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Differential Pressure Sensors from Sensirion   December 7, 2009

The SDP600 from Sensirion AG, Staefa, Switzerland, is a dynamic digital differential pressure sensor that can measure differential pressures <10 Pa.More>>

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Data Center Energy Monitoring System from Arch Rock   November 16, 2009

The Energy Optimizer-Data Center Edition (AREO-DC) from Arch Rock Corp., San Francisco, CA, is a wireless monitoring system to provide continually updated information on a data center's electrical usage and thermal status.More>>

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Lowering the Cost of Energy   October 1, 2009

A submetering system that couples highly accurate energy measurements to wireless technologies enables effective energy monitoring for energy-conscious companies, allowing them to reduce both their carbon footprint and their utility burden.More>>

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Designing Smart Energy Devices   November 1, 2008

ZigBee's newest profile streamlines the development of communications technology that will help consumers rein in energy consumption.More>>

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Building Automation Integration Software from Tendril   May 28, 2006

Tendril Networks Inc., Boulder, CO, offers the Tendril Bridge v1.0 for building automation that lets you integrate ZigBee and other low-power wireless networks into building automation systems using the Tridium NiagaraAX Framework. The NiagaraAX platform lets you control, supervise, alarm,...More>>





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