Energy efficiency monitoring
Fuji Electric is a Japanese electrical engineering and measurement equipment company.
25,740 employees – $ 7,384 million in sales
Market: 104 institutions in 21 countries – represented in more than 52 countries
Type of building: Urban buildings
Objectives: Monitor the energies needed to operate buildings
Thanks to its telemetry station and an Adeunis product infrastructure, Fuji Electric monitors the energy required for building operations: heating, gas, electricity, etc. The system developed allows the feedback of desired information.
The undergrounds of cities consist of gigantic labyrinths of pipes. This entire network, managed by a boiler room, supplies urban buildings with hot water.
Water, a rare and precious commodity, requires our full attention. In order to optimize the management of this resource, Fuji Electric wanted to set up a communicating system, putting together the necessary data for optimized management.
Fuji Electric and ADEUNIS have designed a communicating system, allowing the monitoring of consumption, the detection of leaks, or the improvement of regulation.
A fleet of ADEUNIS’s devices (pulse transmitter, ambient temperature sensor, status reports…) have taken place in all the building. All these devices transmit data to a dedicated ADEUNIS hub/concentrator, which is connected to the Fuji Electric WGATE-POD-EMS telemetry monitor.
This information can also be transmitted in real time, up to the central boilers, in order to be processed and to ensure the optimization of the network supervision. A connection, allows by the ARF868 ULR modem, working with frequencies usable, without licences.
With this system, you can also monitor and optimize others data: gas and water consumption, CMV system status…
A digital screen facilitates the use of the device:
Improve the energy performance and health of the building
Ensure the maintenance of the installations
Reduce energy costs
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