Delta unveils new building control technologies at 2019 AHR
Delta exhibited the latest products of its two building control brands, Delta Controls and LOYTEC, at the 2019 AHR Expo in Atlanta, January 14th to 16th. The AHR Expo is the leading HVAC show in North America.
Right before the show, LOYTEC's latest LIOB-585 I/O controller won the ControlTrends Award as the best plant/equipment controller of the year. LOYTEC, which is well known for its support of open multi-protocols, was also the first to launch a complete IoT interface this year. At the show LOYTEC demonstrated the connection of a wide variety of building equipment such as air conditioner inverters, lighting fixtures, electric vehicle chargers, video surveillance IP camera, infinite smart speakers, and projector, and others. LOYTEC declared that any App-controlled device can be included in the LOYTEC building control system.
Delta Controls' latest room control system, O3 Sensor Hub, was selected as a finalist for the AHR Innovation Awards. The O3 series multi-function sensor can sense light, heat, humidity, carbon dioxide, and sound in the environment, and it also has the ability to calculate and vocalize. With a flashing light ring that changes according to conditions, it interacts continually with nearby users in line with the latest building control trends for putting the users' experience first.
On the first day of the exhibition, Robert Hemmerdinger, vice president of the Sales and Marketing Department at Delta Controls, and Hans-Joerg Schweinzer, CEO of LOYTEC, participated in a Cybersecurity Summit together with international BACnet President Andy McMillan and discussed the emerging challenges and solutions for building control on its way from OT to IT.
Delta exhibited the latest products of its two building control brands, Delta Controls and LOYTEC, at the 2019 AHR Expo.