We offer a wide range flexible control solutions, from standalone control systems to fully integrated building management systems.

Our control systems provide energy efficient control with environmental monitoring and energy metering as standard. Modular design allows easy expansion of existing systems

The flexibility of open communication protocols allow easy integration of our products on to existing Building Management Systems.

  • User friendly graphical interface.
  • Remote internet access through any smart phone, tablet or computer
  • Email and text message facility for alarms and reports
  • Historical data
  • Bacnet
  • Modbus
  • HTML5 Web Browser

Our expert team of engineers can custom design tailor made solutions for a wide variety of applications to meet the customer’s specific requirements.

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Digital programmable controls can be known as Direct Digital Controllers (DDC), Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC), or “Smart”, which combine a series of input and output signals with a microprocessor and memory to run a user-programmable control strategy. Such controls exist in two programming forms-menu-driven and fully programmable-and include a broad range of digital communications.

Electronic Setpoint

Electronic setpoint controllers that combine a sensor or other device with an electronic device that reads the sensor input and electronically performs a control action (some models offer basic digital communications in addition to their control functions)


Electromechanical controls such as thermostats, humidistats, relays, timers, and switches (no digital communications are available with this type of control)

Digital and Anolog

There are two types of control signals: digital and analog. A digital signal is either on or off, true or false, open or closed, set or clear. Examples of digital signals are switches, relays, contacts, and push buttons. Analog signals vary over a range of values. Examples of analog signals are sensors (temperature, humidity, pressure, etc.), voltage signals, current signals, and pressure signals. Control signals that modulate are analog signals. Most electronic analog control devices are actually digital devices that convert digital signals to analog signals and vice versa by using multiple digital steps to simulate the analog signal range.