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ETI GIVES YOU THE CONFIDENCE TO DARE MOTHER NATURE

ETI GIVES YOU THE CONFIDENCE TO DARE MOTHER NATURE

Today, the world depends on highly reliable systems to provide uninterrupted communications, transportation, power distribution, and security. Meanwhile, Mother Nature is waging a never-ending battle against the best of these systems in the form of rain, snow, ice, changes in pressure and temperature, wind, dust and more. 

WE'RE DEDICATED TO OUR CUSTOMERS

From the front office to the production floor, we go above and beyond to help make your project successful.

Brands: -SNOW SWITCH, TRACON, NETCOM -SENSORS, CONTROLS & CONTROLLERS -AUTOMATIC AIR DEHYDRATOR W/ETHERNET


 Press Releases

  • ETI proudly introduces the SNOW SWITCH® CIT-2 Aerial Snow Sensor for surface snow and ice management systems.

    The CIT-2 is designed to work with a controller or contactor, optimizing energy usage in heated snow/ice melting applications. The CIT-2 is also an excellent solution for building automation applications.

    During dry or warm weather, the system’s heaters are turned off to save energy costs. The heaters are turned on only when snow and/ or ice is present, and kept on only long enough to ensure complete melting and drying. Temperature and time parameters can be varied within the CIT-2, enhancing system performance in a given environment and application.

    FEATURES

    • Automatic snow sensor for reduced energy consumption in sidewalk, gutter/downspout snow and ice melting applications
    • Slim design minimizes visual impact
    • Mounts on 3⁄4” PVC conduit for easy installation
    • Operates on safe low voltage power
    • Simple four wire connections: 2 for power, 1 for signal output
    • Wire colors match commonly available cable for easier installation
    • Convenient power-on self-test to verify proper sensor
      operation
    • Made with UV-tolerant and corrosion-resistant materials for
      long life
    • MADE IN THE U.S.A.

    SNOW SWITCH CIT-2  |  SPECIFICATIONS

    INPUT POWER

    24V AC 50/60Hz, 24V DC, or 24V full wave rectified AC/ pulsed DC 0.2A max

    OUTPUT

    Relay contacts: 2A max, 30V.
    Relay contacts close when the ambient temperature
    is between min/max settings and precipitation is detected.

    Relay contacts remain closed during pre-set delay after a snow event ends
    Three wire connection (2 for power, 1 for relay)

    SET POINT TEMPERATURE

    38°F

    MINIMUM OPERATING TEMPERATURE

    Selectable -20°F, -15°F, -10°F or disabled for extremely coldconditions

    HOLD-ON TIMES

    Set 1 hour

    DIMENSIONS

    33⁄4 inches tall, 13⁄4 inches diameter

    STORAGE TEMPERATURE -40°C to +85°C

    Can be mounted 500 feet from the controller using 22ga cable or up to 1,000 ft. using 18ga cable (Depending on load requirements)

  • February 20th , 2018 (SOUTH BEND, INDIANA) — Ben and Kerri Crawford are excited to announce the acquisition of Environmental Technology Inc. (ETI) located in South Bend Indiana.  Born and raised in South Bend, Ben is excited to be back in the area and work in his hometown.  When asked, Mr. Crawford said,” It’s great to have a presence where I started my career in Manufacturing 24 years ago.  The team at ETI is strong and has an excellent reputation advancing engineered products for snow/ice management, heat tracing and telecommunications reliability and makes me proud to be a part of this industry.”

    Ben Crawford has over twenty-four years of manufacturing experience as a C-Suite Executive of Industrial Operations.  Ben’s strengths include strategic planning and deployment, global business development, key metric management and continuous improvement objectives.

    Kerri Crawford has over sixteen years of entrepreneur experience as the Founder, President and CEO of a successful Indiana based small business in the Commercial Lending Industry.  Kerri manages the daily operations and is heavily involved with the strategic vision of the company. Over twenty-two years of commercial lending experience and a dedicated employee focus have been the driving force behind her vision and the company’s success the past sixteen years.

    When asked about the future of ETI the Crawford’s indicated, “We remain committed to our customers, vendors, and employees.”  “We are excited to assist in growing the business, expanding the product line and working closely with the management team.” They went on to say, “The Jones Family for the past fifty years have built a wonderful company and we are honored to be able to continue ETI’s legacy into the future.”

    Launched in 1968, Environmental Technology, Inc. designs and manufactures products for effectively managing the environment. From energy efficient snow melting and deicing to pressurization systems for satellite and microwave transmission lines. ETI has fifty years of experience as an industry leader in developing and delivering effective environmental management systems. Environmental Technology, Inc. has the experience you can count on.

