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March 5, 2012
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ecobee-03-05-12-body.jpgThe ecobee Energy Management System (EMS) is the newest technology designed for the commercial market. It is ideal in applications where a simple programmable thermostat does not provide adequate controls and functionality and a full-scale BAS is too complex and cost prohibitive. The ecobee EMS is user friendly reduces a building’s operating costs and delivers increased energy conservation.

Through a dedicated management portal users can remotely monitor, identify, analyze and trouble shoot performance issues. Manage the temperature and operational settings from a central location and take action without having to send a technician on-site reducing the need for truck rolls. The ecobee EMS delivers consistent and predictable installations resulting in less time on the job site. Once installed, the set-up is straight forward and efficient with our intuitive design, allowing users to manage an unlimited number of thermostats in multiple locations across diverse geographies. The configuration protocol allows for grouping of thermostats and multiple users with the flexibility to provide each user with varying degrees of accessibility and operating permissions.

The ecobee EMS is the system that will maximize any buildings efficiency, reduce energy consumption and deliver significant cost savings.

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