We offer impeccable solutions in Building Management Systems. The whole range is in total compliance with industry standards. This is customized in accordance to the requirements of our clients. These are offered at the most competitive prices in the industry.
A Building Management System (BMS) is a computer-based system installed in buildings that monitors and control the building’s electrical and mechanical equipment such as
fire systems, and security systems.
We offer our clients with a qualitative range of BMS that is a Building Management System. These offer effective services to our clients and meet their requirements with utmost efficiency. The BMS offered by us are in compliance with the prevailing industry standards.
Energy Management System
Energy Efficiency Solution
Video Surveillance System
Access Control System
Fire Detection And Alarm System
Home And Office Automation System
DG Synchronization System.
We offer our clients with solutions for Energy Monitoring. These are in compliance with the prevailing industry standards and meet the requirements of our esteemed clients with utmost efficiency.
Measurement Instruments Like Energy Meters, Water Meter, Gas And Other Devices Provide The Consumption (In KWh or Thermal Units) Data For Provider.
Power Man Data Loggers Tap The Main Electric Supply To Register The Actual Consumption.
Application To Register And Monitor The Consumption.
We offer our client with a qualitative range of Fire Alarm Systems that is 100% redundant. These fire alarm systems have a modular and decentralized system construction and can network up to 16 loops (4000 elements) per sub control unit.
100% Redundant System
Modular, Decentralized System Construction Can Be Networked Up to 16 Loops (4000 Elements) Per Sub Control Unit Up to 250 Devices Per Loop Up to 3,500 m Loop length
Start-Up Time <100s When Fully Equipped
A High Degree Of Backward Compatibility
New Devices Can Be Operated Alongside Existing Ones On A Single Loop
New Devices Can Be Operated at Control Panels With Old Software.
Camera Control Joystick
Manchester & RS-422/485 PTZ Data Port Operator Keyboard
Monitor Tour Programming
Camera Control Joystick
RS-232 For Matrix Switcher Communication Controller/ Keyboard
Direct Control Of 16 Domes, Matrix And DVR
Full System Programming
Manchester & RS-422/485 PTZ Data Port RS-232 And Ethernet/LAN Communication.
Redundancy is a common approach to improve the reliability and availability of a system. Adding redundancy increases the cost and complexity of a system design and with the high reliability of modern electrical and mechanical components, many applications do not need redundancy in order to be successful. However, if the cost of failure is high enough, redundancy may be an attractive option.
In many safety-critical systems, such as fly-by-wire and hydraulic systems in aircraft, some parts of the control system may be triplicated, which is formally termed triple modular redundancy (TMR). An error in one component may then be out-voted by the other two. In a triply redundant system, the system has three sub components, all three of which must fail before the system fails. Since each one rarely fails, and the sub components are expected to fail independently, the probability of all three failing is calculated to be extremely small; often outweighed by other risk factors, e.g., human error. Redundancy may also be known by the terms "majority voting systems" or "voting logic".
A system architecture or systems architecture is the conceptual model that defines the structure, behavior, and more views of a system.
An architecture description is a formal description and representation of a system, organized in a way that supports reasoning about the structure of the system which comprises system components, the externally visible properties of those components, the relationships (E. G. The behavior) between them, and provides a plan from which products can be procured, and systems developed, that will work together to implement the overall system. The language for architecture description is called the architecture description language (ADL).