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Bitzer is now offering a range of compressor units for use with the natural refrigerant ammonia (R717). The Bitzer ammonia compressor packs (ACP) are available with a capacity range of 100 to 450 TR. The modular compressor units comprise up to three compressors. For higher capacities, as many as three compressor packs can be connected (up to 9 compressors) and connected to a single controller, increasing the overall capacity up to 1,200 TR. The company says this is ideal for industrial systems.
Telkonet Inc has released The EcoWave™ occupancy-based wireless unitary HVAC controller. The company says the controller is ideal for achieving the balance of energy efficiency and occupant comfort in fan coils, heat pumps, PTACs, and other unitary equipment used in spaces with unpredictable occupancy, such as hotel rooms, dormitories, residence halls, assisted living, public housing, and condominiums. It can be installed as a standalone controller or be networked with the ZigBee® based EcoSmart Intelligent Energy Management System for cloud-based total facility management.
For use with its commercial FHP heat pumps, Bosch Thermotechnology offers a DDC Controller option that is preprogrammed and factory installed to be jobsite ready. The optional FHP DDC Controller is installed with the unit’s Unit Protection Module (UPM) which controls the heat pump’s operations and monitors the safety controls that protect it.
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.
A new Touch Screen Controller from Camfil Air Pollution Control provides full monitoring and control of all functions of an industrial dust collector and associated equipment. The controller is equipped with a touch screen interface that allows ready access to all of its functions. It is designed for use with Farr Gold Series® dust collectors, or other types of collectors if integrated with a motor starter or VFD package.
The AdvancedHVAC controller from Mitsubishi features customizable applications for integrating CITY MULTI® indoor units with third party equipment. Physical inputs and outputs can be used for reading sensors and energizing relays.
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.
Triatek’s Universal Valve Module provides facility managers and engineers increased configuration options for renovations or new installations of pressure control systems in critical care environments. When mated to a Triatek Venturi Valve, the UVM equipped Venturi Valve can be controlled by any controller providing a 0-10V output or a Modbus connection, and can therefore be used on both LON and BACnet BAS networks.
Blue Ridge Technologies has expanded its open and unified lighting control with the release of the Aperio® platform. The manufacturer says the Aperio® platform enables more advanced lighting control applications (daylight harvesting, occupancy/vacancy detection, dimming, and presets) to become an integral part of the building automation system without gateways.
Chromalox is offering a new digital heat trace controller for use with constant wattage, mineral insulated or self-regulating heat trace cables. The model ITC Series intelliTRACE® brand controller is designed for line or ambient sensing heat trace applications in hazardous or non-hazardous areas in industrial settings such as chemical processing, oil and gas exploration, and petrochemical processing.