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Affordable building management system available

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Schneider Electric's EasLogic controller

16th March 2024

     

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A building management system (BMS) range designed for basic building architectures has recently been launched to the local marketplace. 

Digital automation and energy management company Schneider Electric says its EasyLogic BMS range of field controllers and sensors is easy to install and scalable.

“The EasyLogic brand brings to market a very cost-effective solution that still delivers the reliability and robustness that the Schneider Electric brand is known for. While not offering the advanced capabilities of our premium range, the EasyLogic product still delivers a robust BMS solution,” says Schneider Electric offer manager: digital building for Anglophone Africa Mark Freeman.

The range is designed for basic heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) applications and includes an integrated network of controllers, providing improved installation efficiency and energy use such as plant room and terminal units. This includes controllers for fan coil, or FCU, and variable air volume, or VAV, as well as expansion modules. The EasyLogic range is also compatible with BACnet MS/TP for network communications and supports fundamental HVAC applications. 

“While smart building technology has seen a shift towards the integration of digital building management systems, not all projects have sufficiently large budgets for state-of-art premium solutions. With the EasyLogic brand, we are targeting end-users who require a more affordable alternative, but still want to operate and control their buildings digitally,” explains Freeman.

He notes that the solution can be tailored to almost any application and any size building and once installed, will enable significant energy savings resulting in a good return on investment.

“What’s more, the product comes with a hard-wired serial bus, so if a building has existing cabling and an outdated BMS that is no longer functional, the controller can simply be changed out with an EasyLogic unit, as long as there is a MS/TP network in place, Additionally, it comes with affordable temperature sensors that can monitor and control the temperature in a building at a very cost-effective rate,” says Freeman.

 

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