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General Purpose Controller

Auxiliary Building Control for Lighting, Fans, Pumps and Other HVAC Equipment

The Universal Controller provides auxiliary building control to interface with lighting, fans, pumps and other HVAC equipment in a stand-alone or Carrier networked environment using closed loop, direct digital controls. The Universal Controller's pre-engineered algorithms provide simple building integration for small-to-medium commercial applications with 16 field point capability (8 inputs and 8 outputs).


  • Integrates auxiliary building system control
  • Controls non-Carrier equipment and Carrier HVAC equipment not equipped with Product Integrated Controls, using the Carrier communicating network
  • Compatible with all standard Carrier network user interfaces
  • Stand-alone control and monitoring of up to 16 field points, using proven algorithms
  • Two LEDs, conveniently located on the front of the module, indicate processor status (red) and communication bus status (yellow)
  • Local connection for Carrier network
  • Total facilities management when linked to a Carrier network
  • Three-day backup of clock and data such as Runtime and Consumable
  • Batteries are not required
  • Uses any standard, field-supplied 24 vac, 60 va transformer


  • Constant Volume (CV) Cooling and Heating Control
  • Dehumidification
  • CV Mixed Air Damper Optimization
  • Fan Control
  • Pump Control
  • Lighting Control
  • Indoor Air Quality
  • Generic PID Control
  • Time Scheduling with/without Override
  • Analog Temperature Control
  • Discrete Interlock
  • Discrete Staging Control
  • Permissive Interlock
  • Nighttime Free Cooling
  • Set Point Reset
  • Optimal Start/Stop
  • Linkage to airside systems
  • Optimizes efficiency by fully integrating all HVAC operations

8 Inputs

  • Each input (1 to 8) can be used as a discrete, analog, or temperature input
  • Discrete inputs can be dry contact or pulsed dry contact
  • Analog inputs can be 4 to 20 mA or 0 to 10 vdc
  • Temperature inputs can be 5K or 10K ohm thermistors

8 Outputs

  • Each output (1 to 8) can be discrete or analog
  • Discrete outputs are 24 vdc at 80 mA
  • Analog outputs are 4 to 20 mA or 0 to 10 vdc (varies with point type)

Carrier Network Features

  • Alarm processing, messages, and annunciation
  • Runtime, history, and consumable data collection and report generation
  • Demand limiting
  • Broadcast of data such as outside-air temperature, outside air humidity, and time of day
  • Timed overrides for use with Tenant Billing
  • Airside linkage

Enclosure and Power Supply

  • Designed so that it can be easily installed in a field-supplied NEMA-1 enclosure
  • Uses any standard, Class II, SELVcompatible, field-supplied 24 vac, 60 va transformer