Controller View offers a behavioral overview of devices not generally considered meters. Users are able to confirm that AHUs and chillers are being used efficiently, as well as monitor other sensors in the building.
Monitor the general behavior of air handler units as well as cold/hot deck temperature, humidity, current for scheduling issues and fault detection.
See facility chiller data such as current, chilled water return, set point & supply temperature, number of compressors, and supply flow. Observe chiller scheduleing with the heatmap overview for optimal sequencing.
Steam Tap Monitoring
Immediate steam trap leak detection and real time inlet/outlet temperatures.
Keep an eye on CO levels throughout your garage. Garage fans can be programmed to a schedule or manually turned on and off from this view.
View your building’s consumption in simple, easy-to-understand visualizations, side-by-side with other factors like weather.
View details on every single point in the system, along with the logic, calculations, alarms, detected faults and visualizations relevant to that point.
Controller View offers a behavioral overview of devices not generally considered meters. Users are able to confirm that equipment is being used efficiently, as well as monitor other sensors in the building.
Create dashboards from templates or from scratch. These can be private to a user or shared to anyone in the world via public URL and QR code links.
Analysis & Reporting
EMP offers a number of different reports designed to help you better understand how your building is using energy. Any report can be scheduled to run periodically and send out the results by email.
System can easily “stitch” together water, electrical and gas data from multiple buildings for EUI analysis, Analytics and much more.
Energy Star Integration
All information currently listed on an Energy Star account can be imported into EMP. This includes all buildings listed and all meters associated with said buildings.
Entronix helps you bill your tenants for energy usage by pulling consumption data directly from the meters themselves.
Identify and alert building engineers of problems as soon as they occur, or in many cases, even before.