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Valves: Belimo Americas

February 27, 2012
KEYWORDS automation / belimo / energy
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BelimoThe Belimo Energy Valveäis a pressure-independent control valve.

Belimo Americas has introduced the new Belimo Energy Valveäwith patented technology.

The Energy Valve combines all of the following components:

  • Belimo CCV (Characterized Control Valve)
  • Electromagnetic flow sensor
  • Advanced control options with Belimo Delta T Manager™
  • Supply and return water temperature sensors for energy management
  • BACnet MS/TP or BACnet IP network communication

The Energy Valve is a pressure independent characterized control valve that is multi-tasking at all times to optimize the coil performance. The Energy Valve not only keeps owners and/or operators informed on coil performance, it has the Belimo Delta T Manager built-in, helping operators analyze and fine tune performance under any and all conditions.  The valve communicates directly with the Building Automation System (BAS) system so operators can continuously:

  • Analyze the installed power efficiency of each and every coil.
  • Document and create history reports on coil performance.
  • Optimize performance using advanced algorithms.

At the same time, the Energy Valve provides the same reliable, automatic, pressure independent flow control for which Belimo is famous.

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