OPIX Airtight™ Compressed Air Automation

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OPIX Airtight™ Compressed Air Automation

OPIX AirtightTM replaces traditional compressor sequencers with a state-of-the-art automation solution.

A typical application of OPIX AirtightTM is control of a networked industrial compressed air system.  You get everything with the OPIX Now!TM Framework plus following:

  • Eliminates energy waste
  • Provides state of the art compressor sequencing
  • Load matching
  • Independent user zones with isolation valves
  • Pressure monitoring

OPIX AirtightTM communicates  with compressors with either our built-in ModBus protocol, or direct digital control with physical I/O. OPIX AirtightTM provides very attractive energy savings beyond typical compressor control technologies.

THE MASTER CONTROLLER APPLICATION

The OPIX AirtightTM master controller is used to monitor the system pressures and flows and select the appropriate compressors for stable and efficient control.  The single master controller can manage a maximum of 4 air compressor rooms; either individually to control separate pressure headers, or in combination for more efficient use of the of the available compressors.

COMPRESSOR CONTROLLER APPLICATION

The OPIX AirtightTM compressor controller is a highly configurable industrial compressor controller. It is capable of controlling and monitoring various functions of an air compressor through our on board Modbus communication architecture, or through hardware I/O or, even a combination of both.

ZONE CONTROLLER APPLICATION

The OPIX AirtightTM compressed air valve controller is used to schedule, monitor and provide automatic 'not-in-use shut-off control of individual supply branches or even a single machine or tool. Each controller is capable of handing up to 4 separate valves/zones, which translates into lower installation costs.  Enabling the use of more valving and providing additional savings from reduced air leakage and lowered compressor needs is what the OPIX AirtightTM solution is all about.

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