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Latest News – Santa Clara County Turns to Cypress Envirosystems for Energy Retrofit

The county of Santa Clara, California, has completed a major energy retrofit of its buildings using the Wireless Pneumatic Thermostat system from Cypress Envirosystems, a subsidiary of Cypress Semiconductor Corp. The county operates 11 million square feet of existing facilities, with an annual energy cost of $15 million.
More > – Data Acquisition and Logging Gets on Track

Trevor Stripling works with PLCs, HMIs and data acquisition equipment all day in his job as a control systems engineer at Contech Control Services in La Porte, Texas. Stripling supports engineering procurement contractors (EPCs) in Texas and along the Gulf Coast, providing front-end project definition, planning, estimating, detailed engineering, systems integration and More > – Improving Asset Management with a Performance-Based Strategy

Genentech’s focus on implementing a performance-based monitoring strategy led the company to a non-invasive wireless monitoring solution. By implementing the solution on steam traps and critical research equipment, Genentech was able to improve its asset management strategy, find energy savings and improve uptime. More > – Read Manual Dial Gauges, Wirelessly in Minutes

Do you operate or maintain older buildings with dozens of manual gauges on air handlers, chillers, boilers, air filters, and/or air compressors?  Do you wish you could read them automatically, trend and graph the data, and beep your pager if there is an excursion?  Wouldn’t it be convenient if the dial gauges could be connected to your BAS (Building Automation System)?
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Control Engineering – Convert Existing Gauges, Transducers, Monitors to Wireless

Cypress Envirosystems, a subsidiary of Cypress Semiconductor Corp., has recently released several non-invasive sensing and wireless technologies which can be installed on existing automation devices in retrofit applications.
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Control Engineering – Sustainability push leads to tangible product innovations

Innovation is often more about developing a new use for an existing technology than it is about creating a new technology or product out of whole cloth. Two new innovations—both of which grew out of initiatives to help companies save energy and money—serve as great examples of this fact.
More > – New Wireless Steam Trap Monitor Installs in Minutes to Detect Costly Leaks, with Payback of about One Year

“Steam traps” are mechanical devices installed on the pipes to remove condensate from the steam flow; they are needed to maintain the proper operation of the steam distribution system.  A typical hospital or university campus may have several hundred or even thousands of steam traps. Unfortunately, steam traps have a tendency to leak, and even a single leaking trap can waste up to thousands of dollars of energy per year.  According to the US Department of Energy, on average 15-25% of steam traps are leaking at existing installations, which means hundreds of thousands of dollars of wasted energy per year per site.   It is therefore critical to detect and correct failures quickly.  More > – Cypress Envirosystems – 2009 EETimes ACE Awards Startup of the Year Finalist

2009 EETimes ACE Awards Finalists: Company of the Year, Startup of the Year Award, Executive of the Year
More > – Most likely new company to succeed

The consensus opinion of journalists attending the ARC Forum press conferences February 2 held Cypress Envirosystems as most likely new company to succeed. The company, a subsidiary of Cypress Semiconductor Corp., announced that the low cost and fast installation of the
More > – Cypress Envirosystems Wins Product of the Year Award from EN-Genius Network

SAN JOSE, Calif. --(Business Wire)-- Cypress Envirosystems, a subsidiary of Cypress Semiconductor Corp. (NYSE:CY), today announced that its energy-saving wireless control and monitoring solutions have been named "Most Cost-Effective Energy
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