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Description

The Zone Control app allows for the monitoring and controlling of Mitsubishi Electric Cooling & Heating systems. This level of access can be utilized by building or campus managers, maintenance personnel, building owners and homeowners to name a few.
Zone Control can control CITY MULTI® and M- and P-Series systems connected to the M-NET and controlled from one of Mitsubishi Electric's Central Controllers, AE-200, AE-50, AG- 150, EB-50, GB-50, GB-50ADA, or GB-24. The iPhone or iPod Touch's Wi-Fi connection allows Zone Control to communicate to the central controller across a Local Area Network (LAN). Network settings may vary from locations so check with your administrator for any login information that might be needed to access the LAN.
Each indoor unit can be monitored and controlled in terms of:
•On/off
•Mode
•Set temperature
•Space temperature (monitor only)
•Fan speed
•Vane direction
Zone Control is configured through menu-driven settings that support the following:
•Multiple locations
•Multiple controllers per location
•Customizable names for indoors units
(setup may need to be done with support from the installing contractor to create the network access point or assign the indoor unit location names)
Note: You must press the ‘Refresh” button when you are viewing the controllers to update the indoor unit’s settings.

What’s New

Version 1.3.0

1. Updated for iOS 9

Ratings and Reviews

2.3 out of 5
4 Ratings

4 Ratings

Aknycsage ,

Great potential- wish someone would fix

There are some easy fixes here, as the previous reviewer has noted. Mitsubishi has made 70% of the effort; 80% would make this a great app and a real boon to us ag-150 users. I hope someone is listening.

et bostin ,

What happened

Seems like they were going to come out with this app for us commercial uses but then they never updated it again. Would be great to be able to control indoor units when we’re not on premise. This app would’ve been perfect for that. Doesn’t give the name of the indoor units So if you have many indoor units you will never be able to know which one you’re trying to control. Also doesn’t tell you if the unit is on or off just what temperature to set to.

NYC HVAC ,

Needs work

This app was impossible to configure without assistance from Mitsubishi over the phone. Very counter-intuitive. Using it with the AG-150 and it’s working… sort of.

Sometimes the app gets out of sync with the AG-150 and that can be very frustrating because there is no way to tell they are out of sync because it doesn’t give an error or correct itself.

In addition there is no way to tell when the units are actually running (i.e.: cooling or heating) you can only tell if they are set to run. So if the set temp is 72 and the room temp is 74 the UI doesn’t show anything differently than if the set them is 72 and the room temp is 60… this is unfortunate because the multi-citi hardware is variable speed compressor/coolant and fan… lots of opportunity to show how things are running but they haven’t done it.

Also would be useful to see historical data.

Lots of opportunity but clearly no one is updating this software. :(

Information

Seller
Mitsubishi Electric US, INC.
Size
2.3 MB
Category
Utilities
Compatibility

Requires iOS 7.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

Languages

English

Age Rating
Rated 4+
Copyright
© 2017 Mitsubishi Electric HVAC
Price
Free

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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