Prewired safety controller

UV Resources' RLM Xtreme prewired safety controller offers HVAC contractors a plug-and-play system.

04/03/2017


UV Resources' RLM Xtreme prewired safety controller offers HVAC contractors a plug-and-play system.The RLM Xtreme fixtureless UV-C lamp system delivers high-output ultraviolet (UV) energy to irradiate coils and destroy mold, bacteria, and microbes in demanding, high-volume HVAC environments. This modern UV-C system is designed to help improve air quality, while creating a more energy-efficient HVAC system that does not need to waste energy to distribute properly conditioned air to the space.

The new UL 1995-compliant safety controller puts facilities almost 3 years ahead all HVAC access points to automatically de-energize the UV-C system when opened. Prior to the prewired system, contractors would have to individually install and wire each access point via conduit, increasing labor costs. The new prewired controller offers HVAC contractors a plug-and-play system, which regulates up to six safety interlock switches/access doors, reducing this labor-intensive procedure. 

UV Resources

www.uvresources.com



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