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Your HVACs switch on and off around the clock to keep your sites cool. They're such a big power draw that even a small efficiency boost can save a lot of money. That's why smart HVAC control is so easy to justify.
What does a "smart" HVAC controller do differently?
Introducing the HVAC Controller G3 from DPS Telecom. The HVAC Controller G3 is specifically designed to monitor and control your HVAC unit(s). The RTU can manage lead/lag operations (up to 6 HVAC units) and has a testing feature that allows you to test the efficiency and health of each of your HVAC units. It is simple to install, easy to use, and can support D-Wire sensors.
Temp Sensors - DPS Telecom manufactures several types of D-Wire sensors, including one that monitors temperature. A D-Wire temperature sensor will alert your RTU when the temperature is outside of your preset range. This saves you time, money, and headaches.
Air Flow Sensors - be the first to know the instant your equipment is at risk of an outage. All it takes is a well placed air flow sensor in your server room or data center to be sure that air is being properly circulated. If you're not using an air flow monitor, how do you know when your filter is clogged? You don't want an angry phone call from a customer (or your boss) to be the way you find out that there's a problem.
|32 - 140 degrees F (0 - 60 degrees C).
|0 - 95% non-condensing.
Don't wait for disaster to strike your remote sites! Get the HVAC Controller G3 and start monitoring your HVAC units today!
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