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New Parker Sporlan SMART Service Tools; Read, Record and Export HVAC/R System Temperatures, Pressures, Superheat and Subcooling Faster and Easier

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Washington, MO, October 6, 2014 – Sporlan Division of Parker Hannifin Corporation, the global leader in motion and control technologies, releases the innovative SMART Service Tools that display, record and export HVAC/R system temperatures, pressures, superheat and subcooling using a free app.

SMART Service Tools are lightweight wireless sensors that conveniently sync with an iPhone or iPad app, enabling you to read a system’s real-time pressures and temperatures without using cumbersome hoses or manifold gauges.

Parker’s New S3C Series Refrigerated Case Controls Ensure Food Safety Through Advanced Diagnostics, Failsafe and Stand-Alone Control Mechanisms

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Advanced controls provide safety, security and service for remote and self-contained single- or multiple-coil refrigerated display appliances.

WASHINGTON, Mo. – January 22, 2018 – The Sporlan Division of Parker Hannifin Corporation, the global leader in motion and control technologies, today announced the launch of its S3C Series of case control products. Consisting of a case controller, remote display and valve module, the family of innovative controls is designed to facilitate both installation and integration by refrigerated appliance OEMs, as well as streamline retrofit into existing supermarket refrigeration control installations. The entire S3C line supports open protocol communication via BACnet and Modbus communication networks. When enabled, the controller provides automated configuration and network integration.

The S3C Case Control peer-to-peer system is capable of standalone or building automation system (BAS) operation of up to eight refrigerated cases per lineup, with control modes to handle superheat, case temperature and/or suction for the most efficient operation possible. Additionally, the family of controls has been designed to simplify and shorten new equipment setups and retrofits. Color-coded temperature sensor wires make installation easier. Control of either step motor or pulse width modulation valves provides flexibility. Bright, colored quick-view LEDs show case status at a glance.

Display case OEMs are continuing to look for improved ease of use, quicker store startups, access to more data and efficient system operation for the end user. The S3C Series’ advanced monitoring, diagnostic and networking capabilities make these goals possible, facilitating a one-day store setup time, versus the average ten-day setup time. This significantly reduces the time and cost required to launch a new supermarket. Additionally, by monitoring more inputs, S3C case controls provide more system data to end users, minimizing product loss and service calls.

“Parker is partnering with supermarket display case OEMs to streamline and simplify store refrigeration for end users,” said Sporlan’s Jim Ruether, product manager – electronics. “Unlike competitive control products, the S3C Series case control products offer automatic system tuning to prevent PID setting configuration. This saves time and avoids potential mistakes. What’s more, the S3C controls monitor and provide alarms throughout the network on numerous parameters such as case temperature, fan current, defrost heater current and stepper motor operation. That’s the kind of timely information that leads directly to the most energy efficient system operation.”

The S3C Series refrigerated case controls will be on display at the 2018 AHR Expo in McCormick Place, Chicago, January 22-24 (Booth #4936).

For additional product information, contact svdtechsupport@parker.com.

Micro Thermo Manuals

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MT Alliance™ is the Micro Thermo software application that provides a powerful, yet easy-to-use interface to your supermarket’s refrigeration, HVAC and lighting systems. In a single interface, MT Alliance provides the applications to configure, control, monitor and analyze all of your supermarket’s daily operations.

The combination of MT Alliance software and Micro Thermo’s family of distributed intelligent controllers creates a simple, yet powerful integrated controls solution for food retailers.

Operations Manuals

Document Description
Bulletin 100-50-10.1 Case Controller Installation/Operation Manual
Bulletin 100-50-10.2 MT-700 Monitoring Node Installation/Operation Manual
Bulletin 100-50-10.3 MT-700 2-Valve Controller Installation/Operation Manual
Bulletin 100-50-10.4 Circuit Controller Installation/Operation Manual

Hardware Installation Manuals

Document Description
70-PHW-1016-R2.1 Summary of Board Power Requirements
70-PHW-1014-R1.3 Designing a LowTemperature Rack with DT-EEPR Controllers
70-PHW-1027-R0.5 023-0399 MT-IRFD Specifications and Quick Install Guide
74-MTA-1004-R1.1 DT-EEPR Troubleshooting Guide
70-MTA-1003-R3.3 MT Alliance System Architecture Guidelines Manual
70-MTA-1011-R0.2 MT Alliance Prolon VC1000 Installation Guide
70-PHW-1003-R1.0 Micro Thermo Standard Wiring Guide
70-PHW-1013-R1.3 Designing a Medium Temperature Rack with DT-EEPR Controllers
70-PHW-1017-R2.4 CO and Diesel NO2 Gas Detector Technical Manual
70-PHW-1018-R2.4 023-034X Refrigerant Leak Detector Manual
70-PHW-1023-R2.4 023-0344 Ammonia Leak Detector Manual
75-PHW-1012-R2.1 MT Anti-Sweat Stand-Alone User Manual

