Articles Tagged with ''sensors''

BUILDING AUTOMATION

Controls & Occupancy

Existing sensor strategies and newer lighting tech continue the battle against wasteful energy use.
July 1, 2014
Much of the energy usage in a commercial building can be attributed to systems that are operating under the assumption that the building is “occupied.”
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Low-water cutoff controls: Gems Sensors & Controls

May 5, 2014

Gems Sensors & Controls has introduced a new line of compact low-water cutoff devices to provide critical protection for boilers and steam generators. The new LWC-700/720/800 Series offer a variety of configurations and functions for application in most water feed vessels. They feature redundant switches within the liquid level sensors, and electronic controllers to deactivate systems before a water supply problem can damage or create a critical situation in boiler or steam generation equipment. They meet CSD1 requirements and are UL Recognized per UL-353 for “Limit Control.”


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Case In Point

Data center succeeds in search for ideal temps

April 1, 2014
Robert Hunt, manager of enterprise systems management at American Greetings, had one goal in mind — drive out costs related to energy use
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Building Automation

Controls Optimization: No Longer Optional

Updated codes continue the push for better controls work as high performance edges further into the mainstream.
March 1, 2014
At one time, it might have been acceptable to view controls as a “necessary evil” with little attention given to the details of design including sequences and commissioning
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SOR acquires Smart Sensors Inc.

October 8, 2013

SOR Controls Group has purchased Smart Sensors Inc. (SSi).


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Do No Harm: Protecting IAQ In Health Care Settings

Day-to-day operations and the occasional renovation create two sets of distinct threats to IAQ and patient health.
July 1, 2013
Day-to-day operations and the occasional renovation create two sets of distinct threats to IAQ and patient health. From monitoring stations and magnehelic pressure gauges to multiple resources for design and O&M guidance, the author points to recent projects and current wisdom to create a valuable resource.
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Building Automation

Measuring Building Occupancy

Who is in your building? How long are they there? Obtaining this information has its benefits.
July 1, 2013
There are many potential benefits to knowing not only how many people are in a building, but ideally where they are located
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Current sensors: NK Technologies

March 18, 2013

The company’s DS1 Current Sensors are designed to detect very low DC current levels.


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Vaisala announces Humidity 201 seminar series for U.S. and Canada

May 19, 2012

Vaisala has added a new seminar to its Humidity seminar series. "Monitoring & Mapping cGMP environments" was created to help GxP-compliant facilities reduce the risk of deviations being observed during audits and inspections. The new seminar reviews the relevant GMP regulations and guidances around temperature and humidity mapping and monitoring and includes a workshop where participants will get hands-on experience of temperature and humidity validation by Vaisala's experienced validation expert, Paul Daniel.


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Liquid alarms: Control Company

December 12, 2011

Control Company’s inexpensive Liquid Alarm may be placed anywhere. Use it to detect when drums, tanks, flasks, or beakers are close to overfilling. It’s the perfect reminder for unattended filling of any container. The moment a solution touches the sensor, the alarm sounds and a red LED light flashes continually until the liquid no longer touches the sensor.


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