By MCR Ottensen Consulting e.K.
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The topic of energy, Green IT, CO ² emissions, standby, and many other terms have been present for several months with the consumer. SIM.on you want to help in reducing your electricity consumption.
The approach of SIM.on is quite simple:
You install a meter for each phase in the fuse box and then attach to consumption. Instead of a single phase, also with sub-circuits in the fuse box can be measured.
If this is done by an electrician SIM.on your trust comes into play:
The SIM.server is connected by means of SIM.box with electricity meters and then measures the power consumption of each meter. The SIM.control stick in the SIM.server monitors, measures, and switches your to the SIM.server connected devices and sensors.
With your desktop Windows machine, you can configure your box via the SIM.WinClient monitor and generate reports.
By SIM.WebClient you can via web front end in the browser of your desktop computer, iphone or mobile phone to control the current consumption and watch in your rooms with these devices turned on or off. You will be amazed at what consumes your stove, television, living room ceiling lighting or PC and how you SIM.on playfully moves to save electricity.
If You have in addition to the starter package bought switchable sockets, switches or sensors, you can run them and define actions. Possible actions are:
-Switch off air conditioning when a window is opened
-Turn off office outlet from 20pm
-Turn on light hallway & living room when hallway light switch is pressed
The optional monitoring function (per unit EUR 1.19 incl 19% VAT per month) you can define notifications for several actions. Occurs the action You will receive through our web service located in the Internet an e-mail:
-Your air conditioning was turned off
-a movement was registered on the doorstep
-a counter is below a certain number of watts -> equipment failure such as a refrigerator or heating
-counter exceeded on a certain number of watts
-Your brassin has a temperature below 50 degrees or above 80 degrees