Software Manuals

Document Description
71-MTA-1041-R1.4 Multi-Purpose Controller Programming Guide
71-MTA-1007-R3.1 MT Alliance – Refrigeration Technician’s Manual
71-MTA-1014-R1.2 MTA 3.0 4Zones 508 (Fr)
71-MTA-1015 R2.1 Lighting Relay Controller
71-MTA-1027-R1.4 Lighting Controller 5 Zones Manual
71-MTA-1033-R2.1 MT Alliance – Supermarket Control System
71-MTA-1039-R1.1 RTU Plug-in Technician Manual
75-MTA-1021-R1.92 MT Alliance EFM User Manual
76-MTA-1002-R4.2 MT Alliance Quick Reference Guide
75-MTA-1005-R2.5 MT Alliance User Manual

Quick Setup Guides

Document Description
73-MTA-1018-R1.3 MT Alliance – Temperature Sensor Calibration Procedure
72-MTA-1012-R1.2 Adding a 023-0345 CO Sensor Model in MT Alliance
72-MTA-1018-R0.2 MT-CALC Quick Setup Guide
72-MTA-1019-R4.2 MT-Alarm Installation Guide
72-MTA-1025-R0.5 DT-EEPR Quick Setup Guide
72-MTA-1030-R0.2 Adding a 023-0319 Differential Thermistor Sensor Model in MT Alliance
72-MTA-1031-R0.5 Adding a WattsOn Power Monitor Model in MT Alliance
72-MTA-1033-R1.2 Power Display Installation Guide
72-MTA-1037-R3.0 Anti-Sweat Installation Guide
72-MTA-1041-R3.3 CO2 Sensor Installation Guide
72-MTA-1043-R1.1 023-0480 Infrared Gas Detector Installation Guide
72-MTA-1044-R4.2 1-8” Male NPT Series Pressure Transducer Installation Guide
72-PHW-1001-R1.2 P05-K53 DPF700 Flow Meter Installation Guide
72-PHW-1003-R2.2 023-0159 12in Duct Temperature Sensor Spec & Install
72-PHW-1004-R1.2 023-0053 8in Duct Temperature Sensor Spec & Install
72-PHW-1005-R1.2 023-0196 12in Duct Temperature Sensor Spec & Install
72-PHW-1007-R1.2 023-0140 4in Strap-On Temp Probe & Transmitter Spec & Install
72-PHW-1008-R0.2 023-0041 Space Sensor with Setpoint Spec & Install
72-PHW-1009-R2.2 952-0009 8in Therm 10k T3 Penetration Probe Spec & Install
72-PHW-1010-R1.2 023-0329 8in Duct Temperature Sensor Spec & Install
72-PHW-1011-R0.4 023-0031 OSA Humidity 2% and Temperature Install & Spec
72-PHW-1012-R0.2 023-0032 OSA Humidity 2% and Temperature Install & Spec
72-PHW-1013-R0.3 023-0046 Wall Temperature T3 Sensor Spec & Install
72-PHW-1014-R0.3 023-0327 Wall Temperature T2 Sensor Spec & Install
72-PHW-1015-R1.2 023-0026 Wall Humid & Temp T2 Sensor Spec & Install
72-PHW-1016-R0.4 023-0178 Wall Humidity & Temp T3 Sensor Spec & Install
72-PHW-1017-R0.3 023-0050 OSA Temperature T3 Sensor Spec & Install
72-PHW-1018-R0.3 023-0328 OSA Temperature T2 Sensor Spec & Install
72-PHW-1019-R0.4 Immersion T2 Sensor Spec & Install
72-PHW-1020-R1.2 950-0590 Case Temperature Probe Spec & Install
72-PHW-1021-R0.3 023-0141 Duct Humidity 2% Spec & Install
72-PHW-1024-R1.1 MT-3810FTT Repeater Installation Guide
72-PHW-1026-R1.1 023-0059 Product Simulator Probe
72-PHW-1028-R1.3 DTS 310 023-0461 Quick Start Guide
023-0389 OSA, Wall Mount CO2 Sensor (2,000ppm)
952-0008 652psis Pressure Transducer Installation Guide
952-0012 200psis Pressure Transducer Installation Guide
47-PHW-1001-R1.3 MT-331A Neuron Board
47-PHW-1003-R1.2 MT-331P Virtual MT5XX Node
47-PHW-1005-R0.4 252-001X Pipe Sensor Clip

