Why you need the

Compressor Controller

The Compressor Controller brings low cost automation and artificial intelligence to managing reciprocating air compressors with an easy to implement solution that comes with three standard features:

Automatic Air Line Rupture Detection

Compressor Pump Soft Start

Automatic Tank Drain

Install, connect, sit back and wait for a notification.


Tank and Line Rusting

Peak-Demand Charges

kW/h consumption

Downtime & Maintenance





Air Quality

The Compressor Controller pays for itself within a year

and immediately improves the quality of air!

Automatic Tank Drain

Automatically drains expansion tank when condensate is present using algorithmic prediction not arbitrary scheduling, preventing rust from forming in the air network and tools

Compressor Soft Start

Significantly lowers the peak current draw by starting the motor and pump in two separate stages which also prevents oil and water from mixing in the pump

Air Line Rupture Detection

Constantly monitors the air network pressure and immediately turns off the compressor when an uncontrollable air line rupture occurs preventing overrun and burn out

Multiple Compressors

Seamlessly networks multiple air compressors, whether single or duplex and regardless of the brand to digitally maintain constant air pressure as a single unit

Loaded With Features

See why this will be the last controller you will buy


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Water recycling systems

Advanced microprocessor technology: Microprocessor driven controllers perform analyses of the compressor machinery working at different environmental conditions every microsecond. Multiparametric, model-based computing uses that information to improve the maintenance schedule and increase the overall performance and safety of the equipment.

Intelligent compressor start/stop: Controlling the venting valve, reduces start-up current and significantly reduces the condensate in the compressed air network. This is the most significant guard against rust throughout the entire network, saving money and labor in the short and long term.

Downstream pipe integrity control : Continuous monitoring of pressure, overheating, unusual air demand, etc. provides real time feedback allowing the Compressor Controller immediately respond to an unforeseen event. The system will stop the machinery, record the time of the event and generate an audible alert to indicate that attention is needed.

Accessories (coming soon) : Future upgrades will include:
WiFi and Bluetooth communication to access real-time air compressor status from a computer;

  • Data Logging for advanced compressed air production; see and analyze downtime events, peak-demand usage, and other situations;
  • Compressor City controller – where multiple compressor clusters will have their own report and data gathering center for asset management, forecasting, and advance maintenance plans

Trustworthy data and intelligent management provides a huge advantage for any compressed air network. The Compressor Controller relies on a self-calibrated digital pressure sensor with an accuracy of ≤ ± 0.25 % BFSL to ensure reliable readings and consistent performance over time. The built-in self-calibration cycle also measures:


  • Current Pressure
  • Low Pressure Set
  • High Pressure Set
  • Ambient Temperature
  • Compressor Temperature
  • Maximum & Minimum Temperatures
  • Hour Meter
  • Hobbs Hour Meter
  • Cycle Counter

The Compressor Controller monitors the humidity and temperature of the air as it is compressed and accurately calculates the amount of water in the tank that requires draining. This math driven procedure drains water when it is actually there with minimum air loss, resulting in a better quality of compressed air without unnecessary waste.

Universally Compatible: Works with most electrical cycling air compressors including a wide spectrum of capacity, power consumption, and operation. The Compressor Controller allows you to plug and play the compressor to the existing machinery.


  • Piston Compressors
  • Reciprocating Compressors
  • Single-Stage and Two-Stage
  • Vane Pumps / Compressors
  • Diaphragm compressors
  • Diaphragm vacuum pumps
  • Positive Displacement
  • Non-Positive (Negative) Displacement



Simple installation and operation: Installation takes 30 minutes. There are a few simple steps to perform:

  • Install: Pressure, Temperature, Humidity Buzzer
  • Install the controller
  • Wire all components according to supplied diagram
  • Turn on and adjust the pressure limits according to manual
  • Make final assembling adjustments and enjoy!


Compressor Controllers are currently available in two versions – Model R1 for single compressor and Model R2 for duplex compressor setups.

The compressor controller is proudly engineered and manufactured in Pittsboro, North Carolina .     Learn more >> 

Get the compressor controller – Starting at only $499