    For more information on our products go to https://networketi.com/

    For media inquiries, please contact:
    Chad Griffin, Director-Marketing Environmental Technology Inc.

    cgriffin@networketi.com

    574.233.1202


 Products

  • SNOW SWITCH APS-3C
    APS-3C Snow Switch when used w/compatible sensors automatically controls snow/ice melting heaters, ensuring minimum operating costs. Typical applications: pavement, sidewalk, loading dock, roof, gutter & down spout snow/ice melting....

  • FEATURES

    • Automatic snow/ice melting control
    • Operates electrically- and mechanically held contactors
    • Energy management computer (EMC) interface
    • Accommodates MI, constant wattage and self-limiting heaters
    • Multiple sensor capability
    • Heater hold-on and test capability
    • C-UL-US
    • Simple to install and operate
    • Low energy costs
    • Minimum energy costs

    APS-3C  |  SPECIFICATIONS

    General
    Area of use Nonhazardous locations
    Approvals
    Enclosure
    Protection NEMA 3R
    Cover attachment Hinged polycarbonate cover, lockable
    Entries 3 × 1-1/16″ entries
    Material Polycarbonate
    Mounting Wall mounted
    Control
    Supply ETI PN 22470: 120 VAC, 50/60 Hz, 35 VA
    ETI PN 22471: 208-240 VAC, 50/60 Hz, 35 VA
    Load ETI PN 22470: 120 VAC, 24 amp max. inductive
    ETI PN 22471: 240 VAC, 24 amp max. inductive
    Contact type Form C
    Maximum Ratings Voltage: 240 VAC
    Current: 24 amps
    Heater hold-on timer 0 to 10 hours; actuated by snow stopping or toggle switch
    System test Switch toggles the heater contact on and off. If temperature exceeds high limit, heater cycles to prevent damage.
    Snow/Ice Sensors
    Sensor type Up to 6 sensor from the CIT–1 product family
    Circuit type NEC Class 2
    Lead length Up to 500′ (152m) using 18 AWG 3-wire jacketed cable
    Up to 2,000′ (609m) using 12 AWG 3-wire jacketed cable
    High Limit Thermostat
    Adjustment range 40°F to 90°F (4°C to 32°C)
    Dead band 1°F (0.6°C)
    Sensor type Thermistor network
    Circuit type NEC Class 2
    Lead length Up to 500′ (152m) using 18 AWG 2-wire jacketed cable
    Up to 1,000′ (504m) using 12 AWG 2-wire jacketed cable
    Energy Management Computer (EMC) Interface
    Inputs OVERRIDE ON (10 ma dry switch contact)
    OVERRIDE OFF (10 ma dry switch contact)
    Outputs SUPPLY (10 ma dry switch contact)
    SNOW (10 ma dry switch contact)
    HEAT (10 ma dry switch contact)
    HIGH TEMP (10 ma dry switch contact)
    ALARM (10 ma dry switch contact)
    Environmental
    Operating temperature −40°F to 160°F (−40°C to 71°C)
    Storage temperature −50°F to 180°F (−45°C to 82°C)

    ORDERING INFORMATION

    Order Number Description
    22470 APS–3C Control Panel, 120 VAC
    22471 APS–3C Control Panel, 208/240 VAC
    Accessories
    21357 RCU–3 Remote Control (Optional)
    19272 High Temperature Sensor w/ 20′ (6m) lead (Qty 1 included)
    22690 PTS–100 Embedded Temperature Sensor (Optional)
  • TRACON FPT 130, HEAT-TRACE CONTROL
    FPT 130 Heat–Trace Control is a single–point microprocessor–based heat–trace control thermostat. Ideal uses: freeze protection, other temperature monitoring & control applications which require Ground–Fault Equipment Protection (GFEP)....

    • Automatic GFEP Circuit Self–Test

    FEATURES

    • Adjustable temperature set point of 30 °F, 38 °F, 45 °F, or 50 °F (−1.1 °C, 3.3 °C, 7.2 °C, or 10 °C) for various freeze protection applications
    • Can use an NEC Class 2 temperature sensor with up to 2,000 ft. cable for enhanced installation options
    • Thermistor temperature sensor with 20 ft. cable included for applications of −40 °F to 230 °F (−40 °C to 110 °C)
    • Ground–Fault Equipment Protection with manual and automatic test function
    • Alarms for excess ground fault current, low load current, and temperature
    • Alarms indicated with panel LED lights and relay contact for remote signaling
    • A Fault Mode setting which can be set to energize or de-energize the heaters during a sensor fault
    • Fire Protection Mode maintains heater operation for use in critical fire protection systems
    • Durable weather–resistant NEMA 4X IP66 enclosure permits indoor or outdoor installation

