Air Handling Unit Applications

Digital Inverter (DI) Air Handling Unit Applications

Toshiba air conditioning handling units enable connection of third party air handling units (with a DX Coil) to Toshiba LC Outdoor units, (DI, SDI and DI-Big).

Featuring universal interfaces with a wide range of cooling capacities (4.6kW to 27.0kW), these air handling unit applications are controlled with a standard Toshiba air conditioning remote controller – available separately – set by DN code adjustment during the installation.

Easy to install, relay isolated inputs prevent accidental wiring errors which may damage the PCB. Input/output signal available; Operation output, AC Fan Motor output, alarm output, external ON/OFF input, safety cut out input.

  • Allows connection of 3rd party AHU to all Toshiba light commercial outdoor units using locally supplied DX coil
  • Controlled via a standard Toshiba remote controller not included (RBC-AMT32E)
  • Compatible with Toshiba control accessories
  • External ON/OFF input
  • Safety cut out input to detect fan failure
  • No additional expansion valves or mechanical equipment required
  • Bespoke easy to use control set up

VRF Air Handling Unit Applications

Enables connection of 3rd party air handling units (with DX coil) to Toshiba VRF outdoor units.

Universal interface with a wide range of cooling capacities (5.6kW to 28.0kW).  Control achieved using a standard Toshiba remote controller, supplied with this kit, set by DN code adjustment during installation.  Relay isolated inputs to prevent accidental wiring errors damaging the PCB.  Input/output signal available:  Operation output, AC fan motor output, alarm output, external On/Off input, safety cut out input.

  • Allows connection of 3rd party AHU to all Toshiba VRF products – MiNi-SMMS, SMMS, SMMSi and SHRMi using locally supplied DX coil
  • Controlled via a standard Toshiba remote controller included (RBC-AMT32E)
  • Compatible with Toshiba control accessories
  • External ON/OFF input
  • Safety cut out input to detect fan failure