CGNA Web Institute Training Webinar Introduces ProLon’s New FlexIO Controllers, presented by ProLon’s Daniel Kerwin, Business Development Manager. The new FlexIO controllers are available from your nearby CGNA Distributor and will enable ProLon contractors to integrate new many new options/sequences (i.e., Chiller Start/Stop; control multiple exhaust fans; enable lighting based on system occupancy; monitor humidity levels; etc) to our existing products and really expand the capabilities of ProLon, all while keeping with the ProLon premise of keeping the system simple and extremely cost effective for the mechanical contractor to implement. As always, the ProLon Focus software is free, as are the Android and Apple mobile apps, again with no annual licensing or renewal fees to access the ProLon system. Click here for more information.
Stromquist & Company’s Dozier Mills breakdowns the products from ProLon and shows you how to install the Prolon solution for either VAV or VVT applications. As you can see this is a very powerful and easy to install solution.
ProLon is a commercial/high-end residential HVAC zoning system designed specifically for retrofit and modern day rooftops and other air handling units along with their VAV zones. ProLon’s controllers are perfect for light to mid-sized commercial buildings, allowing you to group and prioritize zones to achieve the optimal performances and comfort from your equipment. ProLon products allow easy to use remote access that lets you outlook and manage your system from anywhere through a simple internet connection.
ProLon Focus is our FREE proprietary software, which lets you visualize and configure your entire zoning system in a user-friendly environment. No fees, no yearly licenses, no hassle. Also, Prolonlive is the new free web service allowing web access to any ProLon system using a smartphone or a tablet.
ProLon remains simple to use for both installer and user. The accessible yet powerful management capabilities coupled with advanced control sequences allows ProLon to fill the gap between entry-level zoning panels and full-fledged building automation systems (DDC).