TASC Systems VSWR Sensors are the solution for monitoring your transmission antenna systems. Service providers and self-maintained end user’s can rely on this monitor and alarm to keep their critical sites up and running. Designed to detect antenna and cable faults that transmitter-internal VSWR monitors may not detect, they also provide accurate in-line power measurement functionality.
TASCs BACnet compatible HVAC controller not only provides standard fixed function control to at site HVAC systems but can dynamically monitor and manipulate various parameters depending on site condition.
Flexibility to Maximize Comfort and Savings.
Internal temperature and humidity sensors, 3 universal inputs, 6 binary outputs, 2 analog outputs, 19 factory-loaded applications.
Optional embedded wireless receiver and wireless sensors for occupancy control enabling flexibility in the location of sensors for a less invasive presence.
Fully configurable, stand-alone or integrated operation and a sleek, sophisticated design with a configurable, touchscreen display.
Easily configured—modes of operation allow control based on occupancy or schedules.
Remote and local troubleshooting through a web access for more efficient service diagnosis.
BACnet-compliant on MS/TP and meets increasingly stringent energy-saving building codes.
TASCs Temperature and relative humidity sensor is a combination dual output, relative humidity/temperature transmitter. A thin film temperature compensated, polymer capacitor senses relative humidity while a solid state temperature sensor measures ambient temperature.
Independent user selectable 4-20 mA or 1-5 Vdc outputs are provided for both measured parameters via a terminal strip connection.
Remote outdoor temperature sensor, when installed, the current indoor or outdoor temperature can be monitored.
The TASC Systems current transducers are designed to measure A.C. Current in single and 3 phase systems. They convert the A.C. signal to a D.C. The output that is directly proportional to the input signal. The sensors are self-powered (i.e. no auxiliary required) average sensing RMS calibrated current transducers, mA and voltage outputs are available. The sensors are average sensing RMS calibrated, live zero current transducers. The sensor is true RMS sensing RMS calibrated allowing measurement of distorted waveforms of up to 9th harmonic with a crest factor of 5. The sensor is typically used in current measurement where the distorted waveform is common, such as thyristor drives The above units are used to measure current in energy management systems, switchboards, generator and telemetry controls. Isolation of 4kV is provided between the input and output signal, allowing the output to be fed to conventional analog meters, digital meters, PLC, and computer systems.
This one/three phase energy meter is ideal for applications that require standard parameters for monitoring and controlling power distribution systems, medium to low voltage systems, industrial automation and commercial facilities.
The TASC Systems voltage sensors are designed to measure A.C. Voltage in single and 3 phase system. They convert the A.C. Signal to a D.C. Output that is directly proportional to the input signal. The sensors are self powered (i.e. no auxiliary required) average sensing RMS calibrated voltage transducers, mA and voltage outputs are available. The sensors are average sensing RMS calibrated, live zero voltage transducers. Auxiliary is required to provide power so that 4mA output signal is present when the input is zero. The M100-VR1 is true RMS sensing RMS calibrated allowing measurement of distorted waveforms of up to 9th harmonic with a crest factor of 5. The VR1 is typically used in voltage measurement where distorted waveform is common such as thyristor drives. The above units are used to measure voltage in energy management systems, switchboards, generator and telemetry controls. Isolation of 4kV is provided between the input and output signal, allowing the output to be fed to conventional analogue meters, digital meters, PLC, and computer systems.
The sensor/shunt combination is designed to measure DC current. Connectivity is achieved by placing in-line after the power supply and connecting to the analog inputs of the TASC site monitoring device.
These isolators isolate the DC input signal from the DC Output signal, which is directly proportional to the input signal. There are two levels of isolation offered, the M100-DA1 / DV1 / DV2 have 4kV isolation and the M100-DA1I / DV1I / DV2I have 1.5kV isolation. A wide range of both D.C. Current and voltage inputs are offered. Typically, these isolators can be used to prevent earth loops, which occur when a measuring source, that is earthed, is connected to a computer or data logger that is also earthed. Another common use is to provide isolation on the inputs to a PLC. All of the above isolators have either A.C. or D.C. Auxiliaries which means they have an advantage over loop-powered units, in that if for any reason the output lead should become disconnected, the input will not be saturated.
TASCs ground detectors are specifically designed to detect ground faults on ungrounded systems, giving advanced warning of issues before leakage current may even be present. TASCs monitoring solutions employ the latest technology to ensure accurate readings on virtually all types of systems, including AC, DC, and mixed AC/DC systems, as well as systems with variable frequency drives (VFDs).
