Comprehensive Energy Automation System
Ebuilding's integrated energy automation system is designed to distribute the electrical load among consumers to smooth out peak values.
The Ebuilding system is based on Beckhoff, Schneider Electric, Siemens, Honeywell controllers, Legrand modules and sensors and various domestic companies. The operation is controlled by the Smart software package, which in turn consists of software for describing logic, a SCADA system. The user interface is a program for all major operating systems for remote monitoring from the operator's workplace and provides not only remote control of various consumers, but also a system of scripts for automating work.
Scripting system — this is a set of algorithms that are written into the system during its installation. Scenarios help optimize energy consumption, set comfortable conditions depending on the time of day or outdoor temperature. In the event of a shortage of allocated power at the facility, scenarios allow you to prioritize the use of certain electricity consumers and turn off unnecessary ones automatically when the total load on the network increases. This is called a priority system, which is designed to smooth out peaks in electricity consumption by automating the processes of managing certain consumers during the day.
For additional power during peak periods loads, you can use industrial three-phase uninterruptible power supplies, which allow you to connect up to 500 kW to the network for a short time. capacities from one UPS.
The entire complex of systems is controlled from a single workplace, as well as remotely using wearable devices. In addition to direct control, the user has access to general information about the functioning of the system, data from the facility's security system, energy consumption statistics for a particular consumer, and many other data.
The main technologies for implementing automation projects are KNX/EIB, Lonworks, DALI, Bacnet, Modbus, and others.