Control Link™

Control Link™

The Control Link™ platform is designed to control a single piece of equipment. With factory installation, this controller offers a lower installed cost than many similar devices. With network integration to the E2 Facility Management System, a world of monitoring and maintenance saving options are available.

Its advanced algorithms reduce energy consumption, resulting in better efficiency and lower operating costs. Flexible and highly adaptable, the Control Link platform provides control for almost all kinds of cases such as glass door, walk-ins, and reach-ins. It can be operated as a standalone control or circuited for network capabilities.

Control Link controllers are available in the following models:

  • The Refrigeration System Controller (RSC) is a unique controller for reach-in coolers, reach-in freezers, and self contained refrigeration display cases. With patented compressor control algorithms, equipment uptime is maximized. Select the RSC link to the left to learn more about Control Link RSC.
  • The Walk-In Controller (WIC) provides state-of-the-art control for walk-in freezers and coolers. A rugged enclosure and the latest algorithms enhance energy efficiency while ensuring long-term reliability. Select the WIC link to the left to learn more about Control Link WIC.
  • The Anti-Condensate Controller (ACC) uses patented algorithms to maximize energy savings on glass door cases by controlling anti-condensate heaters more intelligently. Select the ACC link to the left to learn more about Control Link ACC.
  • The Case Display (CD) specializes in monitoring and displaying case data in cases connected to a central refrigeration system. With superheat control, cases are always operated optimally. Select the CD link to the left to learn more about Control Link CD.

Click the appropriate link to learn more about each Control Link model.

Other Useful Links:
Ordering guide for Control Link RSC
Modbus networking instructions for all Control Link models
Control Link RSC installation instructions
Control Link Case Display installation instructions

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