The Dwyer team is proud to announce the new app for the SMART Air Hood® balancing instrument. This app replaces the PredictAir™ application software, and ensures that connecting to your hood and balancing a building is now easier than ever!
The automated connection process within the app will prompt you to connect the SMART Air Hood® balancing instrument the first time you open it. Continue reading “Introducing the New App for the SMART Air Hood® Balancing Instrument”
The DIN Rail Temperature/Process Controller, Series SCD, offers multiple PID loops in a compact size. Each SCD-1000 master controller can be combined with up to seven SCD-2000 slave controllers without any wires. Each controller has one universal input, one relay output, and one user selected output.
The Series SCD can be used with a Mini-Node™ Signal Converter for applications such as: oven, boiler, or chiller control; packaging equipment; environmental chambers; medical equipment; or food service equipment. The Mini-Node™ converter, Model MN-1, is a low cost device that converts half duplex RS-485 serial communications signals into a signal that can be read by any computer with a USB port.
Wiring up the MN-1 to an SCD controller can be accomplished in just a few steps, and the set up software is simple to use. Continue reading “How to Set Up and Record with a SCD and Mini-Node™ Signal Converter”
AHR 2020 has wrapped up, and we’re headed back home. The team wanted to use this chance to thank everyone that stopped by the booth. It was such a pleasure meeting with you all!
In case you weren’t able to stop out this week, here’s a quick recap of the show: Continue reading “Thanks for Visiting Us at AHR Expo!”
We’re gearing up for AHR Expo next week!
AHR Expo is the world’s largest HVACR event. It provides a unique forum where manufacturers can come together to share ideas and showcase the future of HVACR technology. Dwyer has had the privilege of participating in this show for several decades.
Stop by Booth #943 for several exciting new product demonstrations and to meet the Dwyer team. Continue reading “See You Next Week at AHR Expo!”
We met with an original equipment manufacturer (OEM) last year, who was working on a new design for rooftop air handling equipment. Part of the their design utilized water flow for cooling in a loop.
Low or no-flow conditions can cause major damage to expensive pumps, motors, and other equipment, which could result in extensive downtime and repair costs. In order to prevent this, the customer needed an inexpensive, but reliable and robust method for proving water flow. Continue reading “Proving Water Flow in Rooftop Air Handlers”