By Molly Burgess2019-07-18T08:39:00+01:00
Bacharach, a Pittsburgh-based manufacturer of HVAC-R gas instrumentation and monitoring solutions, has introduced its latest product, the MVR-SC controller.
The MVR-SC controller is designed to pair with MVR-300 refrigerant monitors to provide real-time status of refrigerant leaks throughout a facility.
Key functions of the MVR-SC include centralised alarming for MVR-300 VRF leak detectors, network set-up and MVR-300 Modbus ID assignment, system monitoring, and integration with the MRV-300.
The MRV-SC eliminates the need to integrate VRF leak detection into a BAS controller and the related custom programming expense.
By implementing a hybrid Ethernet serial network the MVR-SC simplifies the Modbus integration, provides fast response for fault detection and troubleshooting and is quickly deployed in any facility size.
The MVR-SC monitors up to 100 MVR-300 devices and has an integrate audible alarm. The MVR-SC has an intuitive user interface built on a colour, touchscreen display.
Neutronics, a specialist in refrigerant identification technology is helping prevent the importation of illegal refrigerants through supplying international customs agencies with refrigerant analysers.
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