Autani is a Building Automation Provider with a proven track record of reducing energy consumption. At the core of our product offering is EnergyCenter, a building management platform that connects Lighting, Metering, HVAC, Refrigeration and Sensors to control, monitor and verify energy consumption through a single, powerful system with either wireless (to reduce installation costs) or wired connectivity.
EnergyCenter applications (Lighting, Metering, HVAC/Environmental, Refrigeration, Sensors) have been specifically designed to operate in every possible combination as an integrated unit, sharing data and resources.
A secure, wireless 2.4 GHZ mesh communications network connects every application of the EnergyCenter system, significantly reducing the cost of installation.
EnergyCenter supports integration with traditional wired building management devices through standard protocols, such as BACnet and MODBUS. Leverage the devices and infrastructure you already have and expand your realm of control.
Connect with EnergyCenter anytime and anywhere through a secure web portal. User-defined alerts can be sent automatically through email or to smart phones.
EnergyCenter provides accurate, real-time information and reporting to optimize energy management.
MODULAR AND SCALABLE
Integrating additional Autani Energy Solutions is simple and easy. Begin with our Automated Lighting Solution, for example, and easily add in HVAC at a later date. Start with one building or one floor, and when you’re ready to expand, simply install additional sensors and controllable devices. All of our products and solutions integrate seamlessly with one another, with no additional hardware or software.
EnergyCenter is the platform for these five Energy Management Solutions:
EnergyCenter is a powerful tool that can program, monitor and control lighting in buildings, parking lots and campuses—anytime, anywhere. With its user friendly and web-based dashboard, EnergyCenter uses sensors to determine occupancy/vacancy, natural lighting levels, and energy use throughout a facility to identify waste and reduce consumption. By combining sensor data with scheduling features, you can maximize control over your facility to balance operational needs with energy efficiency. Other features include wireless connected dimming and switching for lighting fixtures or circuits. Both local controls and sensors can operate with or without network connectivity.
Whether you utilize our meter or meters you already have installed, EnergyCenter can incorporate revenue-grade meters to measure, report, verify and optimize energy use for both submetering applications as well as energy management projects. Our metering system features secure anytime/ anywhere access and a user-friendly, web-based dashboard. Multiple locations and systems can be accessed remotely through a single customer account.
With EnergyCenter, you can program, monitor and control our wireless thermostats based on schedule, occupancy and events—anytime, anywhere—either locally or remotely. Our EnergyCenter sensors determine occupancy, temperature, humidity, and energy levels throughout a facility to identify waste, reduce consumption and transform stand-alone thermostats into an energy-efficient network. Use any combination of our temperature, humidity, pressure, and flow sensors to monitor HVAC equipment operation and efficiency, and use real-time data to alert you to potential maintenance issues.
Specific temperature ranges must be maintained in refrigeration and freezer units. EnergyCenter delivers real-time alerts so you know immediately when units are malfunctioning. Temperatures are monitored constantly and recorded continuously, eliminating the need for manual logging. EnergyCenter can even send email compliance reports to you automatically, while alerting you to potential maintenance issues.
Sensors are the foundation of modern building efficiency, connecting HVAC, lighting, refrigeration and other facility operations into a powerful network that proactively manages energy more efficiently. Our sensors reliably monitor occupancy, daylight/night, door contact, temperature, humidity and other environmental variables. They provide the real-time data that’s essential to providing the insight that improves operational performance.