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The new JS Series BACnet thermostat from Jackson Systems combines the power of a space-mounted equipment controller with built-in temperature and humidity. The thermostats include a wide range of factory supplied programs for the following applications: two-pipe and four-pipe fan coil units, roof top units, heat pump units and packaged and split unitary systems.
The ASHRAE BACnet committee has approved an update to BACnet/web services (WS) in an effort to better support more sophisticated needs such as smart grid and energy management.
Modine has introduced the redesigned Airedale ClassMate® single packaged vertical DX and heat pump system. According to the company, the ClassMate offers efficiency, noise reduction, and a smaller footprint, providing great flexibility for school installations. The ClassMate is offered in four capacities in two cabinet sizes. Also, EER is boosted up to 12% over the existing ClassMate HE for integrated part-load values up to 16.1.
Carrier introduced the latest release of its i-Vu® web-based BACnet® building automation system, which now offers full support for both Carrier Comfort Network® (CCN) and Carrier i-Vu Open (BACnet) systems.
BACnet is now an option on all Allied Commercial K-Series packaged rooftop equipment.
Continental Control Systems’ WattNode® BACnet® meter has received BACnet Testing Laboratory certification. The meter complements the company’s Modbus® and LonWorks® meters, providing almost any building automation system with seamless access to electrical system measurements including power, energy, voltage, current, and power factor.
ASHRAE recently made changes to its newly published BACnet standard, which the association said will encourage smart lighting controls and other building automation controls systems.