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— Technical alarms and supervision and remote control of the system
— Technical alarms and supervision
— Remote control of the system
Even technical alarms can play an active role in the containment of consumption of a building: the detection of an abnormal condition directly at its onset allows to avoid the operation of the system in abnormal conditions and therefore potentially characterized by lower efficiency, higher losses, etc.
The remote control of the system can contribute to the containment of consumption of a building allowing the immediate human intervention even in all those unexpected situations that require it. The possibility of being able to intervene on an unforeseen condition directly at its onset allows to avoid the operation of the system in conditions potentially characterized by lower efficiency, higher losses, etc.
The main automation functions that can lead to a reduction in consumption in residential and non-residential contexts are:
The main automation functions that can lead to a reduction in consumption by acting remotely in residential or non-residential contexts are:
• Detection of hazardous gases such as methane, LPG, carbon monoxide (in the kitchen, garage, near fireplaces and stoves), smoke, fire, flooding. • Closing of gas and water solenoid valves in a given scenario. • By associating an actuator to plug sockets, it is possible to disconnect power to selected users, eliminating stand-by consumption of household appliances without disconnecting power to users that require continuity of supply. • Automatic reset of the differential in case of its untimely intervention. • Plant supervision • Scheduling events, bi-directional control via telephone or internet. • Monitoring of electrical or environmental quantities with recording and production of trends of the same quantity.
• Telephone control of bus devices. • Status query via telephone of bus devices. • Remote control via telephone of alarms or events to several telephone numbers with possibility of remote silencing. • Simultaneous and coordinated command/control of several functions. • Manual or automatic activation (timed or at the occurrence of an event), locally or remotely.
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