3rd Party Products

023-0142 023-0142 Light Sensor Analog, Indoor Photocell, Pwr 12-24Vdc Sig 1-10V
023-0270 023-0270 Duct CO2 Sensor No Display 2000ppm Sig=analog
053-0093 053-0093 ODC-59 NC Door Contact
200-0045 200-0045 UPS Backup 350VA
220-0030 220-0030 LPR-10 Router Rodule TPFT-10 toTPFT-10
220-0038 220-0038 PCLTA-21FT-10 PCI Network Card
220-0040 220-0040 LTA-TPFT-10 USB Network Interface
400-0003 400-0003 Power Supply 24VDC 1.3A Din Rail

OEM Wiring Diagrams

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Standard Applications

Drawing Title Date
A-001a Refrigeration Schematic November 2014
A-001b Refrigeration Schematic w/ CKT LEDs November 2014
A-002 Secondary Cooling System (1 Chiller) November 2014
A-003 Secondary Cooling (2 Chillers) November 2014
A-004 Secondary Cooling w/ MT-512 November 2014
A-101 Suction Pressure Controller (MT-504) November 2014
A-102 MT-CMP Screw Compressor (CEM) November 2014
A-103 MT-CMP w/ MT-UNLD – High Press Ctrl & Oil Ctrl November 2014
A-104 MT-CMP – High Press Ctrl & Oil Ctrl November 2014
A-105 MT-CMP w/ MT-UNLD – Demand Cool & Sentronic Oil Ctrl November 2014
A-106 MT-CMP – Demand Cool & Sentronic Oil Ctrl November 2014
A-107 MT-CMP w/ MT-UNLD – High Pressure, Solid State Module, Demand Cool & Oil Press Ctrl November 2014
A-108 MT-CMP – High Press, Solid State Module, Demand Cool & Oil Press Ctrl November 2014
A-109 MT-CMP w/ MT-UNLD – High Press, Solid State Module & Oil Press Ctrl November 2014
A-110 MT-CMP – High Press, Solid State Module & Oil Press Ctrl November 2014
A-111 MT-CMP and Carlyle Electronic Module (CEM) November 2014
A-112 MT-CMP and Carlyle Electronic Module (LONCEM) November 2014
A-202 Condenser Fan Ctrl w/ MT-508 November 2014
A-202a Condenser Fan Ctrl w/ MT-508 and EC Variable Speed Motors November 2014
A-203 Condenser Fan Ctrl w/ MT-512 November 2014
A-204 Evaporative Condenser System w/ Variable Speed Fan (MT-508) November 2014
A-205 Evaporative Condenser System w/ Two-Speed Fan (MT-508) November 2014
A-206 Evaporative Condenser System Using Main & Secondary Motor November 2014
A-301 Subcooling Controller (MT-508) November 2014
A-302 MT-CKT Circuit Controller (24V) November 2014
A-303 MT-CKT Circuit Controller w/ SWLED November 2014
A-304 MT-504 Enviroguard & Mechanical Subcooler November 2014
A-305 MT-504 Enviroguard November 2014
A-306 MT-504 Mechanical Subcooler November 2014
A-307 MT-508 Enviroguard & 2 Mechanical Subcoolers November 2014
A-308 MT-508 2 Mechancial Subcoolers November 2014
A-309 MT-CKT Circuit Controller (120V) November 2014
209-0056 NTI VIP USB KVM rev1 May 2016
961-651D Case Controller G2 Wiring rev3 May 2016
963-CCxx Case Controller 963-CC1A & 963-CC2R G2 rev1 May 2016

