CONTROL & AUTOMATION SYSTEMS
Building management systems (BMS), also known as building automation and control systems (BACS), can improve the energy efficiency, safety, and comfort of buildings significantly by integrating all the independent systems that manage building services.
A single interface to monitor and control lighting, heating, ventilation, air conditioning, fire protection, security, access control, etc., enables faster processing of data and optimization of building performance. Above all, such a deeply integrated system enables building owners and assets managers to keep their finger on the pulse of building services through actionable data.
NETCO’s Integrated BMS solutions combines the world’s most technologically advanced data gathering, control and reporting systems to simplify building management and reduce operating costs for building owners.
Integrated Building Management Systems
Integrated Building Management System (iBMS) is a computer-based automated system installed in buildings that controls and monitors the building's mechanical and electrical equipment such as ventilation, lighting, power systems, fire systems, and security systems.
Industrial automation is the use of control systems, such as computers or robots, and information technologies for handling different processes and machineries in an industry to replace a human being. It is the second step beyond mechanization in the scope of industrialization.
Energy Management Systems
Energy management systems (EMS) are automation systems that collect energy measurement data from the field and making it available to users through graphics, online monitoring tools, and energy quality analyzers, thus enabling the management of energy resources.
Hight Precision Valves
The Parker P3RA102BP is a high capacity relief valve that relieves excess pressure in a pneumatic system and increases efficiency by providing greater accuracy than a standard relief valve over a narrow pressure range. The P3RA102BP provides greater accuracy than a standard relief valve over a narrow pressure range.
Standalone HVAC Control System
A stand-alone unit – or to be correct a stand-alone terminal unit – runs like a FCU but independent of a Building Management System. The stand-alone unit works together with a self-acting thermostat which communicated directly to modulate, open or close the flow.