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WA (February 2, 2012)—Building automation pioneer Alerton
(www.alerton.com) today debuted its multiple building dashboard, which
enables end users to display data from an unlimited number of
individual buildings to as many as 450 concurrent users using Alerton
Building Suite software. The Alerton multiple building energy dashboard
is especially applicable in installations where there is more than one
building and each building has unique energy and/or tenant attributes.
“The multiple building dashboard allows building owners to set up as many dashboards as they need to share info however—and with whomever—they want,” said David Cosby, product manager for the multiple building dashboard. “Because Alerton Building Suite energy dashboards don’t require any special hardware to set up, they are particularly economical solutions for any building.”
Part of Alerton Building Suite 3, the multiple building dashboard provides a familiar browser-based editor interface for customizing dashboard displays. All Alerton energy dashboards enable users to view live, real-time building data at a glance, support LEED and green initiatives, and change the behavior of tenants and visitors by making them stakeholders in energy management.
The multiple building dashboard displays hourly peak demand on the consumption page, which enables facilities managers to more accurately monitor a building’s energy use. Energy Dashboard authentication allows end users to configure individual energy dashboards to require an ID and password to view the dashboard.
The Alerton Building Suite 3 multiple building dashboard is available through authorized Alerton dealers. For product ordering and technical information, contact your local Alerton dealer, call Alerton at 425.869.8400 or visit www.alerton.com.
Founded in 1981, Alerton (www.alerton.com) is a leading manufacturer and pioneer of building automation systems for heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) equipment. Alerton advanced the industry in 1996 with its introduction of Alerton BACtalk, the first product line based on BACnet, the building industry’s standard for open system interoperability. Alerton products are found in thousands of structures, including high-rise office buildings, government facilities, university campuses, airports, hotels, school districts and hospitals around the world. BACnet is a trademark of the American Society of Heating, Refrigeration and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE, www.ashrae.org); BACtalk and Alerton are trademarks of Honeywell International. All other product names used herein are property of their respective owners.
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