Managing energy in smaller premises

The IMServe Control 10 standalone programmable monitoring and control device is designed for building energy management in smaller premises with energy bills of around £6000 a year. It offers the potential to reduce energy use by up to 30% in retail premises, banks, police stations and schools. There are wired and wireless options.

There are six universal inputs — including alarms, temperature and light levels. There are also four digital outputs to control heating, cooling equipment and lighting.

Costs are kept low by site visits not being required to change settings. This is achieved by remote site management through IMServe’s bureau team offering 24/7 telephone support. Customers also have quick and secure access to their data using the online web portal.

Geza Pallagh, product manager with the company, says, ‘The product has been developed to make BEMS a cost-effective solution for smaller sites. We have ensured that our controller allows versatile installation options, communication methods and hardware options to allow smaller premises to achieve an attractive return on investment.’

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