Slaney Direct is pleased to announce their new partners for 2013 – S+S for sensors and spega for room automation.
From temperatures and pressures through humidity, light intensity and motion up to air quality and flow, S+S stands for a complete spectrum of high quality sensors and field devices for measuring, switching and control tasks in the sectors of building automation. This includes a range of wireless sensors and receivers utilising the EnOcean technology.
Whether for a museum, hospital, hotel, school, sports arena, car dealer, assembly hall, power plant, or refinery, S+S’s sensors and controllers are developed for the highest requirements. Because of their reliable precision, their devices are established in many sectors of building automation and room automation.
Based on comprehensive experience with public and institutional projects of any nature we develop complete solutions for industry specific tasks of building automation such as air conditioning and refrigeration technology, ventilation and clean room technology, for the food and pharmaceutical industry, plant and mechanical engineering, rotational speed and limit value control.
For more than 10 years, intelligent buildings have been a passion for spega. They recognised early on the importance of room automation for the energy efficiency, flexibility of use and ergonomics of commercial buildings. These requirements led to the creation of their room automation system e.control, which represents the most comprehensive and functional system of its kind today.
To protect the investments of their customers, they consciously rely only on open standards from the room automation and IT fields. In this way, e.control combines the best-in-class LON, BACnet, DALI, SMI and EnOcean technologies with the IP world to create a uniform room automation system with a unique functional range. Active participation in the relevant organisations is therefore a logical step for them.
In addition, because they have been committed to the sustainability of buildings right from the beginning, it goes without saying that they are a member of the German Sustainable Building Council.
The system ranks as one of the most comprehensive and functional of its kind and also complies with the most stringent requirements of EN 15232 and VDI 3813.