Dental Offices

Dental Offices


  • Need to be able to monitor vacuums and compressors to determine if operational or not.
  • When these items fail, there is a short window (1-2 hours) to troubleshoot before closing an office.
  • Motor failure is not recognized until the second motor goes down. (Goal is to try to maintain redundancy and catch first motor failure).
  • 1 compressor at each location (2 motors/compressor and compressor has cycle off times).
  • 1-2 vacuums at each location (2 pumps on a vacuum and vacuum runs non-stop).

Monetized Impact of the Issue

Loss of Revenue

  • 1-3 office closures/week from equipment failure
  • $5 K - 30 K daily revenue (approximately $1.5 M annual loss)

Flood Damage

  • Flood once every 6 months from loose hose connections to vacuums.
  • The average damage claim is close to $80 K per occurrence.

Air Compressor and Vacuum Pump Monitoring/Alarming

Using a combination of sensitive air pressure sensors and compressor motor amp draw current transformers (CTs) we can accurately predict motor failure and send an alert to the appropriate personnel before a catastrophic shutdown occurs eliminating lost revenue due to clinic closures.

Lynxspring’s Solution

Lynxspring’s integrated stations solution arrives at each location in an 18” x 18” x 6” pre-built and pre-wired, dust, dirt and moisture resistant panel containing all parts necessary for installation. Installation by local contractors is simple and with minimal cost. In addition, each panel contains detailed wiring instructions (power and sensors) as well as detailed mounting and installation instructions.

Phased-Implementation Options Using JENEsys Edge 534


  • Water Leak Detection (Monnit Sensors)
  • Space Temperature, Supply Air, Return Air of HVAC Units
  • Lighting Circuit Energized
  • Metering and Submetering