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IEEE

Thursday, 12 June 2014 00:00

Integration

  • BACnet MS/TP
  • BACnet IP
  • XL5000 CBus Integration
  • Modbus

Visuals

  • basMaker
    • basTemplateMavi
    • basPlantMaker
    • basUnitaryMaker

Specs

  • 3 Buildings
  • 4 Jaces
  • 2500 points

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UCC

Thursday, 12 June 2014 00:00

Controls

  • Honeywell Excel 5000
  • Spyders

Integration

  • Lon
  • BACnet
  • Cbus
  • Modbus

Visuals

  • basMaker
    • basTemplateMavi
    • basPlantMaker
    • basUnitaryMaker

Specs

  • 6 Buildings
  • 15 Jaces

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Rutgers

Wednesday, 11 June 2014 00:00

Controls

  • Honeywell Excel 5000
  • Spyders

Integration

  • Modbus
  • BACnet
  • Cbus

Visuals

  • basMaker
    • basTemplateMavi
    • basPlantMaker
    • basUnitaryMaker

Specs

  • 10 Buildings
  • 24 Jaces

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Colchester

Wednesday, 11 June 2014 00:00

Integration

  • Alerton
  • Automated Logic
  • Delta

Visuals

  • basMaker
    • basTemplateMavi
    • basPlantMaker
    • basUnitaryMaker

Specs

  • 3 Schools
  • 6 Jaces

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Applying technology to your building is not a fix all solution.  Knowledge and understanding of the technology is required to make insightful and money saving decisions.  We desire to pass this skillset forward to all of our clients.  Our training curriculum is deliverable in multiple ways so that various levels of users can utilize their building’s automation system.  Every level of training provides the exact amount of information need by user type so as to allow functionality without sacrificing valuable time.  Nevertheless, we feel that every user should grasp:

  • How to make adjustments to system parameters
  • How to monitor building automation performance (via alarms, logs, and other system tools)

Our training team has an extensive understanding of every system function and will provide comprehensive training according to user level.  Each trainer is certified by Honeywell to furnish detail in engineering, network configuration, and programming.  Classes are available at a predetermined conference center or given on-site using the actual system in real time.

A major facet of our design approach is to accumulate solution propositions from a variety of sources.  By doing so we find that we are able to build upon successful projects, instead of attempting to recreate success from scratch.  Therefore, we make intensive efforts to plan a sound design strategy before moving into the work phase.  Our desire is to assimilate ideas that work for your building and put them into action.  The end result will focus on energy savings that do not compromise building comfort.

Do you have specific questions for our design/retrofit team?  Give us a call. 

Every building or facility is an asset that can add value to a company or cost it considerably.  Improving the quality of a structure’s energy consumption is best way to substantiate retaining it as an asset.  AME serves to assist organizations that want to protect their building investments.  Consequently, we offer maintenance on facility controls, devices, and sensors installed by us and even those that were not.  We provide preventive maintenance to negate problems that could hinder energy savings. Our facility maintenance and repair services include:

ü  24/7 Emergency services

ü  Off-site remote support via online technical support

ü  Performance analyses of HVAC systems

ü  Software upgrades

We guarantee significant reduction in critical failures through our maintenance program. 

Want more information about keeping your system up and running?  Contact us today! 

AME designs each buildings lighting controls to spec so that energy savings are reaped as quickly as possible.  We also design to improve lighting performance and quality.  A typical building’s electrical usage is 40% lighting.  AME takes lighting control beyond occupancy sensors and timers.  We help businesses to use insightful data from network lighting controls to help reduce lighting waste in real time for real savings.  Whether the building is new or old, we can design a lighting control solution that will decrease energy waste.  We have provided 75% lighting saving to building that have no system in place.  Advadtages of our lighting controls include:

ü  Incorporating utility incentives & rebate programs

ü  Taking advantage of energy lighting tax incentives

ü  Low interest loans for energy efficient lighting 

Contact us today for a complementary audit of your building’s lighting. 

Services

Wednesday, 11 June 2014 00:00

ELEVATE YOUR BUILDING’S EFFICIENCY, IMPROVE YOUR BOTTOM LINE

AME boasts a unique and dedicated team that combines experience, talent, and ingenuity.  We set lofty goals and take concerted measures to reach them for or clients.  Consequently, our approach to building control solutions is unparalleled in the industry.  With each service we provide, we improve your company’s ability to save money and manage energy waste.  AME partners with businesses who desire to address their energy costs and environmental marketing strategies.

-      Building Automation

-      Lighting Controls

-      Energy Solutions

-      New Design & Retrofit

-      Training

Want to our team about any of services?  Contact us. 

BUILDING AUTOMATION FOR INTELLIGENT BUILDINGS

Gaining control of your buildings energy efficiency is at your fingertips when you choose us for your automation system needs.  As a Honeywell distributor, we have considerable expertise in installing new systems and integrating updated systems into existing ones.

Optimizing Building Energy Use

Commercial buildings consume approximately 35% of the billions of kilowatts produced annually in the US.  Therefore, it obvious why organizations are adopting strategies that address building energy usage.  How are your buildings efficiency levels?  Often attention is given to renewable energy, retrofits, and other conservation types.  However, optimizing your building should be the first step to improving building energy efficiency. Allow AME to optimize your building’s energy use by:

ü  Continually reducing cooling, heating, and lighting consumption through design and practical conservation via building automation.

ü  Monitoring building performance via building automation system generated reports.

ü  Recommending lighting systems that consume less than one watt of electricity per square foot.

Increasing Your Building’s Performance

When building functions are synchronized overall building performance is vastly improved.  For instance, when lighting is integrated with HVAC control systems, significant savings are realized. 

Reducing Operational Costs

ENERGY STAR relates that commercial buildings devote about 30% of their operating budgets to energy costs.  Therefore, efficient energy usage is key to improving operating budgets.  AME can instill practical building automation protocols that will result in effective building energy management. 

All of our clients receive a full performance assessment which outlines system planning that includes:

  • Design
  • Installation notes and planning
  • Start-up
  • Commissioning
  • Training manuals & related system documentation

Ready to speak with one of our representatives?  Feel free to call! 

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