    TRACON FPT 130  |  SPECIFICATIONS

    General
    Certifications UL 60730–1, UL 1053, CSA E60730–1:13
    Environmental
    Area Of Use Nonhazardous Locations
    Operating Temperature −40 °F to 131 °F (−40 °C to 55 °C)
    Enclosure
    Dimensions 8 1/8″ (W) x 5 1/2″ (H) x 4 3/8″ (D)
    207 mm (W) x 140 mm (H) x 112 mm (D)
    Ingress Protection NEMA 4X, IP66
    Cover Attachment Polycarbonate cover, plastic screws
    Cable Entries

    Two liquid-tight cable glands installed for sensor and alarm leads, cable diameter 0.08” to 0.24” (2 mm to 6 mm)

    One 1.046″ hole to accommodate a ¾” conduit fitting for power wiring connection

    Material Polycarbonate
    Weight 2.7 lb. (1.22 kg)
    Mounting Wall mount with flanges
    Wiring Connector Ratings
    Power Barrier Strip Terminals for Line, Neutral, and Ground; use 10 AWG wires rated for at least 194 °F (90 °C)
    Sensors Terminal Block, rising cage clamp, 12–28 AWG leads
    Alarm Relay Terminal Block, rising cage clamp, 12–28 AWG leads
    User Interfaces
    Pushbutton TEST/RESET
    DIP Switches Temperature setpoint
    Thermistor fault mode
    Fire protection mode
    Parameter Settings
    Temperature Setpoints 30 °F, 38 °F, 45 °F, or 50 °F (−1.1 °C, 3.3 °C, 7.2 °C, or 10 °C)
    Low–Temperature Threshold 32 °F (0 °C) for 38 °F, 45 °F, or 50 °F
    (3.3 °C, 7.2 °C, or 10 °C) setpoints
    28 °F (-2.2 °C) for 30 °F (-1.1 °C) setpoint
    Low–Current Alarm Threshold 0.1 A
    Low–Current Alarm Delay 5 s
    Low-Current Alarm Threshold 0.1 A
    Ground Fault Limit Current 30 mA
    Self-Test Interval 24 h
    Indicators
    Status Indicator Power to the unit (Green solid)
    Calibration error (Green blinking)
    Call for heat (Yellow solid)
    Low current alarm (Yellow blinking)
    Stuck relay (Yellow blinking fast)
    Low temperature (Blue solid)
    Sensor fault (Blue blinking)
    Ground fault (Red solid)
    GFEP circuit failure (Red blinking)
    Summary Alarm Relay Reporting Low load current
    High ground fault current
    Sensor fault
    Internal fault
    Control Ratings
    Temperature Accuracy +/− 2 °F (1 °C)
    Temperature Sensors
    Temperature Input (Included) Thermistor, 100k ohms at 25 °C, range −40 °F to 230 °F (−40 °C to 110 °C),(Included) Thermistor, 100k ohms at 25 °C, range −40 °F to 230 °F (−40 °C to 110 °C), 20ft Lead (25076)
    GFEP (Ground Fault Equipment Protection)
    Threshold 30 mA
    Automatic Self–Test Range Verifies GFEP functionality every 24 hr. and when the load is turned on
    Power
    Supply Voltage 100 – 277 V ac 50/60 Hz
    Controller Power Consumption 5 W maximum, 2 W idle
    Load Rating 30 A, 100 – 277 V ac resistive

    ORDERING INFORMATION

    Order Number Description
    25169 Tracon MODEL FPT 130 Single-Point Freeze Protection Heat–Trace Control
    25076 Temperature Sensor (included)
    25298 FPT 130 Installation Sheet
    25165 FTP 130 Installation and Operation Manual
  • TRACON GPT 130, HEAT-TRACE CONTROL
    GPT 130 Heat–Trace Control is a single–point microprocessor–based heat–trace control thermostat. Uses: freeze protection, hot water temperature maintenance, grease line trace, tank heating, and other temperature monitoring and controls which require GFEP....

