New series of multi-gas monitoring systems provide perfect solution for IAQ and HVAC applications
Jul 12 2022
Acme have recently launched their latest generation of gas detection control systems. The company have specialised in providing cutting edge HVAC IAQ detection and control systems for nearly 50 years. With the new range, Acme focused on bringing IoT functionality to the HVAC market.
The top-of-the-range model will be the Multi-Gas Monitoring System (MGMS) featuring a modular system with a controller containing IoT communication along with industry standard BACnet protocols. Acme will offer add-on modules which includes relay boards, analogue output capability, unlimited numbers of modules that can be included. Operators can enclose these modules within a conventional control panel with an integrated display, alternatively they can opt to use Bluetooth communication through a phone-based app to interact with the controller. The MGMS’ Ethernet capability will allow users to integrate it with a building automation system so they can visualise conditions remotely.
Configuring the entire system is a simple software driven procedure, so working with hard-wired controls has been replaced by an intuitive user interface; the sensors’ locations can be connected to relays, banks of relays or grouped into a proportional analogue or voltage signal. This device is designed with the future in mind; operators can upgrade the modules with new communications standards so that improvements in connectivity and data reporting will be ongoing.
For end-users who need data storage and modelling, so they collate pollution data and use it to lower energy costs and maintain a healthy indoor environment, a monthly billing model is an option.
Acme’s gas monitors will provide operators with quick-change sensor modules, wired and wireless sensor modules with a capacity for up to ten sensors in a single, compact enclosure along with particulate monitoring down to 1-micron particles. Acme believe that they have the most advanced, flexible and future-proof gas-detection and control system on the market today. These systems are ideal for new construction and retrofit projects and is an invaluable tool for achieving LEED certification.
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