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May 25, 2009
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Tridium has announced the availability of the JACE-202-XPR, a new embedded controller designed for remote monitoring and a wide range of control applications. The JACE-202-XPR combines integrated control, supervision, data logging, alarming scheduling and network management functions, integrated I/O and optional GPRS modem connectivity with Internet connectivity and Web serving capabilities.

The JACE-202-XPR is designed to provide for quick-turn installations at low costs while offering a new style that's ideal for both finished as well as unfinished spaces. The JACE-202-XPR brings the benefits of the NiagaraAX Framework® to new construction, retrofits, and new markets such as large scale, high-density residential buildings, multi-use residential/commercial villages, or multiple retail/restaurant chain stores. In addition, this controller is designed for managing and controlling energy applications that allow buildings to become more efficient and reduce energy costs.

 The unique packaging of the JACE-202-XPR incorporates a processor board with onboard I/O and universal power supply housed in an easy-to-mount, accessible stylized chassis.  Great care has been taken in the designing of this unit in order to minimize installation time and cost, ease accessibility to wiring during the installation process, and to protect from the unauthorized access when operational. 

The JACE-202-XPR will begin shipping the week of July 13th.

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