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Energy Management System

Energy Monitoring and Metering

EEMS typically includes sensors, meters, and data acquisition systems to monitor energy consumption in real-time. These devices measure electricity usage at various points within the facility, providing valuable data on energy patterns, trends, and anomalies.

Load Management and Control

EEMS may include load control strategies such as demand response, load shedding, and peak shaving to manage electricity demand and avoid costly peak demand charges. Automated control systems adjust equipment operation based on predefined schedules, occupancy patterns, or real-time energy prices to optimize energy usage.

Integration with Building Systems

EEMS integrates with other building management systems such as HVAC, lighting, and security systems to coordinate energy-saving strategies and optimize overall building performance. Integration enables seamless communication and coordination between different systems, allowing for more effective energy management and control.

Data Acquisition and Communication

Data from energy meters and sensors are collected and transmitted to a central management system for analysis and decision-making. Communication protocols such as Modbus, BACnet, or Ethernet are commonly used to transfer data between devices and the central monitoring platform.