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  • BTU Meter

    The BTU07 is a full featured and low cost BTU meter with Modbus over RS485 capability developed specifically for sub metering applications. The DFSR737A is unique among BTU meters by having the BTU calculator separate from the flow sensor, which allows the flow meter to be installed where it is needed, but with the BTU calculator and display installed anywhere it is convenient for tenant reading. The BTU07 comes as a set together with the flow and temperature sensors.

  • Chamber Type

     

    Chamber Type Silencers

    Chamber type silencers provide the best noise control across the entire audible range. The basic design incorporates non-resonant side tube arrangements to permit passage of the exhaust gases from one chamber to another. This creates a reversal of flow and develops a predictable amount of back pressure. Another important feature of chamber type silencers is the availability of side inlet exhaust connections. Units of this type, except for spark arrestor designs, can also be supplied with side outlet exhaust connections. These side connections, while having little effect on the pressure drop, will in many instances greatly facilitate installation of the silencer by eliminating the need for elbows in the exhaust piping.

    Silencer Models

    M22

    Residential grade chamber type silencer. Use a model M22 in residential and light industrial areas where background noise is relatively high and constant and the need for higher degrees of silencing is minimal. Expected attenuation is 20 to 25 dBA.

    M32

    Semi-Critical grade chamber type silencer. Use a model M32 in residential areas where background noise is present but not objectionable. In these areas, installation of an M32 on an engine exhaust is intended to bring the noise level down to match the ambient noise levels. Expecteded attenuation is 25 to 32 dBA.

    M42

    Critical grade chamber type silencer. Use a model M42 for quiet residential areas where background noise is relatively low and “critical” grade silencing is required. Expected attenuation is 30 to 38 dBA.

    M52

    Hospital grade chamber type silencer. Use a model M52 for “hospital grade” noise reduction in heavy industrial areas where machinery operates continously around quiet locality. Such as hospitals, shools and quiet residential districts. Expected attenuation is 35 to 42 dBA.

    M62

    Hospital plus grade chamber type silencer. Use a model M62 for the highest degree of silencing in areas requiring “hospital plus” noise reductions. The M62 is presently the top-of-the-line silencer without resorting to multiple silencers in series or custom designed silencers. Expected attenuation is 35 to 50 dBA.

     

  • Compact Type

    Compact Chamber Silencers

    Compact chamber silencers are engineered to provide “critical” to “hospital”” grade attenuation

  • Digi-Touch -D.D.N.L.C

    Digi-Touch

    Digital Device Network for Lighting Control

    Automated Logic’s Digi-Touch® Network dramatically reduces installation and wiring costs of field input devices, while increasing functionality of lighting switches. The Digi-Touch Network allows addressable Digi-Touch wall switches and Digi-Touch Input Modules to communicate with the LC series of Lighting Control Panels.

  • EIKON Logic Builder

    Universally Understood Graphical Programming

    EIKON-LogicBuilder for WebCTRL is the most advanced graphical programming tool in the industry. With the click of a button, you can build complex control algorithms, diagnose problems, and run real-time or simulated operational data to evaluate the performance of a control sequence. EIKON-LogicBuilder makes it easy to understand control sequences as it does not use cryptic “line by line” computer code.

    Key Features and Benefits

    Intuitive graphical programming tool eliminates the need for complex programming or cryptic computer code.

    Powerful library of microblocks (control functions) provide the flexibility to develop simple and complex control sequences.

    Universally understood graphic symbols make control algorithms easy to understand.

    Flexible simulation mode enables the user to view the control routines before system installation which simplifies development and troubleshooting.

    Live Graphic Function Blocks (GFBs) are a valuable troubleshooting tool that allow system performance to be viewed in real time.

    Complete integration with WebCTRL workstation software for seamless facility programming.

    Instant project documentation captures development process.

    An extensive library of sample GFBs provides pre-engineered solutions to many typical HVAC control applications. They can be used as-is, or easily modified in EIKON to meet special requirements.

    Complete compatibility and functionality with BACnet®, ASHRAE’s industry standard protocol, for programming BACnet objects.

