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1 SmartVFD HVAC and BYPASS Introduction

2 2 Smart Technology to Reduce Electricity Consumption “Today, our continuing progress is restricted…not by the power of pumps, but by the depletion of aquifers.” - Paul Hawken Natural Capitalism What Can We Do? - Generation  Wind, Solar, Geothermal - Transmission  Smart Grid, local generation - Efficiency  Almost everything else including drives Buildings use 40% of US Energy

3 3 Buildings use Massive Amounts of Energy Buildings use 40% of US Energy 74% of electricity is consumed by commercial buildings (source: US DOE, 2008 Building Energy Data Book) More than half of that electricity is used to move air and water Pumps & fans use more than half the world’s energy

4 4 Why Buy Drives: VFDs Reduce Electricity Use VFDs significantly reduce electrical consumption - Most pump and fan systems are oversized to account for maximum loads - Capacity usually exceeds demand - Application of VFDs converts systems to variable flow Green House Gas Reduction - 80% of commercial building CO 2 emission due to electricity consumption VFDs reduce Wear and Tear - Soft Start A VFD provides speed control for a fixed-speed motor

5 5 Opportunities are Everywhere Supply and return fans Cooling Towers Compressors Stairway and parking ventilation Boiler pumps and fans Kitchen Hoods Roof Top Units Air Handlers Elevators Escalators VFDs are a crucial part of energy management systems

6 6 What is a VFD?  V1 C ~ Motor Variable Frequency Drive (VFD) V3V5 V2V4V6 RectifierDC- circuitInverter unit Power Supply Energy Savings based on Proven Technology

7 7 Energy Savings 3/4 motor speed = 42% power 58% power saved 1/2 motor speed = 12.5% power 87.5% power saved % Speed Power Power Savings = Energy Savings Money Saved Motor without VFD At 100% speed = $1,000 Cost Same motor with new VFD At 75% speed = $420 Cost $580 Savings At 50% speed = $125 Cost $875 Savings

8 8 Whole Building Design Honeywell VFDs are crucial to energy management strategies High performance HVAC Equipment % energy savings Whole-Building-Design % energy savings - Design - Specify - Install and Commission - Maintain - Communication

9 9 SmartVFD HVAC Intuitive Interface Easy Commissioning Standard Communication Reliable Protection Effective Operation/Monitoring The SmartVFD for Smart Buildings

10 10 Graphic Interface High resolution Intuitive commissioning Manual in keypad Help screens Real time clock Local/Remote Button Memory in keypad Intuitive, Effective, Consistant SMART

11 11 Communications Standard - RS485  BACnet  N2  Modbus - Ethernet  Modbus/TCP  BACnet/IP - Option Cards  LonWorks  Profibus  CANopen  DeviceNet  Ethernet Built-in Communications

12 12 Built-In Protection DC Choke Varnished boards RFI filter standard Harmonic, RFI, Environmental Protection

13 13 SMART Software Start-up Wizard – Pump/Fan Power loss ride through Fire mode Pump and Fan Cascade Ramp Time Optimizer Maintenance Counters Pump Soft Fill 2 PID Controllers The SmartVFD for Smart Buildings

14 14 SmartVFD BYPASS Low total installed cost Compact size Easy component access NEMA 1, 12, 3R All configurations - Disconnect - 2-contactor - 3-contactor - 3-contactor with AutoBypass, HOA

15 15 Tools SmartVFD Wizard Literature Energy Estimator Selection Tool Take-off Service Harmonic Simulator Technical Support Specify-Select-Install-Operate-Monitor

16 16 http//.customer.honeywell.com/VFD

17 17 Value Proposition – SmartVFDs For Contractors That need an easy to install, complete line of VFDs, cost effective, compatible with multiple communication protocols, strong warranty, technical support, high quality products Honeywell’s Variable Frequency Drives Provide 1) low total installed cost; 2) complete line of drives and bypasses for all HVAC applications; 3) comparably priced throughout the VFD markets served; 4) compatibility with multiple communication protocols; 5)quality products backed by strong warranty and technical support Unlike industrial manufacturers trying to push products in the HVAC segment and low-cost, low-quality manufacturers We do this by applying our building control expertise to a complete line of HVAC VFDs, easy interface for programming and commissioning (PC tools, programming wizards), offering standard communication capabilities (BACnet, ModBus, N2, LON), offering certification training, dedicated technical support and warranty peace of mind As demonstrated by past performance in year over year double-digit growth in the VFD portfolio.


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