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CRH100A032A01 Digi-Key C-TON Industries Sensors, Transducers CONTROLLER HUMIDITY HVAC WHITE
CTE500AE12AF1A1 Digi-Key C-TON Industries Sensors, Transducers CONTROLLER TEMP HVAC WHITE 24VAC
CRH110A03C2A1AF Digi-Key C-TON Industries Sensors, Transducers CONTROLLER HUMID/TEMP HVAC
1757PLXSIFI Radwell Allen Bradley Not Provided PLX HW XLNET HVAC CONTROLLER QUICKBUILDER INTERFAC
L6006C1018 Radwell Honeywell Ssec Not Provided TEMPERATURE CONTROLLER HVAC WATER 65-200DEG F
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  • HVAC
    ECI has integrated a Flowstar model 2007 (volumetric flowrate indicator/totalizer batch controller for refrigerants) with a computerized operator station through the use of the RS232 communications port. This creates a complete package that will charge a unit with specific amounts of refrigerant
  • HVAC Dual-AC Motor Control with Active PFC Implementation Using Piccolo TM MCUs (.pdf)
    The 32-bit C2000 TM Piccolo TM microcontroller from TI provides a true single chip solution for multiple motor drives, including the front-end PFC. In this paper, implementation of controlling two motors using field oriented control (FOC), and an interleaved PFC using a single controller
  • 4-20 mA Vibration Monitoring of Chillers and Cooling Units
    4-20 mA vibration monitoring of chillers and cooling units. Cooling towers, process coolers and HVAC cooling units can be monitored for vibration using the 4-20 mA analog input channels of existing PLC units. Control system data input. Most modern chiller and cooler systems are operated
  • Here come Wireless Sensors
    or in building management. A few simple examples illustrate the allure: It may soon be possible to install room thermostats that are wireless. This saves time and cost by eliminating the need for running signal wires. Ditto for lighting and HVAC controls in commercial buildings. Facilities operators
  • Bigger Role for 16-bit Chips Bigger role for 16-bit chips
    New chips make it easier for automakers to electronically control doors, seats, lighting, and HVAC Jim Williams, 16-Bit Applications Section Leader Eight-bit microcontrollers have historically handled simple tasks on vehicles such as controlling window lift motors. Though these components worked

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