High-tech Energy-efficient Guest Rooms with TIS- Energy management in hotels is really a challenging issue for owners. From the desired temperature to their favorite light level, guests are more likely to return for another stay when they can customize their room to match their preferences. However, providing these characteristics using old technology wastes lots of energy. As an example, there are plenty of issues with the old card key switches. Guests can put any card within the old switches, or they may ask for more than one card. Even if hotel desk refuses to provide more than one card to a guest, she/he may claim to have lost the credit card.
The traditional old technology of hotel card switch. Additionally there is a large amount of over intake of lights and AC energy because of things running even when guests aren’t within their rooms, and this may cause a monetary loss for your owner. Obviously, no hotel owner would like to prohibit guests from possessing a comfortable stay, nor do owners expect guests to enter a dark or cold hotel. No one is to blame. Both guests and hotel owners have the right to fulfill their interests.
Some hotel owners think if they separate the AC from the main network, less energy is going to be consumed, while some feel that motion sensors are the solution. However, these approaches forget to resolve the issue. The AC is the most energy-consuming device of all, and motion sensors may be nightmares given that they only function based upon movement detection, which means the AC and lights might go off while a guest is sleeping or reading a novel. Nightmarish!
The TIS Automation Company provides the best answer for hotel guest rooms by introducing its innovative technology in a smart ceiling sensor: Energy Servant. Our Energy Servant blows past classic hotel card switches with its ability to detect human presence in a room. This ceiling-mounted sensor has numerous options, including a PIR motion sensor, a light harvest sensor, 2X digital inputs, infrared emitters appropriate for all split AC types, TV brands infrared codes, temperature sensor, 24X flags, and 32 lines of logic and timers.
TIS Energy servant, the new method for hotel economical technology. By installing this door sensor in the entrance to some room, connecting it towards the Energy Servant’s digital input, and programming the logic lines, the issue of room occupancy is entirely resolved.
The subsequent logics could be defined for this particular sensor to manage room energy without the discomfort for guests:
Logic 1: If you have any movement within the room, the occupancy mode will likely be on.
Logic 2: If the main door is opened and closed, a flag will turn on for starters minute to check if there is certainly movement in room. If no movement is detected after 1 minute, the device will activate energy-saving mode. This really is beneficial in situations whenever a guest enters the area briefly. In energy-saving mode all lighting is off with the exception of a nightlight, which stays on for three hours in the event there exists another guest taking a nap. Also, the AC will never be turned off, nonetheless its temperature will likely be decreased by 2 degrees. This helps save energy with time.
Logic 3: If the energy-saving mode is enabled and no movement is detected for longer than 3-5 hours, the nightlight and AC will be switched off automatically. Additionally it is possible to define lower temperature levels for that AC. Furthermore, the power Servant can make the AC on/off if this recognizes that a balcony window/door is open. All of this requires is adding a magnetic contact linked to the balcony window/door and programming the required smart decision. The light harvest sensor helps save energy by wscgid balcony lights off when there is enough sun light.
Another practical and beneficial capability of this sensor is its built in thermostat, which will help maintain the right temperature at all times. This will be significant for keeping furniture fresh and intact. Also, in hot spots and even when the room is empty for a long period, humidity and bad smells will not be a problem in the room. This sensor could be developed to alter AC to dry mode if the room temperature reaches or exceeds 28-30C degree. This could happen repeatedly throughout the day if necessary. An identical performance can be programmed in cold spots to prevent mold.
Another option of this smart device is TV control. In the event the hotel offers the guest with a room tablet, she/he is able to control the room’s TV with it. This sensor was placed in 20 rooms in the Fairmount Blue Mountain Hotel in Sydney. The effect was considerably enhanced energy management and many satisfactory comments from guests who enjoyed their luxurious stay at this hotel.
TIS offers the chance to meet both hotel owners and guests interests and desires with just a couple items and then in by far the most power efficient possible way. To learn more or to plan a consultation, call us at www.tiscontrol.com