Saijo Denki, a frontrunner in manufacturing air conditioners, has developed its innovative technology to integrate Internet of Things (IoT) with monobloc inverter heat pumps ranging from 3 to 35 kW, inverter packaged water-cooled units ranging from 3 to 35 kW, and inverter single-split/multi-split units ranging from 3 to 17 kW.
Drawing upon over 30 years of in-house R&D and continuous technology development, Saijo Denki has become one of the leading air conditioning and heat pump companies in Thailand, capable of manufacturing high-quality inverter and IoT air conditioners.
In 2015, Saijo Denki launched a new model, called ‘IoT heat pump’, which is an Internet-connected air conditioner, using its IoT innovation. This connectivity allows users to control their heat pumps from anywhere in the world, and to receive notification for any errors in multiple languages, including Thai, English, Japanese, Vietnamese, and Arabic. Saijo Denki simultaneously adopted an energy monitoring system, which monitors the power consumption of heat pump units. They also developed a self-diagnostic function for their heat pump system, to inform users of up to 30 errors.