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ClimateTalk 2.0 Standard
We are very pleased to announce the release of ClimateTalk Version 2.0,
which now includes profiles for zone controls and water heaters. The
new application profiles help the HVAC industry stay at the forefront
of the Connected Home and enable digital communication, plug and play
installation, and interoperability of new devices on the existing
ClimateTalk network, which previously supported HVAC systems.
“The ability of the ClimateTalk Alliance to develop new industry standards offers unlimited possibilities for advanced control and differentiation of solutions and is a testament to the potential open standards has to change our industry,” says Ron Bartos, Director of Electronics and Water Systems, A.O. Smith Corporate Technology Center.
ClimateTalk Version 2.0 is backward compatible with Version 1.0 devices
and includes capabilities for expanded node count and support for up to
five zones or water heaters on a single network. The ClimateTalk
network architecture has also been advanced to support the next phase
of development, including wireless nodes and solutions leveraging
industry standards such as Wi-Fi, Bluetooth® and Zigbee® protocols.
“The ClimateTalk zone profile gives us the ability to match the
capacity of the HVAC system to the demand load of the home, providing
optimum comfort and maximum energy savings,” says Dick Foster,
President of ZONEFIRST. “The plug and play capabilities of
ClimateTalk make communicating zone controls attractive for both legacy
and communicating HVAC system installations.”
“With an open standard and engagement in the Alliance we are able to
ensure the standards meet our needs and offer advanced zoning solutions
to our customers at a fraction of the cost of going it alone,” says
Mike Reilly, V.P. of marketing for EWC Controls.
The ClimateTalk 2.0 Open Standards package is available for review on
the ClimateTalk Alliance website. Membership in the Alliance is a
requirement to manufacture products to the standards. For more
information, contact Diana Roberson, Executive Director at Executivedirector@climatetalk.org.
New ClimateTalk Alliance Website
Check out the new ClimateTalk Alliance website. We’ve made it easier to access the important information you are looking for, including the latest news and developments. If you are wondering if now is the time to join the Alliance, let us assure you, it is. But if you need another opinion, check out the video testimonials from some of our biggest supporters.
Don’t let another year slip by without your participation or having a say in the direction of the standard. Contact Patrick Lancaster, ClimateTalk Alliance Development Manager, to find out how to join. firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information about the ClimateTalk Alliance visit http://www.climatetalkalliance.org/
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