Tag Archives: temperature control

What is a Building Automation System?

When we visit a building or step into one as an employee, often times we give little consideration to all of the inner functions that make that building operate efficiently and safely. From good lighting and comfortable air temperature to sliding entry doors and powerful elevators and escalators, there are many moving parts that encompass […]

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Understanding Building Automation and Control Systems

Often times, when we walk through the entrance of a commercial building, we are greeted with a sliding entry door, air conditioning or heating, good lighting and other conveniences that make our time spent there comfortable and conducive to getting the job completed. While we are expecting technology to function smoothly so we can accomplish […]

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Expert Building Control System Integration for Fort Lauderdale

The electrical, mechanical, and security systems of commercial buildings have become increasingly complex as building technology has evolved. While the advent of intelligent building technology has caused these systems to become more responsive and more informative than ever before, trying to monitor and control these systems on an individual basis has become ever more impractical […]

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Lighting Control Improves Building Energy Management

Now that both parties have officially selected their candidate for president Advanced Control Corporation was hoping they would address the importance of energy management. Living in a must-have swing state we are being bombarded with political commercials, yet none of these ads are addressing this very important issue.  Our question to you, the voter, is […]

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Beat the Heat with Building Automation Temperature Control

Did last month seem full of record highs? Well, it was; July 2012 was officially not only the warmest July on record, but also the warmest month ever recorded for the lower 48 states, according to a report released Wednesday by scientists at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s National Climatic Data Center. The average […]

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