Annual savings: $120,693
THAT’s the kind of data you want to see on your energy management system.
But your EMS likely contains a whole treasure trove of data, beyond your sometimes astounding) energy savings. Actionable data such as:
Real-time Occupancy: Perhaps your maintenance team needs to visit a room; they can do so without disturbing guests.
Thermostat Calibration: Calibrations higher than 4% should be investigated.
Temperature vs. Setpoint: If there’s a wide variation, something is amiss.
EMS Devices with Low Batteries: Don’t change all batteries based on a schedule; change only those that need to be changed.
EMS Devices Offline: Identify which devices are offline and troubleshoot without having to enter a guest room.
Devices with Active Alerts: Troubleshoot online without having to disturb your guests.
The Most and the Least Efficient HVAC Devices: Perhaps it’s simply a matter of room location. Switch out the overworked devices in those sunny rooms with the ones in shady rooms.
HVAC Systems Forced Off: Devices which run non-stop are forced off at a certain point. There are a variety of reasons a device can be forced off. For example, it might be an indication of a device that is failing, or of a patio door that was left open.
Runtime Data-Devices with the Highest and Lowest Runtimes: Again, could be indicative of units requiring maintenance. Visit the rooms listed on the report, investigate the possible causes (for example, dirty filters).
Rooms by RH%: Which rooms have a humidity problem? High humidity is an insidious and potentially expensive problem. It’s important to stay on top of it before humidity causes irreversible damage.
A feature-rich energy management system offers hidden gems of information. A treasure trove of data you can use to prolong the life of your HVAC equipment, streamline tasks and delight your guests.
Telkonet can help find your hidden gems. Get in touch with us.
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