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Attendees will learn how industrial sensors are evolving to meet the demanding needs of the HVACR industry.
Sensors are an integral part of most heating, ventilation, air-conditioning and refrigeration (HVACR) systems — helping to not only maintain a comfortable indoor climate, but also to enable the HVACR system to perform properly. To explore the continually evolving demands of sensors in the HVACR industry, TE Connectivity (TE), a world leader in connectivity and sensors, is teaming up with Design News, the trusted source of news, trends and technology insights and analysis for the engineering community, to host a free webinar, Exploring Sensors in HVACR Systems, June 10 at 11 a.m. ET.
Interested attendees can register on Design News website here.
“From the ventilation system to the cooling, heating and refrigeration equipment within a facility, sensor technologies help reduce downtime, improve productivity, and lower maintenance costs while also improving efficiencies and reducing operating costs,” said Devin Brock, TE product knowledge and training manager, sensors. “Within the HVACR industry, sensors and HVACR systems are evolving to meet the industry needs for much finer control and improved performance and efficiency.”
Attendees of the webinar will learn and explore the following from Brock as well as Paul Sittard, TE account manager, sensors:
- HVACR trends that are influencing the industry
- Specific sensor technologies that are improving HVACR system efficiencies and reliability
- Technologies used to manufacture the sensors and the advantages that each technology brings
- Real-life use case examples where sensors have been successful in HVACR systems
“TE sensors play a major role in regulating HVACR systems,” adds Sittard. “Our portfolio of sensor solutions are designed for rugged environments and include wider operating ranges, better accuracies and enhanced performance that are transforming the HVACR industry.”
For more information on TE Sensor products, visit te.com/sensors.