Digital Actuator Provides Control and Communication Between a Hydronic System and a Building Automation System

Danfoss, a manufacturer of high-efficiency electronic and mechanical components and controls for heating, air-conditioning, refrigeration, industrial and water systems, introduces the NovoCon S Digital Actuator.Danfoss, a manufacturer of high-efficiency electronic and mechanical components and controls for heating, air-conditioning, refrigeration, industrial and water systems, introduces the NovoCon S Digital Actuator.

Danfoss introduces the NovoCon S Digital Actuator.

Danfoss introduces the NovoCon S Digital Actuator.

Danfoss, a manufacturer of high-efficiency electronic and mechanical components and controls for heating, air-conditioning, refrigeration, industrial and water systems, introduces the NovoCon S Digital Actuator.

Ideal for installation in fan coil units, chilled ceilings, air-handling units, VAV boxes, induction units and baseboards, the intelligent, 4-in-1 NovoCon S digital actuator is a motorized, modulating digital actuator that combines the functionalities of a digital actuator, bus communication device, flow indicator and data logger. The digital actuator is engineered to fit onto the Danfoss AB-QM pressure independent control valve to provide precise control and communication between a hydronic system and a building automation system.

The NovoCon S digital actuator enables a connection to a building automation system via Fieldbus, which allows information to be collected from each individual actuator. By using Fieldbus cables with pre-fabricated plugs for daisy-chain connections, wiring is minimized and the risk of fire is reduced. By making features, such as commissioning, flow indication and flushing remotely available, time and costs can be saved on installation, commissioning, daily operation and maintenance.

NovoCon S also enables status feedback and alarms for instant troubleshooting and, by facilitating the collection and storage of data, facilitates the benchmarking and real-time tracking of building performance and energy consumption for ongoing efficiency improvements and cost savings.

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