American Museum of Natural History

OVERVIEW

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.

Highlights

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    American Auto-Matrix’s Pinnacle Series controllers that monitors and regulates the cooling, heating, humidification, and ventilation systems
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    American Auto-Matrix’s Oritor communications network that allows for direct connection to ABB Variable Frequency Drives, Trane package AC units, and York chillers
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    BACnet and LonWorks enabled for future connection to third party open systems
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    Facility-wide Ethernet network links all field controllers to multiple graphical user interface (GUI) workstations
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    Maximized staff and management productivity through a reduction in system downtime