Controlling the operation of your pneumatic equipment is always guaranteed to provide you with higher chances of getting the best out of your business, and this is true for the Optimizer 4.0 center console.
It is known that the Optimizer 4.0 central control units fully support the operation of Atlas Copco and other brands’ equipment under the air network, in addition to that it supports the operation of up to 3 networks within your factory or company.
The importance of the optimizer 4.0 central control units is that it makes it easier for you to use more than one compressor or dryer in your compressed air system, as it can determine the device to be operated and the appropriate timing for that.
If your compressed air system consists of different types of air compressors of different capacities meaning that the system consists of VSD compressors and constant speed compressors, then in this case the optimizer 4.0 central control units give you the guarantee of getting continuous air compressors.
Ensuring that the compressors run without stopping helps reduce downtime that has a downside to the business, and the possibility of connecting older devices to the control units is available and this makes the entire compressor installation update process relatively easy.
The Optimizer 4.0 center console, the latest in Atlas Copco, ensures significant energy savings and conservation; 70% of the life cycle cost of a typical compressor installation goes to energy consumption.
Centralized Controllers Optimizer 4.0 selects the best range of machines to output the required air output in the most efficient way, and also prioritizes the use of economical machines and scheduling shutdowns to avoid unexpected costs during non-production hours.
Through the use of Optimizer 4.0 central controllers, the most benefit related to saving and reducing energy consumption can be achieved, and the benefits are as follows:
1- Saving energy and improving efficiency.
2- Giving priority to newly released compressors at work over old version compressors.
3- Scheduling shutdowns for compressors to avoid unexpected costs during non-production hours.
4- Reducing maintenance costs thanks to the sequence of total operating hours.