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Pedigree Technologies: Monitoring-Service Mgmt Software

May 16, 2011
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OneView® for HVAC combines continuous equipment performance monitoring with field service management applications to lower service delivery costs, increase efficiency, prevent unplanned downtime and add new revenue streams for service contractors from premium service contracts. It was designed by industry experts to assist facility and operations managers in effectively monitoring and assessing the performance of heating and cooling equipment. The solution is easy to use and does not require an expensive building automation system due to an easily installed sensor kit and intuitive web-based application that works with almost any kind of heating, cooling, or refrigeration unit, the company says. OneView for HVAC uses technology specifically designed to monitor critical variables, including calls for heating or cooling, superheat, and subcooling; components such as fans, motors, and gas valves; pressures; electricity usage; temperature; and overall efficiency. It also uses technology designed to deliver exception-based alarms, alerting of conditions based on user-defined variables; report on real-time cost of operation, historical performance, and overall operational efficiency; and allow the HVAC technician to respond faster, with remote diagnostics of the problem, cutting down the time to repair and downtime for the customer.

Pedigree Technologies, 1810 NDSU Research Circle North, Fargo, ND 58102; 800-470-6581; 701-364-0298 (fax); ptinfo@pedigreetechnologies.com; www.pedigreetechnologies.com

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