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ViewSmart ENE3 Energy Display Device

Gain Credits Towards The Code For Sustainable Homes

Intuitive Room Controller - Includes an ENE3 compliant ViewSmart model to provide energy metering for communal heating systems and credits towards the Code for Sustainable Homes.

ViewSmart ENE3 Room Controller

Energy Display Device for use with a ModuSat Heat Interface Unit (HIU)

As part of the Code for Sustainable Homes, credits are available when an ENE3 compliant energy display device is installed in the home to provide provide energy metering for communal heating. The aim of this is to promote the specification of equipment that displays energy consumption data, therefore empowering residents to reduce their energy use.

The ViewSmart Room Controller is available as a fully ENE3 compliant energy display device. The ENE3 model of the controller is capable of displaying all of the information listed below, which is required by the Code for Sustainable Homes to gain the maximum 2 credits.

The latest Code for Sustainable Homes Manual (November 2010) defines energy displaying devices as follows:

This is a system comprising a self-charging sensor(s) fixed to the incoming mains supply/supplies, to measure and transmit energy consumption data to a visual display unit. As a minimum the visual display unit must be capable of displaying the following information:

  • Local time
  • Current mains energy consumption (kilowatts and kilowatt hours)
  • Current emissions (g/kg CO2)
  • Current tariff
  • Current cost (in pounds and pence).
  • For pre-payment customers this should be ‘real time’ data and for ‘credit’ paying customers cost should be displayed on a monthly basis
  • Display accurate account balance information (amount in credit or debit)
  • Visual presentation of data (i.e. non-numeric) to allow consumers to easily identify high and low level of usage
  • Historical consumption data so that consumers can compare their current and previous usage in a meaningful way. This should include cumulative consumption data in any of the following forms day/week/month/billing period.

The Evinox Room Controller is classed as an energy display device and is installed in the home for use with a ModuSat Heat Interface Unit which is connected to a communal heating system.

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