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 products and equipment, not to mention the down time and inconvenience.The Malfunction Monitor can be used in applications such as air conditioning, refrigeration, heating, pumps, or exhaust fans just to name a few.If the 24 volt control voltage is present but there is no current after a designated time, the current sensor module will close a set of dry contacts that signals there has been a malfunction.
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 and nonresidential buildings in the state of California.Jackson Systems is proud to announce that their T-32-Pthermostat is Title 24 compliant.Product Development Manger Phil Kimble says that “Every effort was made during the development of our T-32-P thermostat to meet the most stringent energy efficiency standards and California has always be at the forefront of energy efficiency”.So beside being simple to install and simple to use Jackson Systems T-32-P thermostat meets the requirements of Title 24.
Paul Stalknecht, C.E.O. and President of Air Conditioning Contractors of America (ACCA), stopped by Jackson Systems for a plant tour on Monday, August 3rd. “It was an honor to have Paul stop by and share his time with us. We at Jackson Systems are strong supporters of ACCA and share the common goal of making the HVAC industry more successful” says Tom Jackson, C.E.O. of Jackson Systems.
Jackson Systems is a sponsor of many ACCA events throughout the year and look forward to an even stronger relationship in 2010. For more information on Jackson Systems, please visit www.jacksonsystems.com. For more information about ACCA, visit www.acca.org.