Introducing IoT into the Boiler Room

Introducing IoT into the Boiler Room


The Internet of Things (IoT) helps make companies smarter and more efficient, and the boiler room is no exception. There are several parameters that can be monitored in real-time on a boiler system to provide operational insights. The resulting data can help operators and facility managers make informed decisions to boost efficiency, prevent or reduce downtime, improve safety, and provide peace of mind. Learn the fundamental requirements for IoT in the boiler room and how to enable legacy boiler equipment to be connected.

Level: Beginner 


Terry Conger
Controls Development Product Manager

Terry has more than 20 years of electrical experience beginning with industrial controls in 1996.


Rakesh Zala
Vice President of Product Engineering

Rakesh has 29 years of experience developing new products, contributing to increased revenues and improved operating profits.


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