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Energy management: Distech Controls

distechDistech Controls has released the EC-NetAX EnerVue Web-based energy management dashboard. EC-NetAXEnerVue provides proven visualization of vital building metrics through an easy-to-use, browser-based dashboard application.

EC-NetAX EnerVue allows users to quickly identify issues, assess relationships, and take action in order to optimize resource efficiencies and sustainability, and ultimately increase energy and operational cost savings across their building portfolio. The application makes use of, and converts into graphics and reports, large amounts of real-time and historical data available in Distech Controls’ EC-NetAX Web-based multi-protocol building management system.

EC-NetAX EnerVue is appropriate for a broad choice of users responsible for controlling, monitoring, and conserving energy in a building, from owners/operators, to energy managers, to consulting engineers.

Suited for single or multiple site installations, EC-NetAX EnerVue allows building managers, energy managers, and executives to identify the greatest opportunities to reduce energy costs, validate capital upgrades, and track their return on investment (ROI). Equally useful for both new buildings, as well as retrofits, EC-NetAX EnerVue enables quick identification of locations that are deviating from their past performance, or operating outside the norm for similar structures.

“EC-NetAX EnerVue provides building owners and managers with all the graphical intelligence they need to improve the energy performance of their facilities,” comments Ahmed Hirani, Executive Vice President of Sales. “By reducing volumes of data into visual knowledge, graphs, and reports, EC-NetAX EnerVue allows users to rapidly identify trends, as well as real-time facility and enterprise data, to greatly facilitate business decisions.”

Through an extensive library of viewlets, EC-NetAX EnerVue can be easily customized for an individual user’s unique needs and requirements, enabling them to focus on current or rapidly changing conditions for their area of responsibility. Viewlets are available for various data, histories, and metrics, including energy trends, building comparisons, weather data, network status, consumption efficiencies, key performance indices (KPIs), and more.

For additional information concerning EC-NetAXEnerVue Web-based energy management dashboard, visit the Distech Controls Website here

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