ControlTalk Now For The Week Ending July 21, 2013

Easy-IO ControlTalk NOW thanks EasyIO — this week’s Platinum sponsor! The EasyIO range of Controllers are rugged, network centric, high performance and very flexible to use. They represent a paradigm shift in the BAS and Energy related industries, whereby, an Area Controller is not mandatory anymore.

ControlTalk NOW referenced these links: McKenney’s, href="http://www.tridium.com/">Tridium, EasyIO, Stromquist, DGLogik, GSA, Johnsons Controls, Honeywell,
McKenney’s Training on Cylance IT Security Information

Niagara Solutions — Back to the Future: The Intelligent Building by Tridium: Nobody does it better. This is the who/what/where/when/how of the integration industry. Great link to a great solution! Tridium is the global leader in open platforms, application software frameworks, automation infrastructure technology, energy management and device-to-enterprise integration solutions. Tridium’s technology and applications have fundamentally changed the way devices and systems connect, integrate and interoperate with each other and the enterprise — worldwide!

Tim’s Tech Tip: How to Monitor KW with a Thermostat: Can you monitor power consumption and external KW loads with your thermostat? Let Stromquist & Company’s, Tim Chamblee, show you how easily this can be done with the EnTouch Thermostat system.

DGLogik at IBCON 2013 — Begin Your Own Visualization with DG Box! DGLogik has radically revolutionized the world of data! Data Visualization, once the domain of the high end users, is now accessible to every application with DG Box, the remarkable and affordable plug-and-play Appliance Platform for Data Acquisition, Data Storage, and Visualization.

GSA’s Green Proving Ground Study: Responsive Lighting Systems Save Energy! This report, “Responsive Lighting Systems Save Energy,” by Kevin Powell, GSA’s Green Proving Ground Program Manager, provides compelling insight, information, and facts — the energy and money saving REASONS why building owners and facility managers should be installing lighting retrofits sooner rather than later!

Overview of Johnson Controls Facility Explorer Building Automation Control System: Johnson Controls Facility Explorer Provides a Fresh View of Your Building Operations, No Matter Where You Are. Johnson Controls’ Facility Explorer is a building automation system tool that allows you to keep track of your building operations via a portable device. The more you can see how your facility is performing, the more you’ll know how to reduce costs and improve comfort. Facility Explorer meets any building management need. Wireless or wired field controllers and devices provide direct closed-loop control over mechanical and HVAC equipment. Supervisory controllers deliver network-wide coordination for single or multiple sites. The result is an integrated, comprehensive control solution.

How to reset a Honeywell RedLink System RedLINK™ Wireless Comfort Systems: Honeywell’s exclusive RedLINK Wireless Technology – and our full-suite of wireless-enabled comfort systems – help you better meet your customer’s comfort needs and connect you to expanded business opportunities. Accessory add-ons offer comfort, convenience and connection your customers are willing to pay for. And the ease of wireless installation means no added labor costs and optimized profitability for you.

Ken’s TOP 5 Information Pivot Points of the Week: 1. Learn about the JACE-3E controller in this month’s TridiumTALK. Perfect for small facilities and remotes sites. JACE-3E This month’s TridiumTALK will review our recently released JACE®-300E controller. We’ll discuss how it is ideal for smaller facilities and remote sites, as well as useful for distributing control and monitoring in larger facilities. The JACE-3E controller will also be Niagara 4-ready when the next generation of the Niagara Framework is launched.

Eric’s Favorite Video of The Week For Week Ending July 21, 2013: How does your business stay relevant in a world were customers have so many choices? Stromquist & Company was lucky enough work with Marshall Thurber to answer this questions. Marshall was kind enough to let us film six of his key principals for being successful. This video is the first of six videos that we posted on ControlTrends.

For more information on McKenney’s Inc. internet security classes click here. Stay tuned for information on the upcoming Black Hat internet security conference in Las Vegas.

ControlTalk NOW will continue to provide a weekly episode featuring the people, products, and the News of the Week shaping our world of controls, building automation, and the HVAC industry.

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Eric Stromquist

Eric Stromquist

Eric has been in the controls industry since 1979. His passion for controls and the desire to provide an easy way for HVAC professionals to keep up with the rapid changes in controls technology inspired him to create Controltrends.

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    *16 Mbyte NOR Flash
    *64 Mbyte SDRAM
    *SD Card Reader for Histories and Graphics
    *1 x 10/100 Ethernet Port
    *1 x Mini USB
    *2 x RS485 RTC
    *SuperCap Apps Safety Backup
    *24V AC/DC Power
    *Hardware Security ID
    *16 x UI
    *8 x DO/LED for Status
    *8 x UO (200mA sink for Switching Relays)
    *Remote Flash Upgrades
    *HTML5 Web Server on Board!
    Beast of the East!!!!!!

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  3. Clint says

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  4. says

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