Point View provides the ability to focus on a meter’s individual data points, such as current, line voltage or apparent power.
The search bar lets you quickly find the meter point you’re looking for. Search for points by name, by meter or point type, or by the point’s unit.
If a meter point is showing important information, you can create static link to this data in order to share it with others.
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.
Immediate steam trap leak detection and real time inlet/outlet temperatures.
Dashboards allow users to combine multiple reports in one view providing a central location to view all information relevant to their portfolio. Different groups can create different dashboards, such as an engineering view and a financial view.
Our system offers a number of different reports designed to help you better understand how your building is using energy. Generating and storing reports only requires a few clicks of the mouse. The Entornix platfrom offers targeted visulizations for all types of energy data.
Financial reports convert kWs into dollars and help users better understand energy use and costs.
Examine the environmental impact of your energy usage and efficiency strategies.
Compare multiple data points on the same graph and generate reports for comparison/analysis.
Predict future energy consumption by analyzing past energy usage data.
The Entronix Platform allows users to arbitrate over their entire catalog of buildings. Realistic comparisons of performance can viewed and made into reports to aid in maximizing energy efficiency.
Financial reports convert kilowatts into dollars and help users better understand energy use and costs.
Calculate energy use per building by square foot for accurate comparison and analysis.
Quickly calculate average consumption cost throughout your portfolio.
Automated data input errors and outlier detection.
Managing an Energy Star account is streamlined with the Entronix Platform. All the tasks required to properly handle an Energy Star account can be performed directly within our software.
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. This avoids the repetition inherent in requiring the user to reenter data already input on Energy Star.
On top of importing already existing Information from Energy Star, EMP’s Energy Star Integration also allows you to edit this information. New meters can be added, and existing meters can be associated with meters on the EMP site.
After Energy Star meters have been associated with meters added to EMP, the energy usage data stored on EMP can be exported directly to Energy Star. This allows Energy Star to receive the most accurate and up to date information on your building’s energy usage, while requiring no action you directly.
The Entronix Energy Management Platform is the next step in energy management – in addition to allowing users to track and visualize up-to-the-second building performance, EMP can identify and alert building engineers of problems as soon as they occur, or in many cases, even before. Operational issues like HVAC malfunctions can be flagged and addressed at the first sign of trouble, rather than after failures have already resulted in lost revenue or upset tenants.
Because fault detection needs are varied, Entronix provides three different tiers: instant alarming, fault-detection rules, and artificially intelligent expert systems.
Alarms can be attached to any point in the system to alert users of problems as soon as they occur. When a point exceeds a given level, drops below a threshold, or leaves a specified range, users can receive an email or text message alerting them of the issue. On top of these basic conditions, alarms can be configured to alert the user when more complex conditions occur, such as when a building is approaching a new peak demand value.
Rules expand upon alarms, giving users a simple tool to detect issues using more sophisticated criteria. Using a simple point-and-click interface, users can quickly create rules that combine any number of conditional statements along with any stipulations (for example, that the conditions remain valid for more than some time, or according to a schedule). Points can be compared to each other, values, user-created calculations, or any combination of the three.
Expert Systems provide users with the most sophisticated fault detection possible. A single expert can analyze dozens of points at once and use historical point values in addition to real-time values to make it’s decision. This allows the expert system to monitor how far a point deviates from the typical, when a point reaches a new maximum or minimum, when consumption patterns vary from a building’s norm, and more.