6/25/2014 11:53 AM
At Streamside Solutions, we are on a mission to make Events2HVAC compatible with as many HVAC control systems and room reservation systems as possible. Recently, we helped Mission Community Church in Gilbert, AZ, integrate Dean Evans EMS Professional schedules with their Net/X Thermostats, automating HVAC control in 33 rooms. We also extended the number of Network Thermostat products that are compatible with Events2HVAC.
Events2HVAC is now compatible with all of the following Network Thermostat products:
Using wireless or IP-based thermostats such as those listed above offers facility managers who want to integrate their room schedules with their HVAC systems several advantages. First, it is easy to replace a traditional thermostat with a wireless thermostat. It is also inexpensive because you do not need an electrician to wire the thermostat back to controllers. But most importantly for smaller facilities or facilities on a tight budget, using these thermostats allows you to take advantage of the energy and labor savings Events2HVAC provides without investing in an expensive building automation system.
The diagram below illustrates how Events2HVAC works with these products.
When customers approach us inquiring about systems with which Events2HVAC is not compatible, we research the systems to determine if an Events2HVAC interface for it can be developed. If we determine that the interface is possible, we then determine the programming time and effort required to develop the interface, and prepare a quote for the potential customer. Several of our interfaces have been developed in the way, each one helping us get closer to our mission of making Events2HVAC as flexible as possible for our customers.
*Not yet tested, but should be compatible our BACnet/IP device interface.
Founded in 1998, Streamside Solutions provides software products, solutions and services for the building automation industry.
Phone: (888) 320-4277
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