Schneider’s Altivar 212 mobile app and iPad converter cable

Alyssa Dalton
November 21, 2013
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November 21, 2013 - Schneider Electric has launched the Altivar 212 mobile programming application and drive to iPad converter cable, which allow users to perform all Altivar 212 and S-Flex drives programming through Apple iPads. The app enables an iPad to function as a drive keypad for set up using pre-loaded common default parameters for HVAC fan and pump applications, significantly streamlining the configuration process, says Schneider. Entire job close-out files can be loaded on an iPad and presented to a building owner for retention. Motor data for each fan or pump is also stored inside the app should it be required to reset the drive to the original settings loaded by the service technician during building commissioning.

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