Controller Specifications

Drawing Title Date
C-001 MT-500 Controller November 2014
C-002 MT-504 Controller November 2014
C-003 MT-508 Controller November 2014
C-004 MT-512 Controller November 2014
C-005 MT-CKT Circuit Controller November 2014
C-006 MT-CKT Circuit Controller w/ SWLED November 2014
C-008 MT-CMP Compressor Controller November 2014
C-009 MT-CMP Compressor Controller w/ MT-Unloader November 2014
C-010 DT-EEPR Dual-Temp EEPR Controller November 2014
C-011 MT-MVC Modulating Valve Controller November 2014
C-012 MT-331 Neuron Board November 2014
C-013 MT-ALARM Alarm Board November 2014
C-014 MT-CASE Case Controller December 2014

Sensor Specifications

Drawing Title Date
S-001 Pipe Temperature Sensor (023-0072) November 2014
S-002 Bullet Temperature Sensor (023-0073) November 2014
S-003 Pressure Transducer (952-000x) November 2016
S-004 Outside Temp/Humidity Sensor (023-0031) December 2014
S-005 Outside Temp Sensor (023-0328) December 2014
S-006 Temperature Box Probe (023-0159) December 2014
S-007 Temperature Box Probe (023-0179) December 2014
S-008 Pipe Temperature Sensor (023-0076) December 2014

Transformers Specifications

Drawing Title Date
T-001 Transformer: 120V to 24VAC, 20VA (560-0008) December 2014
T-002 Transformer: 120/240V to 16/32VCT, 100VA, Closed (560-0012) December 2014
T-004 Transformer: 120V to 24VAC, 500VA, Closed (560-0019) December 2014
T-005 Transformer: 24V to 24VCT, 40VA, Open (560-0022) December 2014
T-007 Transformer: 120/208/240V to 24/32VCT, 150VA, Open (560-0026) December 2014
T-008 Transformer: 120/208/240V to 24VCT, 20VA, Open (560-0027) December 2014
T-009 Transformer: 120/240V to 12/24VCT, 100VA, Closed (560-0025) December 2014
T-010 Transformer: 600V to 12/24VCT, 50VA, Closed (560-0029) December 2014

Panel Drawings

Drawing Title Date
961-0004 Lighting Ctrl Panel 4 Relays rev1 May 2016
961-0008 Lighting Ctrl Panel 8 Relays rev1 May 2016
961-0101 Anti-Sweat 12 Relays 20A rev2 May 2016
961-0102 Anti-Sweat 20 Relays 20A rev2 May 2016
961-0104 Anti-Sweat 12 Relays 30A rev2 May 2016
961-0105 Anti-Sweat 20 Relays 30A rev2 May 2016
961-0106 Anti-Sweat 24 Relays 30A rev2 May 2016
961-0107 Anti-Sweat 12 Relays 40A rev2 May 2016
961-0108 Anti-Sweat 16 Relays 20A rev3 May 2016
961-0109 Anti-Sweat 24 Relays 20A rev2 May 2016

Electronic Controls

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Electric Valves

In current designs, the electronics controlling the valve are separate from the valve itself. The correct term to describe the valves is therefore electronically controlled electric valves. Since electric valves are assigned their function in the system by the software in their controller, an electric valve can be used anywhere in the system; as an expansion valve, discharge gas bypass valve, evaporator control valve, heat reclaim valve, head pressure control valve or crankcase pressure control valve.

