Building Automation and Energy Management

May 09, 2019

Building automation systems (BAS) are increasingly common in a variety of environments to make HVAC systems as efficient as possible and reduce the need for in-person monitoring of pressure in each area. The value of a BAS relies heavily on a number of components seamlessly integrated together. Pressure transducers that conduct intensely accurate measurements work in tandem with room pressure monitors presenting real-time data and raising alarms if something goes wrong. Calibration equipment ensures building automation tools work smoothly and accurately without the need to oversee them. A BAS can be used in many applications, from filter monitoring to green buildings to zone control in critical environments.Energy Management - Control Panel

Important aspects of building automation are energy efficiency and reducing energy consumption. Meeting energy-efficiency standards becomes effortless when transducers automate the data-gathering process and provide real-time feedback. Meticulous progress measurement plays an integral role in BAS energy management, whether its for compliance with regulatory requirements, aiming to minimize a building's impact, or for maintaining a focus on sustainability. To monitor a building well, it is important to have accurate energy management tools that work for you.


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Topics: Energy Management, Building Automation