American Museum of Natural History
With an ever-expanding roster of unique artifacts and a demanding exhibition schedule, conservation at the American Museum of Natural History was anything but simple before TEC Systems. Having designed and installed a similarly unique building automation system for the museum, TEC now provides a continual modification service that proactively calibrates system components to create the perfect environments for new exhibitory and patrons alike. With state-of-the-art equipment and the expertise offered only by TEC, the Natural History Museum is primed for conserving the most important artifacts well into the new century and beyond.
Highlights1American Auto-Matrix’s Pinnacle Series controllers that monitors and regulates the cooling, heating, humidification, and ventilation systems
2American Auto-Matrix’s Oritor communications network that allows for direct connection to ABB Variable Frequency Drives, Trane package AC units, and York chillers
3BACnet and LonWorks enabled for future connection to third party open systems
4Facility-wide Ethernet network links all field controllers to multiple graphical user interface (GUI) workstations
5Maximized staff and management productivity through a reduction in system downtime
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