The Honeywell outdoor temperature sensor used with the Honeywell VisionPRO touch screen thermostat has a part number of C7089U1006. Sometimes we get calls asking if you can install one sensor to multiple thermostats. You can only have one sensor wired to one thermostat.
You can not have one sensor wired to more than one stat, and you can not have more multiple sensors hooked up to just one stat.
It is always a one to one ratio!
The C7089U Outdoor Sensor has a negative temperature coefficient (NTC) meaning that resistance decreases as the temperature increases. Being a resistance sensor limits the applications to a one to one ratio of sensors to stats when measuring outside air temperature.
Jackson Systems will hold a FREE Honeywell Humidification training on Thursday, September 4, 2008 from 5:00-7:00 p.m. Learn how Honeywell and Jackson Systems can meet all your humidification needs.
We will cover both sales and technical information about the new TrueSTEAM humidifiers, as well as the traditional bypass and power models. A review of the different types of control will also be included. We will conclude the presentation with an introduction of the new Honeywell DH65 dehumidifier.
Please R.S.V.P. by contacting Doug Engel at email@example.com or by calling 1-888-652-9663. The training will be held in the Jackson Systems Training Room at 5418 Elmwood Avenue, Indianapolis, IN 46203. Dinner is provided so please R.S.V.P.
Jackson Systems’ The Green Zone was voted #1 in the Contracting Business HVAC Comfortech 2008 Product Awards in the category of Zoning Equipment.
A table tent announcing the award will be delivered to the Jackson Systems booth during the HVAC Comfortech 2008 and the product will also be featured in the upcoming issue of Contracting Business.
Z-200 The Green Zone is a simple, high quality and competitively priced residential and light commercial zone control system that consists of a microprocessor based logic panel that can control two zones. The system is available in single-stage, multi-stage and heat pump configurations and is designed to eliminate the 8-12 degree temperature difference that exists between upstairs and downstairs in most two story homes, or between one end and the other in ranch-style homes. The system will also improve overall space comfort and lower operating costs. You can learn more about The Green Zone here.
HVAC Comfortech 2008 will be held September 10-13 at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta, GA. You can learn more about the event here.
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RSES will hold its 2008 Annual Conference at the Hilton Indianapolis Hotel in Indianapolis for the 71st RSES Annual Conference on September 16-20, 2008. Our very own Phil Kimble, product development manager, will give a technical presentation on forced air zoning that you won’t want to miss.
This two-hour session will target an intermediate-level audience. Kimble will detail various topics including: a brief history of forced air zoning; the difference between two-position and fully modulationg zoning; basic system components; control logic; and system design. In addition, attendees will learn that zone control is an important component of indoor air quality providing both energy savings and enhanced comfort for the end user.
RSES is the world’s leading education, training and certification association for heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration professionals. You can learn more about RSES here.
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Jackson Systems, LLC announces the Jackson Systems green logo as an easy-to-identify icon for the Jackson Systems green products, as well as other green products Jackson Systems distributes.
“We have always been about keeping things simple,” said Tom Jackson, C.E.O. “We have created the green logo to further help our clients quickly and easily identify which of our products are green, and, help them market the green products to their audience.”
A new green homeowner brochure showcases our Z-200TM two zone, zone control panel, which is our most recent green product. This brochure helps our HVAC contractor clients market the green product to homeowners. Having our green icon associated with the product, as well as our other green designations from certified groups, helps the contractor differentiate themselves to their audience through green initiatives.
Jackson Systems retained the creative services of Silver Square, marketing + design firm in Fishers, IN, to create the green icon and homeowner brochure.
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We have adjusted our homeowner piece for our new Z-200 The Green Zone – it’s green and helps you see green. We can customize this brochure for you to use in your own marketing efforts. Check out the new brochure and get in your order for customization today. Just contact Erica toll free at 1-888-652-9663 or e-mail her.
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Jackson Systems has expanded their product line to include technology in gas detection. Some of the more common air quality hazards that need monitoring include carbon dioxide (CO2), carbon monoxide (CO), NO2, O2, CL2, and refrigerants. Whether you require a fully engineered gas detection network or a more modest detection solution, we can customize a solution to meet your needs. Gas detection can be a critical component of ensuring clean air in parking garages, mechanical rooms, computer server rooms, or in refrigerant systems.
One common gas detection application is monitoring CO2 in parking garages. These monitoring systems can activate ventilation through relays on multiple levels and at varying speeds depending on the concentration of gas measured. Cars produce carbon monoxide (CO) as a result of incomplete combustion. When a large number of vehicles are within an enclosed area such as a parking garage, the concentrations of CO can reach harmful levels. Large reductions in energy and maintenance costs can be had by activating fans only when CO levels reach a certain hazardous level instead of running them all the time.
A gas detection system typically includes a main control panel, sensors, and audible/visual alarm devices that can be linked to a controller or a building automation system (BAS). The system can be either hardwired or wireless. Many people think that wireless mesh networking is the wave of the future.
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Jackson Systems, LLC, an Indiana-based, award-winning HVAC manufacturer and wholesaler, recently earned the Greater Indianapolis Chamber of Commerce Green Business status by exceeding ‘green’ initiatives as required for business membership.
“We have always felt we were “green” players due to our zone control business focus,” said Tom Jackson, C.E.O. “Now that the green movement is taking off by leaps and bounds, it’s nice to know our business practices garner attention as not only smart business processes but also initiatives that help our environment.”
Members of the Green Business Initiative pledge to continually strive toward environmentally safe and sustainable business practices and operations to ensure that the greater
region is environmentally healthy and viable. Members also pledge to meet all existing federal, state and local environment regulations.