Main system detectors are designed for general AC/DC power distribution monitoring, as well as specific applications. Where applicable, these monitors meet the requirements for ground detectors set forth in NEC 250.21(B) and CEC 10-106(2). Certain devices may have industry standard specific approvals - see individual device information for details.
This TASC Systems Negative voltage sensor is designed to measure differential DC voltage for isolated power sources. This sensor is typically used for monitoring DC voltages in positive ground systems (-48-volt battery systems) by TASC Systems monitoring remote terminal units, which use a negative ground source. The sensor ± sense inputs are connected to the power source being monitored and the sensor output is then connected to one of the analog inputs of the TASC RTU using signal ground as the return path. The Differential sensors come in two voltage range configurations: 30 to 60 DCV or 8 to 30 DCV.
The TASC Systems access keypad is a heavy duty, self contained Access Control Keypad with features suitable for most residential, small commercial and harsh industrial access control applications. With a 2A relay on board, simply add power (5VDC or 12 to 24VDC) and the keypad is ready to provide dependable access control. Rugged Stainless Steel construction and proprietary Piezoelectric Billion Cycle Switch Technology™ ensures superior performance in any environment (heat, rain, snow, ice -up to 3/8").
Surface mount magnetic contact with rare earth magnet providing a 1" operating gap, 2.0" L x 0.375" W with screw terminals, 2 sided mounting tape or screw mount.
The TASC Systems Smoke Detection Module is a 120 Volt hardwired smoke alarm is an all-purpose smoke alarm incorporating "dual-ionization" technology for sensing visible and invisible particles of combustion. Up to 18 units can be interconnected for simultaneous warnings.Features:
TASC Systems Water leak detector uses sensing probes to detect water from 0 to 1/8 inch above the surface. All electronic circuitry is encapsulated in epoxy to protect from dirt, fungus and short-term immersion in water. Unit provides DPDT (2 form C) relay contact outputs rated at [email protected] Max. Unit does require external power. Additionally the unit is able to accept and monitor 1 or 2 lengths of water leak detection cable via locking plug-in connectors.
TASC Systems Liquid Leak Detection Sensor Cable provides an additional surface area for the TASC Systems Water Sensor. The unit contains embedded gold plated nickel sensors every 3 feet. Water sensor cable is ultra flexible and contains an end-of-line test push button. The cable does not absorb, trap or wick moisture into the cable. Cable length is available in 12, 24 or 36 feet lengths.
TASC Systems’ Category 6 Patch Panels offer you all the functionality and compatibility as any name brand. Each panel comes with 110-type termination while meeting and exceeding EIA/TIA TSB-40 Cat6 connecting hardware specifications. Color coded for both EIA/TIA 568A & 568B installations. 24 ports ensure a wide range of plug-n-play options. The clear numbering on both the front and back of each panel gives you a quick and easy way to identify cable runs and the high-density 19in panel design will save you valuable space in on the rack.Features:
TASCs cellular data modem was engineered specifically for the small size, low cost, and low power requirements of the IoT & M2M applications that are booming across the globe. The modem provides robust and reliable CAT1 LTE connections with speeds of up to 10 Mbps. The modem features 10/100 Ethernet, RS232 Serial Data, and Tunneling Capabilities all while retaining ultra-low power consumption.Features
TASCs cellular data modem was engineered specifically for the small size, low cost, and low power requirements of the IoT & M2M applications that are booming across the globe. The modem provides robust and reliable CAT1 LTE connections with speeds of up to 10 Mbps. The modem features 10/100 Ethernet, RS232 Serial Data, and Tunneling Capabilities all while retaining ultra low power consumption.Features
The TASC Systems 900Mhz data modem provides a robust and secure 900 MHz FHSS ISM solution with wireless link rates up to 345 kbps. The modem can transport your critical Ethernet, serial (RS232/485) and USB based data, simultaneously.Features:
The TASC Systems DC Current Sensor Rack Mounting Kit allows for up to 8 dc current sensors and shunts to be securely mounted in a 19” rack environment.
The TASC Systems Summit Din Rail mount kit allows for Summit to be mounted on a standard DIN rail. The kit includes 2 standard mounting brackets as well as 1 300mm (1ft) length of aluminum DIN Rail.
The TASC Systems Summit NEMA4 enclosure protects the Summit for either indoor or outdoor use to provide a degree of protection to personnel against incidental contact with the enclosed equipment; to provide a degree of protection against falling dirt, rain, sleet, snow, windblown dust, splashing water, and hose-directed water; and that will be undamaged by the external formation of ice on the enclosure.
The TASC Systems Summit Rack Mount Kit allows the summit to be mounted into a standard 19” rack.