RoseWater Energy Group Updates the Residential Energy Management Hub
Rosewater Energy Group will be implementing updates to the RoseWater Energy Group Residential Energy Management Hub. Rosewater Energy Group is a provider of integrated energy management Hubs.
The Residential Energy Management Hub features a new communications panel with a micro-computer to unify communications and add code space for custom algorithms. The added panel enables RoseWater Energy Group engineers to directly reach the Hub and remotely program updates into the system from the engineering lab at Alpha Technologies.
According to RoseWater, updating the system means Hub owners won’t have to worry about scheduling in-home updates or programming the system on their own.
Inner-bay wiring has also been reorganized to provide each wire a unique place to reside on the added raceway. The raceway provides knockouts for PV wiring into the plant with an added RJ-45 connector for house networking on the outside of the Hub. OpticsRW, featured at CEDIA EXPO 2015, is available in full capacity to all Hub owners to provide additional software to monitor the use and storage of the Residential Energy Management Hub.
“With the recent number of Residential Energy Management Hub installs, we knew how important it was to provide our customers with remote updates to the Hub,” Joe Piccirilli, managing director and chief executive officer for RoseWater Energy Group, said in a statement.
“We want the Hub to enhance users’ lifestyle by providing them with piece of mind in a home with valuable electronics. The new update to the Residential Energy Management Hub will be on display at CEDIA EXPO 2016 for attendees to view first-hand.”
The Residential Energy Management Hub uses a dual inverter system with solar input that blends power conditioning, backup and renewable energy management into one pre-assembled, configured and integrated industrial-grade platform.