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PulseConnex

November 2014

Help your customers unlock the greatest secret in the utility industry with PulseConnex. Your customer's energy use will be at their fingertips, online and instantaneous.

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Demand Control
for Churches

October 2013

What is Energy Demand Management?

Energy Demand Management involves regulating the rate of energy use so energy is used in a more efficient way. Many times a higher quantity of energy is used at a specific time during the day. This is referred to as a “Peak” in energy use.

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Demand Calculations

October 2013

This is your own personal Cheat Sheet for calculating demand (kW)

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Load Factor Calculations

October 2013

Load factor, in essence, means efficiency. It is the ratio of actual kilowatt-hours used in a given period, divided by the total possible kilowatt -hours that could have been used in the same period, at the peak kW level established by the customer during the billing period.

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Helping the Environment

June 2013

Demand control with an Energy Sentry is both a financial and an environmental investment. Not only will you save 10% to 40% each month on your electric bills, but you’ll also be helping the environment by increasing your energy efficiency.

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Commonly
Controlled Loads

June 2013

There are numerous kinds of controllable electric loads. Below is a brief list of some common types of residential and commercial loads that have successfully been controlled with an Energy Sentry.

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Do you have
High Electric Bills?

June 2013

An Energy Sentry Demand Management System Could be the Solution

To understand how a demand management system works, let’s first look at what demand is and how it relates to your electric use.

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Using Solar & Demand Control to Save BIG!

February 2013

Several years ago Xcel Energy referred Arthur Howe of Mountain View Methodist Church (MVMC) in Boulder, CO to Brayden Automation to analyze their energy use and determine if they could save money on their electric bills by installing a demand control system.

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Demand Control
Myth #3

February 2013
“A demand controller will damage my equipment.”

Some people seem to think that since a demand controller is connected to several electric loads in a building, that it could potentially damage the controlled equipment. However, this is definitely not the case.

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Capitalize on
Thermal Energy

October 2012

In terms of demand control, thermal energy is King. Although demand control can be used with various types of electric loads to increase effi ciency and savings, thermal loads produce the best results.

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