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Invisible Service Techniciansí New IST Monitor Selected from among Thousands of Products to Be Displayed at AHR Expo as Most Innovative in Building Automation Category
CINCINNATI, OHIO Ė The Invisible Service Technician (IST) monitor, a new remote monitoring and diagnostic device for light commercial and residential heating, cooling and refrigeration systems, has been named the winner of the 2005 AHR Expo award for innovation in building automation.
The award, announced in late November and judged by a panel of practicing HVAC&R engineers, recognizes the IST monitorís promise to transform heating, cooling and refrigeration system service for a new cross-section of customers.
In the past, only large scale commercial and industrial customers could afford remote monitoring systems. The IST monitor makes it affordable for a much broader market Ė from commercial building and retail business owners to residential rental property managers to homeowners.
The IST monitor is one of the first solutions to provide all of the key operating data that a contractor requires to detect and diagnose developing problems before they cause a failure in the customerís equipment. It consists of a monitor with ten sensors and six open sensor inputs, mounted on a customerís heating, cooling or refrigeration equipment and connected to their phone line. The system monitors multiple operating parameters and immediately notifies the IST data center if a problem is detected. The online data center, in turn, alerts the servicing contractor and provides him or her with enough operating data to diagnose the developing problem without having to visit the customerís site.
The award-winning IST monitor will be on display at the AHR Expo, Booth #1456, February 7-9 at the Orange County Convention Center, Orlando, Florida.
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