Chillgard variable refrigerant flow (VRF) Refrigerant Detectors operate with a stable zero baseline. PAIR technology eliminates sensor drift and allows operation for lengthy periods over temperatures ranging from 32° to 140°F, 0° to 60°C, and 0-95 percent relative humidity levels without adjustment or maintenance.
The SENTRY is designed specifically as a compressed air monitor and alarm system. It senses the dew point, frost point, and pressure in industrial compressed air systems and activates two alarm functions giving visible and audible indications if the compressed-air dew point/frost point increases or pressure decreases beyond user-configurable set points.
Winner from the Roanoke/Blacksburg region is a creator of flux sensors and thermal instrumentation
October 10, 2016
Village Capital and the Commonwealth of Virginia have announced the winners of the first-ever Virginia Velocity Tour Business Plan Competition. One of winners was FluxTeq, a manufacturer of sensors and instrumentation for applications including HVAC.
These sensors are a crucial component of the growing intelligent buildings market
September 29, 2016
The advanced sensor market is poised for significant growth in the next decade as intelligent building solutions gain deeper market penetration across customer segments and geographies, notes Navigant Research.
Current’s sensing technology to help optimize office space, enhance employee comfort
September 26, 2016
The Qualcomm Smart Campus in San Diego is adding smart digital sensing technology from Current, powered by GE. GE and Qualcomm announced that Current’s sensors, microservices, and intelligent LED infrastructure will help drive more energy efficiency and operational savings.
These sensors are a key enabling device in the evolution of intelligent building solutions
February 1, 2016
By providing data that can improve building performance, advanced sensors play a critical role in transforming regular facilities into intelligent buildings, notes Navigant Research. These devices can strengthen the operations of specific building systems, such as HVAC and lighting, but also support more comprehensive business strategies.
Facility Will Serve Customers Across Several Industries, Including HVAC
January 1, 2015
TE Connectivity Ltd. has opened a new facility to design and manufacture engineered temperature sensors in Andover, Minnesota. The facility will serve customers across several industries, including HVAC, industrial, and more.
New Sensors Are Deploying on Smaller Platforms That Connect Wirelessly
April 11, 2014
A new class of advanced sensors has emerged, allowing building systems to better anticipate and respond to changing conditions, saving significant amounts of energy as a result. According to a report by Navigant Research, worldwide revenue from advanced sensors for smart buildings will reach $3.65 billion by 2020.
Focusing on Minimizing False Readings and Improving Accuracy Will Quicken Widespread Adoption
December 23, 2013
New analysis from Frost & Sullivan, “Sensors for Energy Efficient Buildings and Building Management,” finds that sensors are gradually becoming an integral part of buildings, allowing the demand-based control of systems such as HVAC and lighting.