Plugwise Systems Control Power and Conserve Electricity

Conserving power is what drives all of Plugwise’s activities.That is why it seeks to conserve power by controlling all energy using equipment from one location by merely connecting it to a Plugwise system. A system which has helped customers to save power and money by lowering energy bills.

Plugwise has now introduced two unique products globally. They are the Plugwise Scan light sensor and motion detector and the Plugwise Sense module for the Plugwise ZigBee network. The two new products from Plugwise will be available for sale from July 4, 2011.

The Plugwise Scan brings many new and useful features to the Plugwise system. It is now possible to use the device to control your lighting using the motion detection and light sensor. The scan helps see the occupancy of the office and optimizes the light saving considerable energy consumption.

The Plugwise Sense takes measurements of temperature and relative humidity and stores this data in its memory. Building owner then draws on this data to implement appropriate measures to optimize comfort in your building. It is a new module for the Plugwise ZigBee network and has great realibility and durability.

Source: Plugwise

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