  • FEATURES

    • Adjustable temperature setpoint allows precise control of a wide range of processes
    • Can use an NEC Class 2 temperature sensor with up to 2,000 ft. cable for enhanced installation options
    • Thermistor temperature sensor with 20 ft. cable included for applications of −40 °F to 230 °F (−40 °C to 110 °C)
    • RTD input allows higher accuracy and extreme–temperature applications
    • The unit can accommodate RTD sensors with 2–, 3–, or 4–wire configuration
    • Temperature display for accurate adjusting and monitoring
    • Load current display for accurate adjusting and monitoring
    • Ground fault current display for accurate monitoring, protection, and alarm
    • Adjustable alarm thresholds for excess ground fault current, load current, and temperature
    • Alarms indicated with panel display and relay contact for remote signaling
    • A Fault Mode setting which can be set to energize or de-energize the heaters during a sensor failure
    • Fire Protection Mode maintains heater operation for use in critical fire protection systems
    • Durable weather–resistant NEMA 4X IP66 enclosure permits indoor or outdoor installation

    TRACON GPT 130  |  SPECIFICATIONS

    General
    Certifications UL 60730–1, UL 1053, CSA E60730–1:13
    Environmental
    Area Of Use Nonhazardous Locations
    Operating Temperature Range −40 °F to 131 °F (−40 °C to 55 °C)
    Enclosure
    Dimensions 8 1/8″ (W) x 5 1/2″ (H) x 4 3/8″ (D)
    207 mm (W) x 140 mm (H) x 112 mm (D)
    Ingress Protection NEMA 4X, IP66
    Cover Attachment Polycarbonate cover, plastic screws
    Cable Entries

    Two liquid-tight cable glands installed for sensor and alarm leads, cable diameter 0.08” to 0.24” (2 mm to 6 mm)

    One 1.046″ hole to accommodate a ¾” conduit fitting for power wiring connection

    Material Polycarbonate
    Weight 2.7 lb. (1.22 kg)
    Mounting Wall mount with flanges
    Wiring Terminal Ratings
    Power Barrier Strip Terminals for Line, Neutral,
    and Ground; use 10 AWG wires rated for
    at least 194 °F (90 °C)
    Sensors Terminal Block, rising cage clamp, 12–28 AWG leads
    Alarm Relay Terminal Block, rising cage clamp, 12–28 AWG leads
    User Interfaces
    Pushbuttons UP, DOWN, ENTER, TEST / RESET BACK
    DIP Switches RTD wiring configuration
    Panel lockout
    Parameter Settings
    Temperature Setpoint Heat ON Adjustable −99.9 °F to 999 °F Adjustable −99.9 °F to 999 °F (−73.3 °C to 537.7 °C)
    Temperature Setpoint Heat OFF Adjustable −99.9 °F to 999 °F Adjustable −99.9 °F to 999 °F (−73.3 °C to 537.7 °C)
    Low–Temperature Alarm Threshold −99.9 °F to 999 °F (−73.3 °C to 537.7 °C) Default 35 °F (−1.7 °C)
    Low–Temperature Alarm Delay 0 s to 3000 s
    Default 300 s
    High–Temperature Alarm Threshold −99.9 °F to 999 °F  (−73.3 °C to 537.7 °C) Default 100 °F (37.8 °C)
    High–Temperature Alarm Delay 0 s to 3000 s
    Default 300 s
    Low–Current Alarm Threshold 0.0 A to 10.0 A
    Default 1.0 A
    Low–Current Alarm Delay 0 s to 300 s
    Default 5 s
    High–Current Alarm Threshold 0.0 A to 55.0 A
    Default 30.0 A
    High–Current Alarm Delay 0 s to 600 s
    Default 300 s
    Ground Fault Limit Current 1.0 mA to 300.0 mA
    Default 30 mA
    Self–Test Interval 1 h to 250 h when enabled
    Default 24 h
    Temperature Unit °F or °C
    Default °F
    Indicators
    Status Indicator Power (Green)
    Heater (Yellow)
    Low Temperature (Blue)
    Summary Alarm (Red)
    Display 2.7″  OLED graphic 128×64
    Summary Alarm Relay Reporting Low temperature
    High temperature
    Low load current
    High load current
    High ground fault current
    Stuck relay
    Sensor fault
    Internal fault
    Control Ratings
    Temperature Accuracy +/− 2 °F (1 °C)
    Temperature Sensors
    Temperature Inputs (Included) Thermistor: 100k ohms at 25 °C,
    range −40 °F to 230 °F (−40 °C to 110 °C),
    20ft Lead (25076)RTD Sensor: Platinum,
    Alpha = 0.00385, ITS–90,
    100 ohms at 0 °CInput supports 2–wire,
    3–wire, or 4–wire connection
    Sensor operates at 1 mA
    GFEP (Ground Fault Equipment Protection)
    Operation Continuously tests ground fault current
    whenever the load is on; also manually and
    periodically tests equipment ground fault current
    with each self–test.
    Range Adjustable 1 mA to 300 mA,
    Default 30 mA
    Automatic Self Test Verifies GFEP functionality every 24 hr.
    and whenever the load is energized
    Power
    Supply Voltage 100 – 277 V ac 50/60 Hz
    Controller Power Consumption 5 W maximum, 2 W idle
    Load Rating 30 A, 100 – 277 V ac resistive

