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Making Reoccupied Premises Safer

29.07.2021, 00:54 Making Reoccupied Premises Safer Jenton Group is claiming 99.99 per cent efficacy for Torpedo Quad, the new UV air disinfection unit developed by its JenAct subsidiary to keep ducted air conditioning systems free of SARS-CoV-2.   UVC radiation has been proven to be effective at disinfecting airborne viruses, with a considerable amount of…

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Wireless Modbus Data Concentrator for Ethernet Networking

30.03.2021, 21:22 Wireless Modbus Data Concentrator for Ethernet Networking The new MDC-211-WF Modbus data concentrator from ICP DAS USA supports RS-232, RS-485 and Wi-Fi connectivity between Ethernet control and communication networks.   MDC-211-WF reads the data on connected Modbus RTU devices according to the user-defined command table then integrates the data from different Modbus RTU…

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Next-Gen Telecoms Climate Control

30.11.2020, 11:56 Next-Gen Telecoms Climate Control STULZ has added CabinetAir PRT to its Shelter Cooling solutions portfolio for controlling the temperature of outdoor multifunction telecommunications cabinets.   By combining the benefits of mechanical cooling with energy saving direct free cooling technology, CabinetAir PRT operates at a temperature range of -20°C to 60° Centigrade even during…

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Smart Sensor Wins BCIA Award

21.09.2020, 12:23 Smart Sensor Wins BCIA Award Sontay’s Smart Sensor for intelligent building applications has been selected for a “Technical Innovation of the Year” prize at this year’s virtual Building Controls Industry Association (BCIA) awards The BCIA awards’ panellists commended the company on its innovative sensor which enables greater comfort and control for end users…

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Retrofitting Redundant Industrial Alarms

22.01.2020, 17:36 Retrofitting Redundant Industrial Alarms Gary Bradshaw, director at remote monitoring specialist Omniflex, case-studies best practice in upgrading obsolete industrial alarm systems.   Far too many annunciation systems installed in industrial facilities during the 1980s and 1990s are redundant today and unsupported by the original manufacturer. Worryingly, many of these are no longer able…

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