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Macy 11 Penn Plaza


At Macys 11 Penn Plaza, Advantex Solutions installed a Johnson Controls DDC temperature control system controlling the heating and cooling.

Methodist Hospital Cooling Tower VFD Upgrade

At New York Methodist Hospital Advantex Solutions replaced the old cooling towers starters with Danfoss VFD’s. Interfaced to the building management system the cooling tower motors can now modulate to maintain water temperature. This allows for a more accurate and efficient way of maintaining water temperature.

PS 314Q

At PS 314Q Advantex Solutions is installing a Distech Controls Lonworks DDC temperature control system controlling the heating and cooling.

IS 868M

At IS 868M Advantex Solutions is installing a Distech Controls Lonworks DDC temperature control system controlling the heating and cooling.

ATT Lighting Project 33 Thomas St

The original layout at ATT 33 Thomas St. was to have multiple motion sensors on each data center floor to enable lighting circuits. This method proved to be very costly when you take into consideration the price of material, wiring and installation costs. Advantex Solutions Inc. (ASI) proposed Y-Wire technologies as a solution for lighting control to meet the client’s budget. Y-Wire is the first lighting control system in the world to incorporate broadband over power line communications or (BPL).  With this concept ASI installed a lighting control panel next to each lighting panel on each floor. Then we strategically installed motion sensors throughout the data center floors. Once motion is detected the lights will come on for a predetermined time, which is fully adjustable by the building personnel.  If the person working on the floor is not in front of a motion sensor and the lighting off time is approaching, the lights will start to flick (Flick Warn), giving them time to easily walk in front of the nearest sensor to restart to lighting on process again. Keep in mind that the time the lights go off after the Flick Warn, is fully adjustable. With this setup we were able to cut down the amount of motion sensors to a third. Just think about the savings from that alone, when you figure installation costs. Then with Y-Wire controllers in each control panel, the facility through BPL is able to adjust, view and monitor all the lighting floors, through our easy to navigate custom graphics. At the tip of their fingers the building engineers can manually override lights, adjust how long the lights will be on once motion is detected, or have all the lights go on and off with a master schedule. This is just a few examples of the control they will have with the Y-Wire lighting system, at a much lower cost than traditional lighting control panels. The Y-Wire lighting control system can be easily integrated to any existing BMS system.

 

Gagosian Gallery

ASI provided precise Temperature and Humidity control for the much anticipated Picasso exhibit.

AT&T VFD Uprade Project

ASI installed ABB variable frequency drives on all Liebert AC units serving data centers throughout the building. Combined with the Distech controls on the unit, you now have a more efficient way of controlling temperature.

AT&T Lighting Project 811 10th Ave

 

 The original layout at ATT 811 10th Ave was to have multiple motion sensors on each data center floor to enable lighting circuits. This method proved to be very costly when you take into consideration the price of material, wiring and installation costs. Advantex Solutions Inc. (ASI) proposed Y-Wire technologies as a solution for lighting control to meet the client’s budget. Y-Wire is the first lighting control system in the world to incorporate broadband over power line communications or (BPL).  With this concept ASI installed a lighting control panel next to each lighting panel on each floor. Then we strategically installed motion sensors throughout the data center floors. Once motion is detected the lights will come on for a predetermined time, which is fully adjustable by the building personnel.  If the person working on the floor is not in front of a motion sensor and the lighting off time is approaching, the lights will start to flick (Flick Warn), giving them time to easily walk in front of the nearest sensor to restart to lighting on process again. Keep in mind that the time the lights go off after the Flick Warn, is fully adjustable. With this setup we were able to cut down the amount of motion sensors to a third. Just think about the savings from that alone, when you figure installation costs. Then with Y-Wire controllers in each control panel, the facility through BPL is able to adjust, view and monitor all the lighting floors, through our easy to navigate custom graphics. At the tip of their fingers the building engineers can manually override lights, adjust how long the lights will be on once motion is detected, or have all the lights go on and off with a master schedule. This is just a few examples of the control they will have with the Y-Wire lighting system, at a much lower cost than traditional lighting control panels. The Y-Wire lighting control system can be easily integrated to any existing BMS system.

 

Flushing Hospital

Advantex Solutions maintains the Johnson Controls Building Management System which contols air handlers, pumps, chillers, exhaust fans, to name a few, througout the whole facility.

Bernard Fineson Boiler Controls

Advantex Solutions installed DDC controls on a new boiler plant.