Hynetic's Building Monitoring System helps meet the comfort and safety needs of the occupants while also increasing your operational and energy efficiency through energy, lighting, air quality, gas detection, and smoke management solutions. The single coordinated view of these systems, and their synchronized response, promotes a safer and more energy efficient building every day and better response in the event of an emergency.
A properly designed and installed monitoring system offers a deeper understanding of the operational parameters of the facility's electrical system.A close appraisal of the data generated by a monitoring system can reveal a variety of overt and subtle opportunities.
A better knowledge of how energy is used within a facility allows you to identify an array of prospects to improve efficiency, minimize waste, and reduce energy consumption, thereby allowing the facility to be a better steward of its allotted natural resources.
A better knowledge of how energy is used within a facility allows you to identify an array of prospects to improve efficiency, minimize waAssessment of data from the monitoring system can reveal existing or imminent issues that can adversely affect the operation and product within a facility. Historical data from power monitoring systems can help locate and correct both acute and chronic problems, resulting in increased productivity.
Data trends can forecast and notify the appropriate people when discrete equipment parameters may be exceeded, allowing you to plan ahead instead of facing an unscheduled shutdown.
Safety monitoring systems can limit the exposure of personnel to potentially hazardous electrical environments by providing remote status and operational parameters of equipment within hazardous areas.
Some monitoring devices also offer a variety of additional parameters (temperature, pressure, flow rate, vibration, status indicators, etc.) through the use of transducers.
Each benefit discussed above either directly or indirectly influences a business's bottom line. In most cases, the monetary impact from even one or two benefits can quickly justify the purchase and installation of a power monitoring system.