SyxthSense Innovates Again - All in One Room Climate Controllers with Built-In CO2 and Humidity - BACnet or Modbus
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SyxthSense Innovates Again - All in One Room Climate Controllers with Built-In CO2 and Humidity - BACnet or Modbus

Author Jukka H...
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#1 | Posted: 10 Sep 2015 08:49 | Edited by: Jukka Hurtta  
SyxthSense is pleased to announce the new innovative SRC200 Room Climate controllers that can be used in wide variety of applications including Fan Coil Unit control, Chilled Ceiling and Zone Heating Control, VAV Control and Natural Ventilation control. The functionality includes 4-stage temperature control, day/night control, 2 digital inputs for overrides, condensation control, modulating EC fan control, 3-speed fan control, 0..10Vdc actuator control, thermic actuator control, 3-point actuator control, on/off actuator control, on/off plant control etc.

The built-in backlit LCD can be used for alarming (max. 3 alarms) high limit and low limit conditions. The alarms are indicated by the backlight colour change and flashing unit icon. The LCd also indicates all operating conditions of the controller.

The controller is available with optional built-in CO2 and RH measurements making it ideal all in one solution for climate control of room spaces.

Users can adjust the setpoint easily through a rotary knob, and via the optional backlit push button they can override the plant equipment to open positions (e.g. windows or boost the fan speed).

The BACnet MS/TP and Modbus RS485 communication options allows the SRC controllers to be easily integrated to practically any BMS solution. But equally the controllers can also be used in stand-alone installations.
SRC Alarm Displays
SRC Alarm Displays
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4 Pipe FCU Example
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