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Coris Energy Control System

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CORIS Energy Control Systems has designed a family of remotely-controlled, wireless electronic switches and sensors which are used by commercial, industrial and institutional customers to reduce electricity and HVAC costs and to alert them to problems and conditions within their facilities. All CORIS devices operate by automatically establishing local wireless mesh networks - reducing installation costs and simplifying equipment set-up.

The CORIS Energy Control System is designed to schedule, control, and monitor a vast number of electrical loads from a central server including:

  • HVAC Systems
    • Heat/Cool/Heat Pumps/Hydro Valves/Zoned Heat/Cool
  •  (PTAC) Packaged Terminal Air Conditioners/Heat Pumps
  • Electric hot water heaters
  • Refrigeration systems
  • Lighting systems
  • Plug loads

Technology

  • Wireless Mesh

  • Web-based Scheduling

  • Alerts

  • Overrides

  • Continuous Monitoring

  • Graphs & Analysis

Central Secure Server

CORIS ECS web portal is the powerhouse of the CORIS solution. It provides a powerful user interface that allows users to simply and efficiently manage individual, groups and sub-groups of CORIS control and metering devices. The web portal provides authorized users with the ability to set-up, control, schedule, and report on the CORIS modules that are installed throughout their facilities. Administrators can create up to 12 levels of group control, providing incredible flexibility and granularity in managing very large numbers of CORIS modules.

The Coris ECS Gateway

The Coris modules are programmed and controlled by a central secure server. Using the same secure browser features as on-line banking, users interact with the server to "program" the modules for desired temperature range, price range, or schedule. Separately, the modules all use encrypted links through the Gateways to communicate with the central server—to obtain the latest programming information and send current status information to the server.

Coris  Wireless Mesh
 
SELF-CONFIGURING & SELF-HEALING

In a typical wireless setup, all devices must communicate directly with the router. The design is similar to a wheel, where the hub is the router and the spokes are the connections to the devices. Each device needs to be specially configured in order to join the network. Out at the edges of the wheel, the wireless signal becomes weak and unreliable.

CORIS MESH NETWORKING | Unlike the typical wireless setup, the innovative CORIS wireless mesh network is based on the design of a net, where the devices are intersecting points—called nodes—that both transmit and receive info from each other. The wireless signal can hop from the Internet connection point (the Gateway) out through the nodes, as many as five times before reaching the edge of the mesh. Each device acts as its own hub and communicates with its peers. If a node on the mesh is blocked by interference, the traveling signal simply hops over to another node, healing and re-configuring all on its own. And the signal at the edges of the mesh is as robust as it is nearest the Gateway.

The CORIS Gateway doesn’t have to be the “hub” of the mesh network; it just has to be able to communicate with one or more CORIS devices. It supports up to forty devices, and its range can be as much as five times the size of a typical network, making it ideal for large spaces like warehouses or outdoor venues. The CORIS mesh uses less than 1/1000 the bandwidth of a typical wireless network. And best of all, a sixth-grader can set it up. Plug in the Gateway and the devices, register them online, and CORIS does the rest. 
 
 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 Coris ECS Programmable Thermostat

OVERVIEW
Coris ECS Internet Thermostat is a "plug and play" Internet-controlled thermostat that allows users to rapidly deploy a web-based HVAC control system. Ideal for remotely controlling both PTAC and HVAC systems, it is easily programmed from any web browser. Ideally suited for applications where Facility Managers want to establish centralized control of heating and air conditioning systems to prevent or limit remote users caused issues and temperature resets. Scheduling of different temperature settings is simple through the Coris ECS application, as well as monitoring and graphing current temperatures and operating modes. The servers have the ability to send users and key personnel (inside and outside the organization) email and text message alerts it the temperature is outside predetermined thresholds. The Coris thermostat may also be used to control 24V steam valves in order to regulate temperature in rooms with steam radiators.

Ideal applications include: Student Housing, Multi-Location Retailers, Multi-Tenant Rental Buildings, Hotels/Motels, Small and Medium sized commercial buildings with split system HVAC equipment.

 

Outlet Metering Modules (OMMs)

OVERVIEW
The Coris ECS outlet module (OMMs) plug into ordinary wall outlets (both 110v and 220v) and are controlled over the Internet using CORIS' web interface. The outlet module communicates to the Coris ECS application server using two-way wireless mesh technology allowing for on/off scheduling based on predetermined schedules or immediate commands in the case of load shedding situations.  Appliances that are connected to the module can now be controlled based on sensor inputs, time of day scheduling or temperature.
The Coris application allows users to monitor and meter the energy being consumed by the connected appliances. This information is displayed within the monitoring dashboard, while being stored on the application server to allow for the creation of custom reports.
Typical applications include the control of window and portable air conditioners, scheduling of operating times of vending machines, load shifting of electricity to reduce peak demand at golf courses by delaying the recharging of equipment such as golf carts to evening hours and in to ensure that office workstations are powered down during non-operating hours, weekends and holiday periods.
 
  

Coris ECS Lighting Module

OVERVIEW
The Coris ECS lighting control module is a fixture based lighting control solution that enables remote scheduling and control from a wireless gateway controller that is powered by a Listed Class 2 power supply. The lighting module communicates to the Coris ESC server using two-way wireless mesh technology allowing for on/off scheduling based on predetermined schedules or immediate commands in the case of load shedding situations. The lighting module provides two independently operated relays to enable control of multiple lighting ballasts. The Coris ECS software platform enables administrators to establish and/or change lighting schedules through software commands to control the individual fixtures and ballasts to ensure proper illumination levels based on current facility utilization providing maximum flexibility for future facility use.

Coris ECS Digital I/O Module & Sensors
 
OVERVIEW

The Coris ECS Digital I/O module is a stand alone module that enables remote scheduling and control of low voltage relays and devices. TSensors are connected to the Digital I/O Module to respond and send updates to the Coris ECS servers. The servers will record this information and will send email and text message alerts to users and key parties (inside and outside the organization) as required based on specific policies; such as, water detection, temperature deviation, motion detected, lack of motion (vacancy). The servers will send commands to other Coris modules as directed (based on policy rules) to perform functions such as, turn on lights, switch the thermostat to occupied or conservation mode, turn off an electric valve , turn on fans and blowers etc. Temperature sensor

Coris ECS Remote Temperature Probe

OVERVIEW
 
The Coris ECS wireless temperature module is a remotely mounted temperature sensor that samples and records the local temerature frequently and communicates recorded temperature to the Coris servers. Users access this data through the Coris application using predesigned reports or downloadable files. The servers have the ability to send users and key personnel (inside and outside the organization) email and text message alerts it the temperature is outside predetermined thresholds. Early notification of temperature deviation may avoid major losses of food, medicines and other valuable items requiring the maintenance of discrete temerature settings. Coris temerature modules are available in both battery-operatoed and hardwired models.
Temperature sensor