It is considered:
Applying this standard lets you estimate the savings introduced by the degree of control and automation of technological systems – Building Automation and Control System (BACS). Therefore it allows: to quantify and compare the theoretical cost savings related to each class, choose the category of the control system and finally turn the choice of the class into a list of functions that can be included in the technical specification.
The standard defines four different energy efficiency classes for classification of automation systems; depending on the choice of equipment and the careful design of the system, you can reach the minimum performance, the more advanced automation or the top of the ladder.
The idea to achieve that is simply based on the optimization of the energy management system: Power is only provided when required.
The minimum requirements defined by each category affect automation functions such as heating and cooling, lighting and solar shading. For each function there are defined different levels of complexity according to the class.
The system is certified as perfectly suitable to reach the energy certifications up to class A. It performs with a high level of accuracy and completeness in all the functionality required by the European standard EN15232.
As well as highly functional they are also economically compatible with all types of buildings, whose integrated functions have to fit the required new regulations of energy saving.
Lighting control: The lighting can only be switched on manually by using the buttons/switches installed in the area you want to be illuminated. If the light is not switched off manually, the system automatically turns off the lights within 5 minutes if there is no presence / movement in the area. Class of automation: A.
Heating: This function allows to control the temperature of every room with the possibility of interrupting the heating or putting it in the low power state when there is no person in the room or the windows/doors are open.