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Rittal RiTherm App now available for both iPhone and Android smartphones

04 March 2013

Enclosure climate control calculations can now be carried out, on the move, using the Rittal RiTherm smartphone app.

Guiding the user through the usually time-consuming process of calculating climate control requirements for individual enclosure assemblies, Rittal’s RiTherm app uses an intuitive interface for the input of enclosure details and design parameters. Suitable cooling and heating equipment can be selected quickly and easily.

Correctly sized climate control components can be chosen in five steps:

1. Project title – reference line for e-mail
2. Parameters – design temperatures and available supply voltage and frequency
3. Enclosure – enclosure dimensions and position and heat loss of installed equipment
4. Selection – type of cooling solution
5. Recommendation – summary of selected equipment

Results may be viewed either on the smartphone or sent via e-mail.

Providing a compact variant of the full version of the Rittal software 'Therm 6.2', the app is now available for both Android and iOS (iPhone) operating systems.


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