ADC Series analog-to-digital signal converters readily accept analog signals from up to eight loop or separately powered sensors, including current, voltage, and temperature, and seamlessly convert them to a digital-signal output that interfaces with the industry standard Modbus RTU digital protocol using a single network address.
Lynxspring, a manufacturer and distributor of automation infrastructure technology and device-to-enterprise integration solutions, and SCL Elements, the manufacturer of CAN2GO products, have announced a strategic OEM relationship between their companies for sales and service of the CAN2GO product line to Lynxspring's channel of more than 150 integrators and OEMs.
The Independent Representative Council (IRC), a group of independent contractors specializing in building environmental and security-system controls and services, has a new name: InsideIQ Building Automation Alliance.
Automated Logic, Kennesaw, Ga., has been selected by PNC Financial Services Group to provide the building-automation system for The Tower at PNC Plaza, a 32-story, 781,000-sq-ft office building that will be located in downtown Pittsburgh. The building is expected to surpass Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Platinum, the U.S. Green Building Council's (USGBC’s) highest rating, and aspires to be “the world's greenest high-rise.”
The CP3 3-Series Control System provides a platform that simplifies the design, integration, and control of lighting, HVAC, energy management, building-management, and other connected systems in commercial buildings, hotels, universities, casinos, schools, and multi-campus environments.
A new version of a patented demand-limiting controller (DLC) from Save Energy America incorporates a number of features to serve small- to mid-sized commercial buildings that have three or more HVAC units.
The need to increase energy efficiency and savings while implementing green and sustainable measures, coupled with legislation such as the Energy Policy Act of 2005 and the Energy Independence and Security Act of 2007 that imposes certain energy-efficiency standards on buildings is driving strong growth in the building-automation systems (BAS) market.