The SLX high output ultraviolet fixture from UV Resources disinfects HVACR airstreams, cooling coils, and drain pans. The SLX fixture, which stands for Single Lamp eXterior-mounted fixture, offers facility managers and building owners an option to disinfect air and surfaces that are typically inaccessible from inside the air handler.
The new Lamp Hour Meter from UV Resources alerts building engineers when to replace their ultraviolet-C (UV-C) lamps to ensure the system continues enhancing indoor environmental quality (IEQ) and HVACR efficiency.
The Remote Lamp Mount (RLM) Small Systems (S/S) ultraviolet (UV-C) lamp fixture kit from UV Resources is designed to deliver ultraviolet energy to destroy coil/drain pan microbial infestations and disinfect moving air streams in hard-to-service fan coil units, PTAC units, and heat pump systems. According to company officials, by inactivating these microbes, the UV small systems kit helps prevent coil inefficiencies, drain pan overflow, and foul odors.
The UV-Com™ Control Panel from UV Resources provides a convenient means of monitoring multiple Ultraviolet “C” (UV-C) fixtures installed in individual AHUs. The UV-Com automates the conventional means of “manually checking” that lamps and ballasts are operational and communicates this lamp status to most BAS/BMS. A single UV-Com control panel can simultaneously monitor up to eight separate UV-C fixtures. Multiple UV-Com panels can be linked together in a daisy-chain sequence in order to monitor as many individual UV-C fixtures as necessary.
Distech Controls introduced its ECx-Light-4DALI, a lighting control expansion module part of Distech Controls’ Smart Room Control solution. The Smart Room Control solution consists of a programmable HVAC controller, lighting (ON/OFF, dimming, and now DALI) and shades/sunblind (up/down and angle rotation) expansion modules, a multi-sensor (motion and luminosity), a personal remote control, room sensor, and a free mobile application.
Check out Engineered Systems magazine’s November 2019 issue continues the discussion of condensation on active chilled beams, examines the dynamic cooling solutions required in data center applications, the implications of USP 800 on pharmaceutical comfort, and much more.