Extech Instruments introduced the Extech MN62-K, a kit that includes Extech’s MA62 True RMS digital multimeter and the DV23 AC voltage detector. The company says the kit is optimized for electrical installations and repairs in residential or commercial wiring, HVACR work, and plant maintenance.
Delta Controls has debuted the eZNTW, an advanced BACnet thermostat that expands the company’s enteliZONE thermostat product line. The company says its eZNTW boasts unique communications capabilities, such as onboard WiFi to make it IoT-ready and enOcean® wireless capabilities for HVAC controls and in-room integration with a variety of peripheral products, such as lighting, blinds, and door contact. The eZNTW also features a wide-range of sensing applications, from basic temperature monitoring to indoor air quality and occupancy sensing.
Taco has expanded its SelfSensing pump capabilities with the addition of CI and FI end suction pumps. The company says it is the first pump manufacturer to offer SelfSensing end suction pumps and the first to offer drives with a SelfSensing bypass option.
Honeywell has introduced its Silent Knight® low frequency sounders and sounder bases, plus an amplifier to provide code-mandated backup power capabilities for emergency communication systems. To satisfy specifiers’ demand for more secure fire and emergency voice communications, the company claims a unique amplifier has been developed by the Silent Knight team to provide backup power capabilities for the IntelliKnight 5820XL-EVS emergency voice system.
Fulton Companies has expanded its condensing hydronic boiler offering. The Endura™ boiler is now available in 750,000 (EDR-750) and 1 million (EDR-1000) Btuh model sizes. Released in 2013, Fulton previously offered the Endura in 1.5 million (EDR-1500) and 2 million (EDR-2000) Btuh sizes.
Veris Industries has introduced the E5xxxA Series to its line of power and energy meters. The company says the series combines the metering performance expected from the traditional E5x family with the addition of a built-in integrator and power supply for the needed rope style CTs.
Why was one floor’s laboratory ventilation failing to keep up, when it was even the closest floor to the rooftop fans? Some system sleuthing led two engineers to a fitting conclusion. Read more stories in May Issue 2017.