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New, Enhanced Features in Heat Pump Controller Software Version 1.5
Manchester, New Hampshire (November 8, 2001) - Teletrol Systems Inc., an industry leader in building automation technology, today announced the release the new Heat Pump controller software version 1.5 for the TSC unitary controller product line. A new version of the RSM III display room sensor is also being released to operate with the Heat Pump controller. The Heat Pump software 1.5 supports a number of improvements in the way control algorithms are handled, support for the RSM III room sensor, and support for a variety of sensors that use slider setpoint adjust.
Enhancements to TSCView in Version 1.56
Manchester, New Hampshire (November 8, 2001) - Teletrol Systems Inc., an industry leader in building automation technology, today announced its release of TSCView version 1.56, configuration and setup software for Teletrol's TSC/AX, TSC/LE, and i-VAV unitary controllers. Enhancements that have been made in TSCView 1.56 include: Added support for Heat Pump revision 1.50 sequence; Added support for selecting RSM III and RSM IV as supported room sensors.
New Southern Region Sales Manager
Manchester, New Hampshire (November 8, 2001) - Teletrol Systems Inc., and industry leader in building automation technology, announced the appointment of Terry Davis as its new Southern Region Manager. Davis brings over 20 years of experience in the controls industry to Teletrol.
For more information on any of the above visit www.teletrol.com
Teletrol Hosts the Second BACnet Manufacturer’s Association-Sponsored BACnet Interoperability Workshop
Manchester, New Hampshire – Teletrol Systems Inc. (www.teletrol.com), manufacturer of innovative automation systems and controllers for integrated HVAC, lighting control, and access control systems, will be hosting the second BACnet Manufacturer’s Association (BMA)-sponsored BACnet Interoperability Workshop, to be held November 13-14, 2001 at FIRST (www.usfirst.org), 200 Bedford Street, Manchester, New Hampshire. The workshop will be open to BMA corporate member companies with products that implement BACnet, and other people involved in the BACnet Testing Laboratories (BTL) testing activities at the discretion of the BTL Manager. There is no charge to participate.
The Workshop will provide an opportunity to test the interoperability of products with products from other companies attending. Last year, ten companies brought a wide variety of building automation products, including workstations, controllers, routers, and gateways. Participants are asked to bring products that are released, at beta or near beta level. During the Workshop, the BTL will collect data on interoperability problems, which will be used to improve product testing procedures and to provide feedback to the BACnet committee.
Schedule, registration, host and sponsor, and all other pertinent information may be found at http://www.bacnetassociation.org/.
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