GrayWolf has introduced remote, cloud-based access and control of any of its WiFi-enabled AdvancedSense®, WolfPack® or DirectSense® meters. GrayWolf manufactures various advanced, portable, and semi-permanent monitoring instruments for measurements that include TVOCs, carbon dioxide, formaldehyde, ozone, particulate, air velocity, differential pressure, relative humidity, temperature, carbon monoxide, and much more.
The new PalmScope™ (DCS950) from General Tools & Instruments is a pocket-sized video inspection system built to survive the harsh environments of HVACR maintenance and plumbing. The instrument’s clamshell design allows the camera-tipped probe to be coiled safely and conveniently inside the device.
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.
The new Ashcroft® DG25 digital pressure gauge provides a five full-digit LCD in ranges up to 25,000 psi. Available in accuracies of 0.5% and 0.25% FS, this new design boasts a minimum battery life of 2,000 hours.
These wall panels from CertainTeed Ceiling can be added to building projects for sound absorption and to aid with indoor air quality. The Ecophon® Solo-on-the-Wall panels are available in colors and shapes that can easily blend with any interior design.
Lennox has introduced the SmartAirflow™ system, available on 3- to 5-ton high-efficiency Energence® rooftop units. This new sensor-based system is a factory installed option that measures, controls, and verifies supply and ventilation airflow. The SmartAirflow system increases supply fan power savings and can save an average of 35% of annual ventilation energy consumption, according to the company.
Greenheck’s ICD series of Insulated Control Dampers have earned AMCA’s new certified rating of Energy Efficiency. This new test method, which is found in ANSI/AMCA standard 500D-12, assigns a damper a Thermal Efficiency Ratio (E) by comparing its thermal performance with the thermal performance of a standard reference damper.
Five sizes of Rosenberg's electronically commutated (EC) backward curved fans are now available with 5.5 kW motors for greater power and efficiency. The new fans feature three-phase motors with nominal input voltages of 230V and 460V. They are 100% speed controllable and are CE, UL, and RoHS approved.