    ORDERING INFORMATION

    Order Number Description
    25170 Tracon MODEL GPT 130 Single-Point General Purpose Heat–Trace Control
    25076 Temperature Sensor (included)
    25299 GPT 130 Installation Sheet
    25166 GPT 130 Installation and Operation Manual
  • NETCOM ADH WAVEGUIDE AUTOMATIC AIR DEHYDRATOR
    ADH NETCOM automatic waveguide dehydrator supplies low pressure dry air to keep waveguide & coaxial cable dry. Software features can be installed in service over internet & local Ethernet network....

  • FEATURES

    • Provides dry pressurized air to ensure signal quality of antenna waveguide and dielectric coaxial cable
    • Highly configurable to meet the needs of wide rangingapplications
    • Programmable operating pressure range: 0.10 psig – 7.50 psig(7mbar – 517mbar)
    • Brushless compressor for long life
    • Future-proof software based features allow updates and upgrades while in service
    • Remote monitoring and control with web interface or SNMP
    • Configurable Master/Slave operation
    • Ethernet, RS-422/485, RS-232 and alarm relay outputs for compatibility with nearly any system
    • Optional front panel with display allows for IP configuration and status monitoring when no network is available
    • Simple power connections between 100 and 240 VAC, inclusive, or ±20-75 VDC
    • Small, light weight chassis with multiple mounting options makes installation easy
    • Low energy use minimizes operational costs
    • Quiet operation

    ADH NETCOM  |  SPECIFICATIONS

    General
    Approvals culuslisted 60950
    Regeneration Method Automatic, demand
    Maximum dew point −40˚ F/C
    Enclosure
    Dimensions 17″ × 12″ × 5-1/4″ (432mm × 305mm × 133mm)
    Weight 16 lbs (7.26 kg)
    Mounting Dual-post rack, flush mounted
    Single-post rack, center mounted
    Wall mounted
    Power
    Supply 100-240 VAC, 50/60 Hz
    ±20-75 VDC
    Maximum current 1.0 Amps at 100 V
    Power usage 40 W typical, 100 W max
    Heat dissipation 100 BTU/hr typical, 325 BTU/hr max
    Output
    Flow rate 25.4 scfh (12 lpm)
    Maximum pressure 7.5 psig (517mbar)
    Internal safety relief valve 8 psig (552mbar)
    Discharge port 1/8″ NPT
    3/8″ or 1/4″ hose barb (both included)
    Display units SI (millibars); English (psig), default
    Control
    Protocols HTTP (Web Interface), SNMP, UDP, TFTP
    Maximum pressure Configurable Range: 0.20 psig – 7.5 psig (14mbar – 517mbar), Default: 0.50 psig (34.5mbar)
    Minimum pressure Configurable Range: 0.10 psig – 7.4 psig (7mbar – 510mbar), Default: 0.30 psig (21mbar)
    Low pressure alarm level User Configurable, Default: 0.15 psig (10mbar)
    High pressure alarm level User Configurable, Default 1.5 psig (103.5mbar)
    Alarm relays

    Contact Type – Form C, SPDT, reverse acting
    Ratings – 0.25 Amps @ 60 V
    User configurable, Defaults:

    • Alarm Relay 1: Summary Alarm
    • Alarm Relay 2: Low Pressure Alarm
    • Alarm Relay 3: Over Pressure Alarm
    Duty cycle alarm User configurable, Default: 50%
    Master/Slave configuration User configurable, Default: Standard/Slave
    Environmental
    Operating temperature 32°F to 130°F +/- 1°F (0°C to 55°C +/- 2°C)
    Storage temperature −40°F to 150°F (−40°C to 60°C)

    ORDERING INFORMATION

    Order Number Description
    23437 ADH NETCOM Automatic Dehydrator, 100-240 VAC
    24658 ADH NETCOM Automatic Dehydrator, 100-240 VAC with Display
    23242 ADH NETCOM Automatic Dehydrator, ±20-75 VDC
    24659 ADH NETCOM Automatic Dehydrator, ±20-75 VDC with Display