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Geza Pallagh, IMServ

Milton Keynes, UK: IMServ Europe, one of the UK’s largest independent energy management providers in partnership with EDMI has developed and launched IMServ Control 10. A stand-alone, programmable monitoring and control device designed specifically for building energy management of smaller premises. The company will be demonstrating the new product at this year’s NEMEX Energy Live, at the NEC in Birmingham, on 16 - 18 April, Stand L19

Using Direct Digital Control (DDC) technology, the controller is well-suited for use in small to medium sized buildings with low annual energy consumption and bills of around £6,000 per annum. With the ability to monitor and control multiple I/O points the controller has the potential of providing up to 30% reductions in energy use and CO2 emissions for small sites such as retailers, banks, police stations and schools.

IMServ Control 10 includes six universal inputs including alarms, temperature, light levels and four digital outputs to control heating, cooling equipment and lighting.

The controller is a versatile solution for achieving energy savings, offering both a wired and a wireless solution. Data can be monitored using the controller’s own interface or IMServ’s Energy DataVision (EDV) platform. Customers can log into the EDV system to see their aM&T data coming from their controllers. In addition to data from other meters such as gas, electricity, water, oil, etc. The controller is also capable of storing data for trend and event logging for a period of 30 days.

The Modbus network interface provides a range of interoperability options including interfacing to utility meters, AC units, chillers. Moreover the wireless M-bus option offers integration of the same devices without the hassle of physical wiring on site which will minimise downtime for the customer during installation.

The company is able to keep costs low by ensuring that no site visits are required to change the settings. This is achieved by remote site management available through IMServ’s “bureau team”, providing customers with the reassurance of 24/7 telephone support. Customers also have quick and secure access to their data from any location using the online web portal so that heating, ventilation, air conditioning, gas, water and electricity can all be managed remotely.

The launch of IMServ Control 10 marks a new strategic direction for the company, providing greater flexibility for IMServ to tailor fit its solutions to meet customer’s requirements in these sectors.

Geza Pallagh, IMServ Product Manager, explains:

“Energy costs are continually rising and a building which is financially feasible today may become too expensive in the future. The IMServ Control 10 makes it easy and cost effective to monitor the smaller premises – even bespoke premises such as listed buildings.”

“We believe that installing IMServ Control 10 will raise staff awareness of energy consumption and change attitudes and behaviours towards making savings.”

“Customers’ feedback and experience have been considered during the design of the IMServ Control 10. The product has been developed to make BEMS a cost effective solution for smaller sites. We have ensured that our controller allows versatile installation options, communications methods and hardware options to allow smaller premises to achieve an attractive ROI.”


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Main features of the IMServ Control 10:
• 6 Universal inputs
• 4 Digital outputs
• GPRS connection
• 256kB Flash & 16kB SRAM internal memory
• Modbus interface
• Wireless interface
• Alarm and trending functions
• Firmware update via GPRS network
• EDV interface or intuitive web interface

Key Benefits of the IMServ Control 10:

• Attractive ROI, even for sites under £6,000 annual energy bill
• Up to 30% reductions in energy use and CO2 emissions by automated and tracked operation
• Reducing operational costs while ensuring comfort during occupancy and keeping
night time consumption to a minimum
• Reduce installation costs via integrating utility meters, AC units and other equipment using Modbus
• Less maintenance required through optimised operation of the building and
• No site visits required to change settings due to remote site management
• Quick and secure access to data from any location using mobile devices and GPRS communication
• Raise energy awareness and change staff attitude towards energy savings

IMServ Europe Ltd is one of the UK’s largest independent energy data management providers. The company offers carbon and energy management solutions, helping organisations across all sectors to save energy, reduce costs and control carbon emissions.

IMServ offers an all-inclusive portfolio that covers data collection, analysis, reporting and carbon management. To date over 180,000 sites in England, Scotland and Wales are benefiting from its solutions.

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About NEMEX Energy Live

As the premier event for energy in all its forms, NEMEX Energy Live is the event where you can discover New Energy Management Excellence. Responding to this ever-changing marketplace, 2013 will see a major focus on building energy management systems (BEMS) and innovative energy management - from lighting to building fabrics and software to solar. In addition to hundreds of exhibitors, NEMEX Energy Live will showcase the latest advances, standards and insight through an exciting seminar programme and offers a high quality environment in which to do business and network with like-minded individuals.
The event takes place from 16th - 18th April at NEC, Birmingham.
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