ActiveLED launches the Explorer Energy Monitor, a user programmable device that allows for the monitoring of a building’s electricity usage in real time.
Georgetown, TX (PRWEB) December 15, 2016
ActiveLED, Inc. is pleased to announce the release of The Explorer Energy Monitor. Besides the ability to monitor up to three separate electricity feeds in real time, the Explorer Energy Monitor also provides colorful graphs and reports allowing the user to explore better ways to manage their energy usage and thereby find options to save money on their electricity bill. The Explorer Energy Monitor can also send user defined email alarms that alert the user of power failures, brown-outs and over voltage events.
“Building owners are often frustrated by what they see in their monthly electricity bill,” stated Chad Randall, Vice President of Sales and Marketing at ActiveLED. “They see their total energy usage, but are unclear as to where that energy is being wasted. The Energy Monitor assists building owners in discovering and changing their electricity usage in ways that will save them money.” See Video
“Another benefit of the Explorer Energy Monitor,” Randall continued, “is that there are no separate data fees. Unlike other products and services, all data is inclusive to the device and does not require a data subscription service to access all of the great information the Explorer provides.”
Models of the Explorer Energy Monitor are available for both commercial as well as residential use. Wireless access is also an available option for start-up and ease of data access. To learn more about owning this new energy monitoring tool, please contact a Certified ActiveLED Dealer, or contact us at ActiveLED.com.
ActiveLED, Inc., a division of Ringdale Industries, Inc., is an innovator of solid-state technology and U.S. manufacturer of commercial and industrial LED lighting fixtures. Founded in 2007, ActiveLED is headquartered in Georgetown, Texas, with offices in the United States, the United Kingdom, Japan, and Singapore.
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