Introducing Control Trends Awards Nominee Viconics VT Series Thermostats

Viconics is one of the finalists in the 2012 ControlTrends Thermostat of the Year. Viconics has stiff competition from Honeywell, EnTouch, Nest, and Ecobee. The coveted Thermostat of The Year Award winner will be announced at the 2012 Control Trends Awards this January in Dallas,Texas.

Viconics is a manufacturer of world class products — and its VT Series Thermostats and wall mounted controllers were recognized by the Control Trends Community as some of the best solutions available for a multitude of building applications! Viconics provided the following video and post to Control Trends to introduce the Control Trends community to Viconics and their innovative thermostat:

Viconics inc. headquartered in Montreal, Canada was founded 30 years ago in the field of industrial process controls. Viconics quickly became a leader in embedded micro controller-based technology and later identified a need in the HVAC market sector and developed factory programmed, field-configurable stand-alone PI wall mounted temperature controllers. Over the years Viconics has brought its expertise to the industry, by creating innovative products based upon direct market feedback.

Today, with sales operations in the USA and UK, Viconics has grown its product line to include network-ready and networked communicating wall-mounted temperature controllers based on open industry standard protocols. These include BACnet®, Lontalk® and Wireless Zigbee® as well as power controls for electric heat, sensors, controllers for humidity and other OEM products.

If you think Viconics has what it takes to be the 2012 Thermostat of The Year, then register to vote, and we will send you a ballot so you can vote for Viconics and other HVAC superstars.


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