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April 4, 2011
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The iWorx® is a web-based building management, monitoring, and control system designed specifically for high-end residential and light commercial markets - up to 50,000 square feet. The system is now even more configurable and flexible with an interface to the NiagaraAX Framework that provides simple integration with other building automation systems. It is an easy-to-install, simple-to-use solution that provides a full suite of control product applications that range from boiler controls to heating and air conditioning applications, and includes products for emerging new technologies like Btu metering. According to the company, the iWorx is ideal for integrating forced-air and hydronic systems, including geothermal and solar, and for ensuring that each system communicates effectively and works smoothly together. Every iWorx controller is self-discovered on the system network and seamlessly integrates with any existing LonWorks®, Modbus®, and BACnet® building automation protocol. This allows for the easy upgrade of equipment control, addition of new equipment, building HVAC expansion, or integration to an existing graphical front-end. The online iWorx Selection Wizard (www.iworxwizard.com) creates a complete submittal package that includes wiring and airflow diagrams, bill of materials, sequence of operations, and complete job specifications.

Taco Electronic Solutions, 1160 Cranston St., Cranston, RI 02920; 401-942-8000; www.taco-hvac.com

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