Number Title Date Pages
Bulletin 100-9 Electric Valves for Refrigerant Control April 2007 16
Bulletin 100-20 Electric Expansion Valves – SER, SERI, SEHI April 2018 20
Bulletin 100-20-1 Electric Expansion Valves – SER-AA, -A September 2016 4
Bulletin 100-20-4 Electric Expansion Valve Type SERI-F December 2012 4
Bulletin 100-20-5 Electric Expansion Valve Type SEH-P March 2013 4
Bulletin 100-20-6 Unipolar Electric Expansion Valves June 2014 4
Bulletin 100-20-7 SEHI-T Electric Expansion Valve December 2015 4
Bulletin 100-40 Electric Pressure Regulating Valves – CDS Series April 2018 16
Bulletin 100-40-1 (S)ORIT to CDS Conversion Kits November 2012 4
Bulletin 100-40-2 A8/SPORT and A9 to CDS Valve September 2015 4
Bulletin 100-40-3 Modulating 3-Way Valve Types MTW-9 and MTW-17 July 2015 8
Bulletin 100-60 Electric Hot Gas Bypass Valves March 2018 8
Bulletin 100-80 Sporlan Gas Cooler/Flash Gas Bypass Valves September 2016 12
Form 100-164 Reducing Pressure Drop in Suction Lines August 2002 4
Form 100-202 Direct and Indirect Savings Using Step Motor Valves October 2004 4
Form 100-302 Proven Value of Electronic Suction Control June 2010 4
Form 100-304 SER-C 2nd Generation – Proven Value of Electronic Superheat Control November 2010 2
Form 100-314 Type SERI – Electronic Expansion Valve December 2010 2
Form 100-419 Electronic Valves Poster September 2014 1
Form 100-439 A8/SPORT TO CDS CONVERSION KIT Countermat May 2015 1
Form 100-503 Uni-polar EEV with Internal Check January 2017 2
Form 100-504 EEV with Serviceable Inlet Strainer January 2017 2
SD-218 Step Motor Pressure Regulating Valve Types CDS(T)-2, -4, -7, -9, -16, -17 Installation and Servicing Instructions June 2016 4
SD-243 SEI and SEH – Installation and Servicing Instructions November 2012 4
SD-244 Electric Discharge Bypass Valves SDR-3, 3x and SDR-4 – Installation and Servicing Instructions September 2003 4
SD-286 Step Motor Expansion Valves – Installation and Servicing Instructions May 2016 4
SD-287 Step Motor Expansion Valves Installation Instructions July 2010 4
SD-297 Installation Instructions: (S)ORIT to CDS Conversion Kit May 2007 2
SD-348 Step Motor Expansion Valves Types SER-AA, -A, -B, -C, -D, & -E Installation and Servicing Instructions June 2013 2
SD-398 Gas Cooler & Flash Gas Bypass Pressure Regulating Valves Installation and Servicing Instructions September 2014 4
SD-399 A8/SPORT Pressure Regulator CDS Conversion Kits January 2015 4
SD-401 Step Motor Expansion Valves Type SEH Installation and Servicing Instructions November 2014 4
SD-407 Modulating 3-Way Valve May 2015 2
SD-420 A9 Pressure Regulator CDS Conversion Kits September 2015 4
SD-425 SEHI Installation Instructions February 2018 4
SD-426 SER-AA, -A, -B, -C, -D Installation Instructions February 2018 4
SD-432 Uni-polar EEV with Internal Check December 2016 2

Controller Packages

The Sporlan Subcool Control is a simple means of controlling the Electronic Expansion Valve (EEV) on most liquid subcooling systems. The Subcool Control provides liquid temperature and superheat (pressure-temperature) control for most common refrigerants. It displays actual leaving liquid temperature, superheat, suction pressure, valve position, controller status, and alarms. It also allows manual control of the valve position.

Number Title Date Pages
Bulletin 100-50-5 Kelvin II Series Electric Valve Controllers January 2013 4
Bulletin 100-50-5.1 Superheat Control Installation and Operation Instructions August 2016 36
Bulletin 100-50-5.2 Subcool Control – Installation and Operation Instructions November 2012 22
Bulletin 100-50-5.3 Temperature Control – Installation and Operation Instructions November 2012 16
Bulletin 100-50-5.4rd Secondary Fluid Control System with Remote Display January 2016 20
Bulletin 100-50-5.5 Pressure Control – Installation and Operation Instructions November 2018 20
Bulletin 100-50-5.6 Chiller Control – Installation and Operation Instructions March 2014 28
Bulletin 100-50-6.1 PSK201 – Installation and Operating Instructions September 2012 4
Bulletin 100-50-6.2 PSK203/223/233 – Installation and Operating Instructions September 2012 8
Bulletin 100-50-6.3 PSK221/PSK231 – Installation and Operating Instructions September 2012 8
Bulletin 100-50-6.4 PSK204 – Installation and Operating Instructions September 2012 8
Bulletin 100-50-6.5 PSK214 – Installation and Operating Instructions September 2012 12
Bulletin 100-50-9 S3C Series Case Controls August 2017 4
Bulletin 100-50-9.1 S3C Series Case Controls – Installation and Operation Instructions January 2018 146
Form 100-335 Subcool Control Electric Expansion Valve Controller October 2011 2
Forms 100-345 through 100-352 PSK Refrigeration Controls
Form 100-359 PSK Series Refrigeration Controllers for Low and Medium Temperature Applications January 2014 4
Form 100-364 Secondary Fluid Valve and Controller For Secondary Fluid Refrigeration January 2013 2
Form 100-526 S3C Controls and SSER or SPW valves August 2017 2
SD-324 Superheat Control Quick Reference Guide July 2016 2
SD-358 Sporlan Subcool Control – Quick Reference Guide November 2012 2
SD-358R Subcool-O-Matic Replacement Instructions June 2012 12
SD-375 Sporlan Temperature Control – Quick Reference Guide September 2012 2
SD-377 Secondary Fluid Control Quick Reference Guide January 2013 2
SD-378 Pressure Control Quick Reference Guide July 2013 2
SD-392 Sporlan Chiller Control Quick Reference Guide January 2014 2
SD-429 S3C Case Control Quick Reference Guide August 2017 2
SD-436 S3C Display Module Quick Reference Guide August 2017 2
SD-437 S3C Valve Module Quick Reference Guide August 2017 2
SD-453 S3C Site Performance Test August 2018 12
SD-453a S3C Site Function Performance Test Checklist August 2018 2
Program Download PSK Competitive Cross Reference Program

