1. Easy Installation & Commissioning
Wired systems in commercial buildings often have very high costs for installation and commissioning. The wired legacy systems are not flexible, and recommissioning and rearrangements have always been major cost drivers. The cost for troubleshooting has always been the subject of frustration between the supplier, installer and customer. Going wireless means you could cut those costs; as much as 60%, compared to your wired system.
The large savings stated above, is of course related to a reduction of cabling. However, the biggest contributor to these cost reductions is the time for commissioning. With wireless technology, by communicating with devices using a mobile app, a building wide controls network can be commissioned in days instead of weeks. No more expensive and time-consuming installation procedures!
2. Reduced Energy Consumption
With new environmental requirements and legislations (BREEAM, LEED etc) the need for reducing energy consumption and operating costs are vital. The HVAC industry is forced to create energy efficient and flexible products for sustainability to meet those requirements.
Making your product wireless enables energy efficient and demand-controlled HVAC solutions.
The products and services you sell can provide sustainable green buildings through low energy consumption with the possibility to collect data from sensors and control products.