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Powerhouse Dynamics has expanded the remote equipment control functionality of its enterprise energy and asset management system. In addition, the company reported that the system has been renamed SiteSage™, replacing the eMonitor™ name under which it has been known. SiteSage is designed for multi-site operators of small commercial facilities, such as restaurant, convenience store, and specialty retail chains. According to the company, the new SiteSage Controller has the ability to control equipment and has been extended beyond HVAC to any equipment including lighting.
ASHRAE is seeking papers for a conference focused on research in building design and system technologies for energy efficiency.
Mitsubishi Electric US has launched the new SmartME Zone Controller. The controller is a single-source integrated controls product for commercial HVAC systems of all sizes. The company says the advanced functions include temperature and humidity sensors, as well as an energy save setting, which controls the operation mode using a built-in occupancy and brightness sensors.
Tutco Inc. launched its newest commercial-grade VAV heater. Flip-able in nature, this single duct VAV re-heat system offers the convenience of using one heater for multiple positions.
Mitsubishi Electric U.S. Cooling & Heating Division is now offering the CITY MULTI® VRF Dedicated Outdoor Air System. The system is designed to supply outdoor ventilation air to a building independent of the HVAC air distribution or conditioning system.
Stinger UV-C fixturing from UV Resources is designed to destroy surface microbes and degrade organic materials that impede HVAC system efficiency, as well as contribute to allergies, poor IAQ, and airborne-transmitted disease.
The High-Output DEF (Double Ended Fixture) ultraviolet lamp series from UV Resources can be easily installed in most any HVAC system to destroy coil/drain pan microbial infestations and disinfect moving air streams.
“Optimizing HVAC System Performance” is the title of an upcoming regional seminar from AABC. The Associated Air Balance Council will bring the one-day seminar to the Hilton Baltimore on May 17.