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The Elite provides a high-performance expandable platform for monitoring and alarming from a large variety of HVAC equipment. Elite units have been servicing the HVAC market since they were introduced in 2000.

The Elite provides maintenance personnel with an easy-to-use system that monitors critical equipment. For the owner, the Elite provides a comprehensive platform to monitor not only their critical equipment but also alarm when conditions are trending out of operating conditions.

The Elite not only notifies designated personnel of problems, but can be called at any time to interrogate conditions being monitored - even get current temperatures, pressures and humidity readings. The Elite also has built-in day-of-week and time-of-day timers to notify appropriate personnel during normal working hours and on-call service personnel during off hours, weekends and holidays.

Monitor refrigerators to alarm when temperature exceeds preset temperature (e.g. 40F)
Monitor freezers to alarm when temperature exceeds preset temperature (e.g. 28F)
Monitor various rooms and alarm when temperature exceeds user-defined high or low limit
Monitor up to 48 alarms from:
  • AC unit, boiler, chiller, cooling tower, compressors, condensers, boilers
  • AC leaks
  • Moisture and humidity sensors
  • Temperature differential between inlet/outlet
Monitor various temperatures and turn on a fan, AC unit or other equipment when the temperature exceeds a limit
Monitor temperatures, pressures, humidity, log the daily min and max, and alarm on user-defined high and low limits
Call-in to find the current temperature in any area
Notify on-site personnel during working hours and service personnel during off-hours
Fax report of all alarm conditions
Internet record of all alarms, notifications, etc.

The Elite has a built-in display and keypad allowing for easy programming and viewing of monitored conditions.

Each Elite also has an internal backup battery so alarms are even delivered upon loss of power.

Alarm notification can be made to hundreds of designated personnel via phone, pager or fax.