Schneider Electric has introduced a new drive that combines the Lexium 32 servo controller and the Lexium BMH servo motor into a single unit. The servo controller is installed directly in the machine as opposed to the control cabinet, which reduces the installation effort and eliminates the need for shielded motor cables.
The new Fluke Ti400 infrared camera can test and measure with wireless speed and is capable of connecting with other wireless devices. The infrared camera is equipped with LaserSharp™ AutoFocus, which the company says will help perfect focused images each time it is used.
Seresco USA Inc. has introduced its NV-Series indoor swimming pool ventilation product line featuring a small footprint, light weight, and high efficiencies. The company claims the NV-Series taps the growing natatorium trend of specifying economically-operated, simple-to-maintain, non-compressorized ventilation units for space temperature and relative humidity control in geographical areas with ideal cooler, drier summer climates.
Trane is introducing a newly redesigned family of configurable terminal products. The company says it is a complete offering that delivers improved efficiency, ease of installation, acoustics, and temperature control.
Spirax Sarco has introduced its new AEL 5 series electric actuator range for ½-in to 4-in control valves. The AEL 5 series electric actuators are reversible having linear output. Its internal components such as the PCB, positioner card, and limited switches are affixed to a more durable and sturdy aluminum support for holding and/or fitting accessories.
Johnson Controls launched the new York® Prestige™ rooftop units, which match the footprints of other manufacturers’ units. The new design reduces installation complexities and saves contractors time by eliminating the need for a curb adapter, which is typically required when a new unit does not identically match the existing unit footprint.
Available in the 15- to 25-tonnage range, the new Trane® Foundation™ light-commercial rooftop units feature a dual-footprint design that can directly replace up to two-thirds of existing units without adaptor curbs.
Cambridge Engineering has introduced a new line of Blow-Thru® Direct Gas-Fired Space Heaters designed to efficiently and safely heat smaller commercial and industrial facilities. The new line of space heaters, called the Cambridge SA-Series, uses the same technology as the larger ultra high-efficiency Cambridge S-Series, but is sized for smaller applications.
The high-profile equipment involves an efficient, resilient trigeneration plant to provide heating, cooling, and power service. However, UConn’s most critical asset may be its forward-thinking, campus-wide energy strategy. Read more stories in June Issue 2017.