Control Boards

The Sporlan Cold Room Control (CRC) is a microprocessor-based system designed to precisely control refrigeration evaporators in walk-in coolers and freezers. It accurately controls refrigerant flow and provides a single point of reference for all control components. By monitoring pressure and temperatures, the CRC controls evaporator temperature more accurately and consistently than mechanical thermostatic expansion valves. In addition to superheat and room temperature control, the CRC is configured to control evaporator fans, the liquid line solenoid, defrost heaters, and defrost schedules. Valves and sensors may be purchased from Sporlan.

Number Title Date Pages
Bulletin 100-50-1 Sporlan TCB – Temperature Control Board December 2010 4
Bulletin 100-50-4.1 Cold Room Control Installation and Operating Instructions March 2013 28
SD-242 Temperature Control Board – Installation and Servicing Instructions February 2011 4
SD-252 Chiller Controller – Installation and Servicing Instructions April 2008 4
SD-255 Pressure Controller September 2001 2
SD-257 Superheat Controller – Installation and Servicing Instructions March 2005 4
SD-269 Temperature Controller – Installation and Servicing Instructions June 2003 4
SD-273 Two Valve Temperature Controller – Installation and Servicing Instructions May 2003 4
SD-302 Cold Room Control, Quick Reference Guide March 2013 8

Components and Accessories

The IB-G (interface board-global) has been developed to offer a highly configurable interface board that can accept 4-20 milliamp or 0-10 volt DC analog input signals. The IB-G will replace all of the obsolete legacy IB’s (IB1, IB2, IB3, IB6, and IB-ESX). The IB-G is designed to allow externally supplied control signals to control one or two Sporlan step motor valves including CDS evaporator control valves, SDR electric discharge bypass valves and SEI/SER/SEH electric expansion valves.

The LLS (Liquid Level Sensor) is an analog sensor that provides a way to monitor refrigerant levels in commercial A/C & R systems. Sporlan also offers temperature sensors and pressure transducers as inputs to our controller packages and control boards listed above.

Number Title Date Pages
Bulletin 100-50-2 Sporlan IB Series Interface Boards IB1, IB2, IB3, IB6, IB ESX July 2014 4
Bulletin 100-50-2.1 Sporlan IB-G Series Interface Board September 2016 8
Bulletin 100-50-7.1 Liquid Level Sensors For Analog Type May 2017 4
Bulletin 100-50-3 IB-ESX Series Interface Boards January 2007 2
SD-213 SMA-12 – 12 VDC Bipolar Step Motor Actuator January 2006 2
SD-245 Pressure Transducer and Temperature Sensor April 2017 4
SD-278 Sporlan IB Series Interface Boards IB1, IB2, IB3, IB6, IB ESX Installation Instructions July 2014 4
SD-300 IB ESX Series Interface Boards Installation Instructions August 2007 2
SD-362 Pressure Transducer Reference Guide April 2017 1
SD-402 IB-G Quick Reference Guide March 2015 2
SD-423 RHT-2301, Air Temperature/Humidity Sensor Quick Reference Guide April 2016 2
SD-440 Sensor-CT, Current Transformer Quick Reference Guide May 2017 2

Sporlan Division of Parker Hannifin is a Bronze Winner in ACHR News 2015 Dealer Design Awards

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Washington, MO,July 20, 2015 – Sporlan Division of Parker Hannifin Corporation, the global leader in motion and control technologies, was recognized for excellence in product designin the 12th annual Dealer Design Awards Program sponsored by The Air Conditioning Heating & Refrigeration News magazine. An independent panel of contractors acted as judges in the contest that had 107 entries. The company’s SMART Service Tool Kit was the Bronze Award Winner in the Electronic Tools category. The ACHR News is the leading trade magazine in the heating, ventilating, air conditioning, and refrigeration industries.

