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February 27, 2013 - Using drag-and-drop visual programming, EnergyCenter PRO enables user to automate connected thermostats, lighting, plug loads, and fans. Users can define device behavior based not only on schedule or sensor input, but also on environmental conditions. By monitoring conditions such as temperature, HVAC status, lighting state, contact inputs, and energy consumption, software allows system to trigger prioritized events based on user-defined conditions and logic.

Autani Corporation Introduces EnergyCenter PRO-Intelligent, Energy-Saving Automation


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Autani Corporation
7170 Riverwood Drive
Columbia, MD, 21046
USA



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Press release date: February 14, 2013

Columbia, MD – Autani Corporation has released EnergyCenter PRO to add powerful, easy-to-use advanced automation features to the EnergyCenter family of control and energy management solutions. Using intuitive “drag-and-drop” visual programming, EnergyCenter PRO makes it easy to automate connected thermostats, lighting, plug loads, and fans with user-defined conditions and logic.

“Autani’s EnergyCenter PRO release is a technological leap forward in building and energy management capabilities for the industry,” said Randy Clayton, President of Autani. “While EnergyCenter is an extremely capable building control system, EnergyCenter PRO gives our partners the ability to extend EnergyCenter capabilities without writing a single line of code.”

Building upon Autani’s user-friendly, browser-based EnergyCenter suite of software, PRO helps building owners, operators, and systems integrators increase the energy efficiency of facilities and maximize savings. EnergyCenter PRO allows users to define device behavior based not only on schedule or sensor input, but also on environmental conditions. Example applications include:
• Automatically shedding load when max demand hits a defined threshold
• Triggering thermostat set back when a window is open and lights are off
• Setting a facility to “night” mode based on a switch at the front door

EnergyCenter PRO monitors conditions such as temperature, HVAC status, lighting state, contact inputs, and energy consumption, allowing the system to trigger prioritized events based on user-defined conditions and logic.

EnergyCenter is an innovative energy management system that integrates lighting, HVAC, fans, and metering, as well as Autani’s award-winning SmartLet for plug load control. Allowing remote and local system access, the web-based interface provides a single portal for energy management across systems.

Founded in 2006 and based in Columbia, MD, Autani Corporation designs integrated building control systems that innovatively reduce energy waste in commercial buildings via intelligent energy management. Visit http://www.autani.com for more information.
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