Savant Control System + New Energy Modules = An Efficient Smart Home

Savant has released new lighting and energy modules in the US that promise to offer utility-grade reporting of energy usage, as well as individual load level control throughout the home. These two-channel energy reporting modules have been designed to be easy to install, as well as deliver control and energy management of lighting, household appliances and just about any other electrical load.

The new modules have been designed in partnership with sister-company Racepoint Energy, and are fully compatible with the Savant control ecosystem. Integrators can connect large appliances, outlets, pool pumps and other electrical loads (up to 30 amps) to Savant’s modules and deliver energy consumption data across the whole home to the Savant Pro App, providing complete, dynamic environmental control of climate, lighting and other electrical loads. During peak usage times or other electrical events, homeowners can easily see power consumption and make real-time adjustments through the Savant Pro App or rely on their Savant system to make adjustments automatically on their behalf.

The release of these new modules could help reduce the carbon footprint of those with Savant control systems, while also saving the homeowner money through energy efficiency savings.

 “These innovative energy modules create a valuable opportunity for integrators to deliver far more than conventional lighting control,” noted Savant CEO Bob Madonna.

“Now there is a complete lighting and lighting control ecosystem available from Savant that includes shades, fixtures in partnership with USAI Lighting and a level of control capability and energy management unprecedented in the smart home market.”

EI Live! 2019

Savant will be exhibiting at EI Live! 2019 later this month. The company will be offering a significant discount on its Artison range, which is only available to those visiting the show. So what are you waiting for? Register for EI Live! 2019 now.

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