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.
Extech Instruments launched the SDL700 Pressure Meter and Datalogger. The new handheld meter is designed to measure and monitor pressure conditions in HVAC systems as well as in process control and compressor control systems in industrial settings. The company says the new meter offers users a rugged design with flexible programming configurations and the convenience of datalogging readings in Excel format directly onto an SD card.
Onicon has released a new small pipe configuration of its F-3500 flow meter which extends the low-end of the allowable nominal pipe size range from 3 in to 1.25 in. The company says the small pipe configuration of the F-3500 remains easy to insert and remove without a system shutdown via the unique hot tap design.
A new selection of test and measurement equipment called Digi-Sense™ has been introduced by Davis Instruments. The equipment includes temperature, humidity, airflow, and light meters as well as manometers in an expanding line of products. The company says the tools are rugged enough for rigorous use and arrive precalibrated for time and cost efficiencies.
Spire Metering Technology has released its next-generation handheld ultrasonic flow meter, the Regal Series RH40 Handheld Ultrasonic Flow Meter. The company says the RH40 is engineered to deliver fast, portable non-intrusive flow and energy measurement across a broad array of pipe sizes and applications for water, waste water, heating, cooling, and other liquid flow applications.
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.
Engineered Systems magazine’s May 2020 issue examines the revitalization of air-cooled chillers in data center facilities, the viability (or lack thereof) of duct systems, the impact the coronavirus is having on the built environment, and much more.