Smart Energy Management Through Advanced Room Control Technology
We understand that building owners want improved energy efficiency yet enhanced comfort...minus the extra expense to achieve it. Lower total installed costs and faster commissioning times are at the forefront of the room control solution your customers are seeking. We can deliver that.
Your customers can now take full control of their building’s HVAC whether retrofitting existing systems with technologically-advanced room controllers, or opting for an easy-to-install and commission alternative for new projects. The SE7000 and SE8000 Series room controllers from Schneider Electric™ offer a simple yet powerful and cost-competitive solution, that is ideal for any of today’s commercial or retail buildings. Facility managers can benefit from a selection of built-in, application-specific control options, which have been designed to simultaneously increase the overall comfort of building occupants while reducing energy costs.
System Integrator Benefits
Growth. Broaden your business opportunities
Flexible. Wireless technology and open communication
Adaptable. The perfect retrofit or new build solution
Cost-effective. Easy installation and fast commissioning
Cost-effective. Lower total install costs and faster ROI
Efficient. Improve comfort while reducing energy costs
Non-intrusive. Wireless technology for minimal downtime
Scalable. Future-proof and protect your investment
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SE8000 Series Solution Brochure
The SE8000 Series is a sophisticated addition to the Schneider Electric™ product portfolio of room controllers. With rich, customizable features, the SE8000 Series enables significant energy savings with accurate temperature control in any space.
SE7000 and SE8000 Series overview presentation. Discover how our application-specific room controllers enable facility managers to lower total installed costs, reduct labor installation and enable faster commissioning times.
Schneider Electric’s SE7000 Series room controllers bridge the gap between stand-alone sensors and intelligent building management systems (BMS), delivering simplified automation and communications to a broad range of building types.
Schneider Electric room controllers bridge the gap between the cost of stand-alone thermostats, and the performance of DDC systems, by simplifying installation and commissioning, to control rooftop units, fan coil units, terminal units and heat pump applications, for a wide variety of facilities.
Drinking our own Champagne at the Schneider Electric Montreal Office
A few years ago, the building at 7262 Rue Marconi in Montreal, Canada, was just another former textile factory. Today, it is a showcase for state-of-the-art building automation using wireless technologies, daylight harvesting, on-demand ventilation, and many other advanced capabilities that make it as energy efficient and comfortable as the world’s newest constructions. The building is also home to Schneider Electric’s Small Building Systems research and development operations in Canada, where engineers are working on the next big advances in building control and management.
Named one of the nation's greenest colleges, Biola University is a private Christian institution located on 95 acres in the residential neighborhood of La Mirada in Southern California. The campus offers more than one million square feet of floor space housed in forty major buildings, many of which have been extensively renovated over the past decade to improve their energy efficiency, and decrease the university’s overall carbon footprint.
Temperature control is critical for quality brewing, and the company had been using Schneider Electric controllers in its plant for some time to monitor temperatures and control chillers and boilers. But in the company’s remote warehouse just four miles away, where beer is stored while awaiting shipment, simple thermostats were still in use.
How Integrated Room Controllers Reduce Office Energy Cost and Boost Worker Productivity
by Dusan Janjic
Office buildings waste up to 30% of the energy they consume. An upgrade from simple thermostats to networked integrated room controllers allows centralized control and monitoring of office energy use and environmental comfort. Such capabilities reduce energy costs and improve working conditions. This paper provides guidance for how room controllers can be networked to achieve a rapid return on investment (ROI) and continued long-term energy savings.
Integrated Application-Specific Controllers: A New Approach to Zone-Level Control
by Jason Estes
Whilst the traditional direct digital control approach to installing zone-level control has served contractors for many years, technological advances have changed the playing field. Today’s application-specific controllers integrate sensors, programming, and wiring into a single device, reducing installation time and labor costs by 75%. This paper explains how integrated controllers differ from traditional direct digital controllers, and the advantages they offer.
Leveraging Wireless Technology to Reduce Building Energy Costs
by Bas Jansen
Building owners and operators face many challenges, and energy costs is one of the greatest. It’s estimated that 30% or more of energy used in commercial buildings is wasted. While building automation technology can help meet this challenge, the cost and complexity of these systems has been a roadblock to widespread adoption, especially for older buildings and smaller enterprises. New advances in wireless technology have changed this equation, offering new choices for building controls and management. This paper examines the advantages and disadvantages of the major wireless standards, and how building owners can use wireless products to reduce energy costs.
A Framework for Converting Hotel Guestroom Energy Management into ROI
by Francois Carle
Hotel guests and staff are not directly accountable for a hotel’s overall utility bill. As a result, room occupants have little incentive to adopt energy-efficient habits. Yet, guest room energy consumption accounts for between 40 and 80% of energy use within the hospitality industry. In addition, industry data shows that guests remain outside of their rooms for several hours a day, on average. This paper analyzes room energy management approaches that accommodate both guest comfort and efficiency.
Impact of Building Automation and Energy Efficiency Measures on K-12 Schools
by Tim Doulgeropoulos
Schools spend more on energy than on any other expense except for personnel. Traditional building control systems reduce energy costs, but most school districts can’t afford them. New, intelligent room controllers enable energy cost reductions of up to 30% without requiring high, up-front investment. Grants may also be available from government and utilities to help reduce costs. This paper offers guidance on how schools can achieve ROI through greener operations.