The Control4® Energy Management System (EMS) 100 package includes Control4 ADVANTAGE software for communication and data exchange between the utility and home area networks; the EC-100 energy controller for in-home feedback and communication with any smart device on the home area network (HAN); and the WT-100 thermostat programmed by the EC-100 and provisioned for automated utility load control.
The Control4® EMS 100 helps utilities optimize load management, but was designed first and foremost with the consumer in mind. The solution delivers an engaging in-home experience that exchanges up-to-the minute consumption data between customer and utility and provides intelligent automation and control of smart devices throughout the house. The EMS 100 was built on an open, standards-based platform to simplify integration with utility-owned back-end systems.
We’re creating a new standard for home energy management, driving unprecedented engagement and participation in the new generation of smart grid-enabled programs.
We empower consumers and utilities with Control4® ADVANTAGE, valuable usage information to help manage energy load and costs.
We built an open platform based on industry standards to enable easy integration, upgrades, new feature releases, and application development.
We add industry-leading intelligent automation to home energy management for maximum savings. Our home automation platform is interoperable with more than 6,500 consumer electronics devices in the home, and we use this same collaborative approach to build comprehensive interoperability into our energy platform.
We’re a proven provider to consumers and industry alike. We’ve shipped over one million ZigBee units, installed more than 115,000 HAN controllers, and currently support commercial and utility customers in the management of thousands of systems.
Bringing the smart grid online is a major undertaking involving every part of the energy ecosystem, from utilities and distribution systems to the consumer electronics and appliances in our homes. If the consumer gets involved, the industry wins. That’s why we helped to create The Smart Grid Consumer Collaborative, an independent non-profit organization. We’re proud to be doing our part to facilitate dramatic change in the way people manage their electricity consumption. Our ultimate goal is get consumers to say an enthusiastic "yes" to the smart grid. Join us in the effort.