This includes taking pro-active measures and altering the parameters of various HVAC equipment while in operation, identifying the health status of every single item and maintaining them, re-engineering the logic of the intelligent energy controllers to suit the facility's needs, provide remote methods of monitoring and controlling the facility during off-peak periods, educating technicians and FM teams, thus reducing the overall cost of the maintenance of the facility.
What does EC stand for?
EC stands for Energy Controller
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The first "energy passports" to buildings will also be issued this year by energy controllers whose operations, in turn, will be regulated by rulebooks to be adopted soon.
ELS is involved in the supply, installation and maintenance of tank gauging systems, driver controlled delivery products, tanker delivery systems, energy controllers and LED lighting.
In partnership with Crucible Technologies, they will bring a lighting energy controller (LEC) device, which is already being used successfully across Europe by large international companies such as McDonalds and IBM, to the North East market.
The TranstexT customer has five elements installed at his premises: the intelligent electric meter, ComSet intelligent communications modem, smart thermostal, energy controller, and major appliance relay.