News Publisher Mike Murphy stated, “These awards give us a unique opportunity to recognize the outstanding research and development efforts that go into many of the products serving the HVACR industry and the awards issue gives our readers an opportunity to read about innovative installation and service solutions.”

“The SMART Service Tool Kit includes the only wire-free sensors available in the HVAC/R industry,” said Matt Wehmeyer, product manager. “The sensors achieve an Ingress Protection rating of IP-65, which allows them to be used in the rain and dirty environments. This feature, along with the long battery life and robust designs are what sets the sensors apart from the competition.”

“The sensors from the SMART Service Tool Kit can be easily attached to the refrigeration or AC unit. Once the app is activated, the pressures and temperatures will be displayed right on your smart phone or tablet. The app also calculates superheat and subcooling, records and stores the data in a .csv file, and quickly prepares an email to send your data to anyone. It’s that simple,” said Wehmeyer. “We are happy to be recognized as a leader in the Electronic Tools category and as we continue to enhance the product, we are sure that contractors will want to add this to their toolbox.”

Winning entries in the Dealer Design Awards were featured in the July 20, 2015 issue of The ACHR News, which is distributed nationally to over 33,000 HVACR contractors, wholesalers, and other industry professionals. For more information and further coverage, visit www.achrnews.com.

SMART Service Tools

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SMART Pro/R and SMART Service Tools from Sporlan are lightweight wireless sensors that sync with an app, enabling you to read, record and export system real-time pressures and temperatures. The free app automatically displays superheat and subcooling. Contractors monitor system’s performance anywhere within Bluetooth range, minimizing steps between components and equipment. Hoses are eliminated reducing charge loss. Data is easily recorded, saved and emailed providing proof of work.
Number Title Date Pages
Form 140-495 Sporlan SMART Pro/R Service Tools FAQs August 2016 4
Form 140-487 Sporlan SMART Pro/R Service Tools Brochure August 2016 4
Form 140-494 Sporlan Smart Pro/R Service Tools Specs August 2016 2
SD-427 Sporlan Smart Pro/R Service Tools Instructions August 2016 2
Form 140-421 Sporlan SMART Service Tools FAQs September 2014 4
Form 140-425 Sporlan SMART Service Tool Kit Brochure May 2015 4
Form 140-426 Sporlan Smart Service Tools Specs July 2016 2
Form 140-428 SMART Service Tools Display September 2014 2
SD-396 Sporlan Smart Service Tools Instructions August 2016 2

SMART Service Apps

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SMART Pro/R app SMART Pro/R App

Scan QR code below to be directed to the free SMART Pro/R Service Tool App. 

SMART Tools_app    SMART Tools_googleplay

                iOS                                 Android

Direct iOS link: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/smart-pro-r-service-tool/id1067668522?mt=8

Direct Android link: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.semireg.smartpror

Sporlan’s SMART Pro/R Service Tools, your only wireless choice for all HVAC/R, now accommodates low temperature refrigeration applications (down to -40°). The SMART Pro/R Service Tools also have exceptional wireless range, up to 10x longer than existing Bluetooth® sensors. Both SMART and SMART Pro/R sensors display, record and export HVAC/R system temperatures, pressures, superheat and subcooling using a free app.

 

SMART Pro/R app SMART Service Tool App

Scan QR code below to be directed to the free SMART Service Tool App. 

SMART Tools_app    SMART Tools_googleplay

                iOS                                 Android

Direct iOS link: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/smart-service-tool/id918610107?mt=8

Direct Android link: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.semireg.smartservicetool&hl=en

The Parker Sporlan SMART Service Tool, along with unique Bluetooth Low Energy sensors, allows quick pressure to temperature conversion and automatic calculation of superheat and subcooling by utilizing essential refrigerant data in the app.

Contractors and technicians will enjoy the user friendly design and precise calculations (based on National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Refrigerant Properties).

Features
* Selectable units of measure
* User defined display – Display data in digital or simulated analog modes
* Ability to record and e-mail data from within the app
* More than 65 refrigerants (pure and mixtures) are available