Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Air-Conditioners Australia (MHIAA) has formalised a partnership with turnkey HVAC solution providers Mass Electronics Group to deliver the local relay model for its latest zoning solution, FlexiZone.

Mass Electronics will provide the MH-4ZRM relay modules to enable FlexiZone to be integrated into Mitsubishi Heavy’s ducted air conditioning systems. It will also allow users to turn off individual zones on or off as needed.

“Our company was in search of a local hardware manufacturer for our four-zone relay model,” says GM Service and Technical for MHIAA John Bolger, Affil.AIRAH. “We required a plug-and-play solution and looked for an innovative, cost-effective, quality solution. This solution was specifically developed with the Australian market in mind.”

Mass Electronics is a privately owned, Australian-based electronics design and manufacture group, providing consultancy and new product development services from its facility at the Brisbane Technology Park. Founded in 1984, the company has won numerous awards and has been featured as a Top 400 Company in Queensland.

“MHIAA were seeking a partner to develop an innovative cost-effective and quality product that would facilitate the simple and efficient connection of their multi-zone air conditioning units and locally procured 24VAC dampers,” says Mass Electronics Managing Director Mike Miranda.

Features of the MH-4ZRM relay module FlexiZone system include a 240VAC to 24VAC transformer (version two only); installation using existing screws and mounting directly to the indoor unit; a custom mounting plate designed for neat and clean installation of the relay module and power transformer; individual relay and on/ off LED indicator for each zone; 24VAC damper motor connection via RJ12 or 3-way push terminals; and coloured wiring for ease of installation.

“As customer requirements evolve, so does our partnership with Mass Electronics,” says Bolger. “We are thrilled to work with a like-minded company built on innovation and customer service.”

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