 sensor element meets the DIN/IES 751 class B requirements and ensures an accurate and reliable temperature signal applicable for regulation, safety, and data logging.
Selecting the right evaporator injection algorithm makes a world of difference
Danfoss has pioneered two control algorithms that help you to achieve this balance. The Minimum Stable Superheat (MSS) algorithm has been an important part of the Danfoss ADAP-KOOL®;offering for years and is still the ideal choice for adaptive evaporator control for dry expansion. Now Danfoss introduces the next generation: Adaptive Liquid Control (ALC).
How smart refrigeration case control makes energy saving simple
As food retailers look to reduce energy bills, every incremental savings counts. Increasing price competition means operating costs have an immediate impact on competitiveness and profitability—and, after staff, energy is the biggest bill most supermarkets have.
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