Month: August 2009

Malfunction Monitor

The Malfunction Monitor, MM-100, is designed to continuously monitor the control voltage and current draw of a single piece of equipment.  In the event of a malfunction, the Malfunction Monitor will send a signal to an alarm, phone dialer, or computer to alert that a malfunction has occurred.  This reduces the chance of damage to […]

Jackson Systems T-32-P thermostat meets California’s Title 24 Energy Efficiency Standards

Starting January 1, 2010, the 2008 Building Energy Efficiency Standards (Title 24) go into effect for the state of California.  These are efficiency standards for residential and nonresidential buildings setup by the California State Energy Resources Conservation and Development Commission.  Equipment must meet certain criteria in order to be used in the construction of residential […]