Many building designs present a comfort challenge to the conventional air conditioning system.
When all areas of a structure are served by one centrally located thermostat, temperatures can vary greatly from one area to another. The solution is zoning; and Zonex Systems offers more zoning solutions, because zoning is our only business!
Zonex has exceptional Application Engineer that can assist you with the design of most application and provide drawings and submittals.
Contact our factory at 1-800-228-2966
Manage your system from a single point with a simple & easy to use interface
Simplify your management experience with GEN , no complex software to learn, no PC or internet connection required.
- Control 20 zones per RTU or split-system
- Optional wireless zone sensors (TAP) instead of thermostats
- Zone VRF units with ducted air handlers or fan coils using pressure independent dampers
Moble App-based Simple Low-Cost VVT
Control 2 – 20 Zones per RTU or Split System
Total Flexibility – Combine Wired or Wireless Thermostats with Remote Internet Access
Network control or monitor stand-alone RTU’s or Split Systems from ANYWHERE
Use our FREE mobile app.
GEN II – VVT
Simple Commercial Control – Low-Cost VVT
GEN II is a 2 to 17 Zone auto changeover, vote based zoning system with modulating dampers. The dampers’ positions modulate between 0% and 100% and are controlled by the zone thermostats giving the commercial building precise control to each office. Additionally, the contractor has the ability to add 1,2, or 3 priority votes to each thermostat in the system.
Retrofit Older VVT Type Systems with or without remote internet access
RetroZone – Omnizone, VVT, Omega, Omega Plus, VVHC, VVHC Enhanced. Update older zoning systems using the existing dampers and wiring!
Stand Alone or Floating Zone
SAMOD II, Stand Alone Modulating Damper – Zonex Systems direct digital control auto changeover thermostat is designed to control and modulate a stand alone D-fuser or damper in commercial applications. Designed for over-conditioned areas, the thermostat senses the duct temperature and compares it to the heat/cool setpoints vs. room temperature and modulates the damper for the ideal volume of air.
Stand Alone or SubZone Control with Wireless Thermostats
SubZone is designed for over – conditioned areas and prevents over – heating and over – cooling of individual, floating or stand alone zones in commercial applications. The system is a wireless stand alone, microprocessor based, auto changeover control, equipped with fully modulating damper and duct sensor.
The SubZone is a 7 day programmable battery powered auto changeover thermostat that communicates via an RF wireless signal to a damper control module located on a fully modulating round or rectangular damper.
Single Stage for 2 – 3 Zones
DIGI3UEL is a low-cost residential system designed for HVAC units 5 tons and under. Perfect for multilevel and ranch style homes.
Two Stage for 2 – 4 Zones
DT4U is a residential system that is a low cost zoning systems designed for HVAC systems 5 tons and under. Perfect for multilevel and ranch style homes.
Control 2 – 10 Zones Per Unit
GEN II-R a low-cost residential zoning system designed for HVAC units 5 tons and under with two position dampers, or larger systems with commercial style dampers designed to support up to 1.75″ S.P. Perfect for multilevel and ranch style homes or small commercial applications.
Use any thermostat, wired or wireless, you or your customer prefers
What others are saying about zoning comfort
Residential and Commercial Comfort Solutions
CONTRACTING BUSINESS MAGAZINE
“Over 60% of new home buyers want better temperature control and increased energy savings.”
PROFESSIONAL BUILDER MAGAZINE
“Consumers will spend to increase their comfort.”
BUILDING OWNER & MANAGERS ASSOCIATION (BOMA)
“Heating, ventilating and air conditioning problems and comfort were the No. 1 reason office tenants vacated commercial office space.”
INTERNATIONAL FACILITIES MANAGERS ASSOCIATION (IFMA)
“The No. 1 complaint heard most often by Facilities Managers is the office is too cold, followed by the No. 2 complaint, the office is too hot.”