Danish electricity saving trust recommends environmentally friendly measurement modules for efficient energy management at home Copenhagen, September 01, 2009 homeowners manage better their energy consumption in the future: under the banner of The Green Difference Kamstrup has brought to the market a new generation of household meters. The company has specializes in smart metering solutions for cooling, heating, electricity, water and gas energy-saving. Through the implementation of internationally recognized Z-Wave wireless standards, the energy-saving measurement modules can be integrated in intelligent home networks as well. Thus, homeowners have the opportunity to be able to transparently access and control their consumption data. The modular construction of the instruments enables homeowners to read data at the same time, to maintain the count and perform intelligent home control applications with the same electricity meter. The consumer can its energy consumption in a simple way via the computer or via in-house displays, control and gets so detailed information about its current or average consumption. So can the customer to track its consumption daily.
The Kamstrup counters are designed electronically and for simple and safe readout of the data. High level of transparency for the consumer’s Z-Wave is the leading 2-way wireless communication-protocol for home control applications. Currently over 300 home-control devices with you. The Z-Wave advanced energy control (AEC) framework allows to integrate smart meters in home control solutions. This technology allows utilities and smart metering manufacturers, an intelligent, advanced and environmentally friendly energy management system for the budget to rebuild. Z-Wave making transparent, domestic energy consumption in the highest degree which allows homeowners an active control over all gas-consuming appliances.
In this way, consumers recognize in what time most consumes resources be and can they demand to regulate. Using AEC, Z-Wave also ensures a secure end-to-end data transfer between meter and energy suppliers. The counter options, which allows the electricity provider to maintain two-way communication with the consumer.