New Products

Lighting control relay features a simplified, menu-driven setup that is offered in three ready-to-go stock cabinet versions. Available with four standard 120/277-volt relays, four 2-pole relays or four 347-volt relays for Canadian installations, they are capable of accepting input from momentary, maintained or toggle switches, as well as occupancy sensor, photocell and low-voltage devices.

09/01/2005


Lighting control relay features a simplified, menu-driven setup that is offered in three ready-to-go stock cabinet versions. Available with four standard 120/277-volt relays, four 2-pole relays or four 347-volt relays for Canadian installations, they are capable of accepting input from momentary, maintained or toggle switches, as well as occupancy sensor, photocell and low-voltage devices. (EZ-Max by Leviton) RS#1

Supervised reader extender increases the distance between any two access control readers and a controller. Available with weather-proof enclosures, the product is designed for indoor or outdoor use and provides immediate feedback from on-board diagnostics. It also features alarm output from the central unit, immediately indicating power or communication loss with the reader at the remote unit. (Duprex by Cypress) RS#2

Dehumidification unit is said to finally break the dewpoint barrier. Air-conditioning coils have limited dehumidification capacity; the air dewpoint cannot be lower than the coil temperature. These units transfer water from the supply air to the return air or mixed air so that the cooling coil removes more water. (CDQ by Trane) RS#3

Fiber connectivity offers factory- or field-termination options that simplify design, configuration and ordering of fiber apparatus. High-density, modular connectivity allows installers to connect system components simply and quickly. (InstaPATCH by Systimax) RS#4

Video management system provides a single platform to view live and recorded digital video. The system accommodates cameras in multiple locations and interfaces with BAS. (Continuum by TAC) RS#5

Condensing boiler is rated at 2 million BTU/hr. The gas-fired units feature dual-fuel capability and a modulating burner with 20:1 turndown for 98% thermal efficiency. They are suitable for commercial hydronic heating applications. (Benchmark by Aerco) RS#6

Heat detection system measures temperatures by means of fiber optics. Up to 128 zones can be established on a single length of sensor cable. Features also include multiple-alarm initiating, visualization of fire size and direction of fire spread. (FiberSystem 4000 by Protectowire) RS#7

Zone distribution is a 20-amp modular system for power and data, specifically designed for raised-floor applications. Zone distribution box can expand from 4 to 16 circuits as infrastructure requirements change. (Connexion by Hubbell Wiring Device-Kellems) RS#8





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