  • EIKON Logic Builder

    EIKON®-LogicBuilder for WebCTRL®

     

    Universally Understood Graphical Programming

    EIKON-LogicBuilder for WebCTRL is the most advanced graphical programming tool in the industry. With the click of a button, you can build complex control algorithms, diagnose problems, and run real-time or simulated operational data to evaluate the performance of a control sequence. EIKON-LogicBuilder makes it easy to understand control sequences as it does not use cryptic “line by line” computer code. Key Features and Benefits

    • Intuitive graphical programming tool eliminates the need for complex programming or cryptic computer code.
    • Powerful library of microblocks (control functions) provide the flexibility to develop simple and complex control sequences.
    • Universally understood graphic symbols make control algorithms easy to understand.
    • Flexible simulation mode enables the user to view the control routines before system installation which simplifies development and troubleshooting.
    • Live Graphic Function Blocks (GFBs) are a valuable troubleshooting tool that allow system performance to be viewed in real time.
    • Complete integration with WebCTRL workstation software for seamless facility programming.
    • Instant project documentation captures development process.
    • An extensive library of sample GFBs provides pre-engineered solutions to many typical HVAC control applications. They can be used as-is, or easily modified in EIKON to meet special requirements.
    • Complete compatibility and functionality with BACnet®, ASHRAE’s industry standard protocol, for programming BACnet objects.
  • Electrical Applications

    Electrical systems

    Thermal imaging cameras are commonly used for inspections of

    electrical systems and components in all sizes and shapes.

    The multitude of possible applications for thermal imaging cameras

    within the range of electrical systems can be divided into two

    categories: high voltage and low voltage installations.

    High voltage installations

    Heat is an important factor in high voltage installations. When electrical

    current passes through a resistive element, it generates heat. An

    increased resistance results in an increase in heat.

    Over time the resistance of electrical connections will increase, due

    to loosening and corrosion for instance. The corresponding rise in

    temperature can cause components to fail, resulting in unplanned

    outages and even injuries. In addition, the energy spent on generating

    heat causes unnecessary energy losses. If left unchecked, the heat

    can even rise to the point where connections melt and break down; as

    a result, fires may break out.

    Examples of failures in high-voltage installations that can be detected

    with thermal imaging:

    • Oxidation of high voltage switches

    • Overheated connections •

    Incorrectly secured connections

    • Insulator defects

    These and other issues can be spotted at an early stage with a thermal

    imaging camera. A thermal imaging camera will help you to accurately

    locate the problem, determine the severity of the problem, and

    establish the time frame in which the equipment should be repaired.

    A wide view of a substation can quickly show areas where unwanted high

    resistance connections exist. No other predictive maintenance technology is

    as effective for electrical inspections as thermal imaging.

    One of the many advantages of thermal imaging is the ability to perform

    inspections while electrical systems are under load. Since thermal imaging

    is a non-contact diagnostic method, a thermographer can quickly scan a

    particular piece of equipment from a safe distance, leave the hazardous

    area, return to his office and analyze the data without ever putting himself

    in harm’s way.

    Thermal imaging cameras allow you to inspect high voltage installations

    from a safe distance, increasing worker safety.

    Continuity is very important to utilities since many people rely on their

    services. Therefore thermal imaging inspections have become the core of

    utility predictive maintenance programs throughout the world.

    Thermal imaging cameras are used for inspections of electrical systems and

    components in all sizes and shapes and their use is by no means limited to

    large high voltage applications alone.

    Electrical cabinets and motor control centers are regularly scanned with

    a thermal imaging camera. If left unchecked, heat can rise to a point that

    connections melt and break down; as a result, fires may break out.

    Besides loose connections, electrical systems suffer from load imbalances,

    corrosion, and increases in impedance to current. Thermal inspections can

    quickly locate hot spots, determine the severity of the problem, and help

    establish the time frame in which the equipment should be repaired.

    Examples of failures in low voltage equipment that can be detected with

    thermal imaging:

    • High resistance connections

    • Corroded connections

    • Internal fuse damage

    • Internal circuit breaker faults

    • Poor connections and internal damage

    These and other issues can be spotted at an early stage with a thermal

    imaging camera. This will help to prevent costly damages and to avoid

    dangerous situations.

    Whether you intend to use thermal imaging cameras for

    low voltage inspections in production plants, office facilities,

    hospitals, hotels or domestic residences, FLIR Systems has

    exactly the right thermal imaging camera for the job.

