T-mac takes control of energy across multiple sites

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T-mac’s latest dashboard software simplifies the management of services across multiple sites and buildings.

T-mac Technologies’ BMS Dashboard Software enables businesses to reduce their energy consumption across multiple sites with increased control, making the effects of a BMS much more apparent to their staff. Many new features have been included in the software to help companies manage and profile their energy. The software is easy to use and has additional preference options designed for better comfort in a building.

The t-mac energy-management system enables businesses to connect their t-mac BMS to lighting, heating, air-conditioning and other energy-intensive equipment in a building or on a site. It highlights opportunities to reduce energy consumption by identifying unnecessary use of equipment and controlling it to reduce carbon emissions and overall cost.

For example, by entering a store’s operating hours, the new software will ensure that services such as lighting and heating function efficiently across an estate of hundreds of sites by turning them on just before staff arrive and off just after they leave.

Modified preference settings can be applied to different zones.

Lisa Wilkinson, business-development director, says, ‘With multi-site control, easy-to-use slide settings and individual category set preferences, the new software enables companies to implement a successful energy-management strategy which takes the BMS out of the basement and targets where it is needed most.’

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