How does this work?
The output from the digital devices is sent to a computer program. This computer program analyzes the usage and compares it to historical data or the demand limits entered by the user.
If the detected usage is greater than historical usage or the demand usage, the system automatically takes necessary measures to reduce consumption. Such measures may include sounding an alarm, reducing electrical loads by taking non-critical items off the grid to reduce peak load values, or electronically closing a water valve in case of a water line break.
What does this mean for you?
By having a system that is fully automated and designed to save energy, you take the guesswork and worry out of the equation and simply allow the system to make the necessary adjustments. The result? You save time, money, and the environment.