Thermal conductivity (TC) and infrared control
systems are used to detect changes in [CO.sub.2] levels.
The system can control up to 16 types of equipment including: lights, heating and cooling systems, remote control TV, VCR and sound systems, motorized bed, room-to-room or door answering intercoms, electric door releases and any other device activated by a relay, switch or infrared control
Allow remote (wireless) infrared control
of all functions.
Its current Light Smart Home devices series includes smart plug, smart switch, and infrared control
These all-stainless units come with a suction probe and an optional handheld infrared control
resembling a tv remote control.
, in such a situation, "makes handling more operator-proof.
(One manufacturer estimates that about 10% of all applications today are equipped with radio controls.) Infrared control
, a less costly but more limited technology, is used primarily on smaller, less sophisticated systems.
Additional design elements include infrared controls
fitted in the urinals to prevent unnecessary flushing, meters to monitor energy and water consumption, new LED lighting and lighting controls and alternative methods of water heating to allow boilers to be shut down in summer.
For example, Surface Acoustic Wave (SAW) touchscreens, as opposed to resistive or infrared controls
, are best for hazardous areas because the display uses sound waves to locate the cursor, eliminating the use of exposed electrical components.
Now even the most novice Linux user can add professional network management capabilities to their applications, build a web-based appliance and a command line interface, build a framebuffer interface using infrared controls
as input, as well as manage logs and alarms on appliance.