    References: Flir Systems

  • Electrical Applications

    Electrical systems Thermal imaging cameras are commonly used for inspections of electrical systems and components in all sizes and shapes. The multitude of possible applications for thermal imaging cameras within the range of electrical systems can be divided into two categories: high voltage and low voltage installations. High voltage installations Heat is an important factor in high voltage installations. When electrical current passes through a resistive element, it generates heat. An increased resistance results in an increase in heat. Over time the resistance of electrical connections will increase, due to loosening and corrosion for instance. The corresponding rise in temperature can cause components to fail, resulting in unplanned outages and even injuries. In addition, the energy spent on generating heat causes unnecessary energy losses. If left unchecked, the heat can even rise to the point where connections melt and break down; as a result, fires may break out. Examples of failures in high-voltage installations that can be detected with thermal imaging:

    • Oxidation of high voltage switches
    • Overheated connections
    • Incorrectly secured connections
    • Insulator defects

    These and other issues can be spotted at an early stage with a thermal imaging camera. A thermal imaging camera will help you to accurately locate the problem, determine the severity of the problem, and establish the time frame in which the equipment should be repaired. A wide view of a substation can quickly show areas where unwanted high resistance connections exist. No other predictive maintenance technology is as effective for electrical inspections as thermal imaging. One of the many advantages of thermal imaging is the ability to perform inspections while electrical systems are under load. Since thermal imaging is a non-contact diagnostic method, a thermographer can quickly scan a particular piece of equipment from a safe distance, leave the hazardous area, return to his office and analyze the data without ever putting himself in harm’s way. Thermal imaging cameras allow you to inspect high voltage installations from a safe distance, increasing worker safety. Continuity is very important to utilities since many people rely on their services. Therefore thermal imaging inspections have become the core of utility predictive maintenance programs throughout the world. Thermal imaging cameras are used for inspections of electrical systems and components in all sizes and shapes and their use is by no means limited to large high voltage applications alone. Electrical cabinets and motor control centers are regularly scanned with a thermal imaging camera. If left unchecked, heat can rise to a point that connections melt and break down; as a result, fires may break out. Besides loose connections, electrical systems suffer from load imbalances, corrosion, and increases in impedance to current. Thermal inspections can quickly locate hot spots, determine the severity of the problem, and help establish the time frame in which the equipment should be repaired. Examples of failures in low voltage equipment that can be detected with thermal imaging:

    • High resistance connections
    • Corroded connections
    • Internal fuse damage
    • Internal circuit breaker faults
    • Poor connections and internal damage

    These and other issues can be spotted at an early stage with a thermal imaging camera. This will help to prevent costly damages and to avoid dangerous situations. Whether you intend to use thermal imaging cameras for low voltage inspections in production plants, office facilities, hospitals, hotels or domestic residences, FLIR Systems has exactly the right thermal imaging camera for the job. References: Flir Systems

  • Energy Metering for Tenant Billing

    List Price: $0.00

    Our Multi-Circuit Monitor power monitoring system provides a convenient solution for monitoring multiple electrical services which share a common voltage source. It also reports diagnostic information such as power factor, volts, amps, and kVAR, over an RS-485 network using the industry standard Modbus® communication protocol. To protect valuable equipment, it has built-in alarm registers for over- and under-voltage, current, and kVA.

    The monitoring capabilities and open systems compatibility of the H8238 make it the ideal power monitoring solution for OEM, tenant submetering applications, and load management of power distribution units commonly used in internet data centers. The meter is a UL508 open type device without enclosure.

    APPLICATIONS

    Tenant submetering

    Real-time power monitoring

    Activity-based costing

    Managing loads

    Monitor power parameters from up to 8 services with one device

    Save labor and installation costs by monitoring up to eight 3Ø, (or six 3Ø plus neutral current) loads from a single service with common voltage connections

    Eliminates the need to install multiple transducers – fewer components to install…saves time and space

    Easy connection to up to 24 industry standard five-amp CTs

    Modbus communications for efficient data collection

    Improve monitoring system efficiencies by accessing 26 data points per circuit, plus alarms, with one RS-485 drop

    Daisy chain up to 30 units on a single drop…easy wiring

    Field-selectable address, baud rate, parity and wiring connections…simple configuration

  • Equipment P.P.G

    Powerful Gateway

    Automated Logic’s Equipment Portal (EQ-PRTL) sets a new standard for integrating other manufacturers’ equipment into WebCTRL®. EQ-PRTL is a powerful gateway to a single piece of equipment /device using proprietary or open protocols such as Modbus and LonWorks. Support for BACnet® over ARCNET 156 kbps and MS/TP communications are standard.

  • Equipment Portal – Powerful Gateway

    Equipment Portal

    Powerful Gateway

    Automated Logic’s Equipment Portal (EQ-PRTL) sets a new standard for integrating other manufacturers’ equipment into WebCTRL®. EQ-PRTL is a powerful gateway to a single piece of equipment /device using proprietary or open protocols such as Modbus and LonWorks. Support for BACnet® over ARCNET 156 kbps and MS/TP communications are standard.

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