Energy Management Software (EMS) provide variety of energy-related software applications which may provide utility bill tracking, real-time metering and lighting control systems, building simulation and modelling, carbon and sustainability reporting, IT equipment management, demand response, and/or energy audits. Managing energy can require a system of systems approach. Features:
• Energy cost assessment
• Supervisory & advisory control
• Economic dynamic dispatch
• Minimize power factor penalties
• Generation averaging (load sharing)
• Advanced contingency awareness
• Intelligent inhibitive & permissive controls
• Auto control overload, over/under voltage, etc.
• Monitors and controls generation, transmission and distribution assets in real-time
• Reduces overall system support costs through intuitive data and display maintenance support tools
• Meets today’s secure system needs with flexible environments including fully redundant primary and backup production and quality assurance
Home Energy Management system includes components such as data centre, in home display (IHD), gateway, smart socket, smart E-meter, smart gas meter, smart water meter, security sensors and Internet access device. As the central hub between generation, distribution and consumption, our Smart meters measures both imported and exported energy. It facilitates the use of multiple tariffs at varying times of peak energy consumption throughout the day.
Touch Screen Monitor
Energy Management Controller that helps manages energy consumption. The device provides a set of features such as the ability to communicate directly to a PLC based utility meter, monitor energy consumption, and control appliance modules. All communication between the controller, appliances and meter is performed using the existing power line infrastructure — requiring no extra cabling. Features:
• Send and receive messages from customer
• Multiple access methods (WiFi and PLC)
• Flexible enough to incorporate other technologies
• Ability to Load Control within the home
• View energy and cost data in real time over time
• Monitor current, past and estimated power
• Control lights/appliances connected to load control modules
• View energy for lights/appliance connected to load control modules
• View and Control remotely through internet and rich web interface
Control Panel: Control device is designed to remotely control any plug-in device in your home. The control Panel allows measuring the energy usage of the plugged in appliance. Smart Panel connects to the existing power line and allows other devices to be connected to it which needs to be controlled remotely. Features:
• Wirelessly monitors your devices in real time
• Smart Panel is easy to install in existing wall outlets
• Measure and manage the energy use of appliances
• Track electricity rates so you can lower your energy bill
• Total 4 electrical equipment can connect with control panel
• View your data at your convenience on your computer or smart Phone
• Uncover approximate daily, weekly and monthly trends in your home electricity use
RF Switch enables the control of any of the AC mains powered equipments like water pumps, air conditioners, garden sprinklers, garage shutters, lights. Moreover it provides advanced features of Metering as an option that can be used to monitor and control energy usage and performance by various parameters like apparent and reactive power, power factor and more. Features:
• Less Radiation Comparatively
• Product requires no special wiring or rewiring
• Connector interface and easy installation with existing residential system
• Automatically resumes previous state of ON/OFF, after interruption in mains power
• Advance Metering including average power, apparent power and power factor and total energy consumed
Energy management software often provides tools for reducing energy costs and consumption for buildings or communities. EMS collects energy data and uses it for three main purposes: Reporting, Monitoring and Engagement.
Reporting may include verification of energy data, bench-marking, and setting high-level energy use reduction targets.
Monitoring may include trend analysis and tracking energy consumption to identify cost-saving opportunities.