Enertech Inc. designs, builds and installs open protocol-based building automation systems. Our systems are installed in commercial, institutional, and industrial facilities, where we provide ongoing field service and remote monitoring for our clients. Open systems protocol meaning inter operability. Presently, the move is toward open platforms that enable systems and components from different manufacturers to integrate and share information as if they were part of single environment. Open protocols enable these complex dissimilar systems to work together seamlessly, forming an integrated building automation system—a cohesive system controlling the HVAC, lighting, access, security, and other components from a variety of manufacturers. Partnering with CIRCON Systems Corporation, a leading edge provider and manufacturer of LonWorks®-based facility automation and information systems, Enertech provides a system that fully integrates control of access, lighting, heating, ventilation, air conditioning, energy management, and other building functions. LonWorks® is essentially a communications protocol embedded on a programmable chip that, when included in a piece of equipment, allows that device to be compatible with any equipment sharing the same protocol Enertech Inc. delivers creative, technological solutions. The key to successful BAS integration is locating a systems integrator who takes the time to listen to the needs of a client, and who has the knowledge and skills to provide the client with creative solutions for meeting the company’s integration needs. At Enertech, we take pride in our experience and in our ability to help customers apply the most appropriate technologies for addressing their facility automation and control requirements. Once those systems are in place, an intuitive platform for integrating LonWorks®-based products provides the functionality for controlling and monitoring all systems within a building through a single system interface. Our 24-hour monitoring service gives customers the peace of mind that comes with knowing that any deviation in system performance—i.e., leak detection, space temperature or any systems malfunction, will be immediately recognized and addressed. Comprehensive facilities management requires a new approach. In the past, different building automation systems operated totally independent of one another, limiting the company’s ability to optimize facilities management. In fact, until recently, interoperability among HVAC, lighting, security, and safety systems was limited to same manufactures’ platform and reserved for only the most sophisticated facilities with unlimited budgets. The primary reason for the lack of interoperability was manufacturers’ use of proprietary communications protocols that could not communicate with other building automation manufacturers’ systems. Enertech, Inc. system integration capabilities have taken on increased significance through our “Open Systems Protocol”, providing seamless proactive emergency (24x7) field service via our wireless remote monitoring, enabling us to respond within the hour. As well as alpha numeric paging and text messaging.