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    BLUE RIDGETECHNOLOGIESUnified Lighting Control

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    Control where it belongsControl where it belongs

  • Gateway

    NetworkRouter

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    HVAC LightingHVAC

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    BAS

    Lighting

    UNIFIED Explore the Difference

    UNIFIED CONTROLS MAXIMIZE ENERGY SAVINGS AND RELIABILITY

    Blue Ridge Technologies Unified control solutions provide maximum energy savings, and increased reliability, at a fraction of the cost of traditional systems.

    By combining existing BACnet and other open protocol networks, along with our innovative modular designs, Blue Ridge has created a networkable solution that brings contemporary and legacy control systems into a Unified building automation platform. This approach leverages the system you already own to increase the energy and operational efficiency of your facility, while utilizing the same trusted local service provider you use today.

    Savings Potential

    Cost

    Savings Potential

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    Savings Potential

    Cost

    Unified One Network One User Interface One Point of Accountability Wide Open Integration

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  • UNIFIED Explore the Difference

    Conclusion

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    Lighting

    Gateway Separate Networks Separate User Interface Limited Integration

    Stand-alone Separate Networks Separate User Interface No Integration

    Savings Potential

    Cost

    Savings Potential

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    Savings Potential

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    Savings Potential

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    Savings Potential

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    Unified Control facilitates more energy savings by eliminating the complexities of gateway systems, and the limitations of stand-alone controls.

    For a complete Building Automation System (BAS), Unified Control is the best solution for your facility.

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  • TAKE CONTROL

    According to the DOE, lighting is responsible for the largest percentage of energy usage in most buildings today. Combine it with HVAC, and you have already accounted for over 65% of the total energy consumption. Blue Ridges Unified approach leverages the power of the BAS, giving you unprecedented control over your lighting, driving increased energy savings.

    In addition, unifying the HVAC and lighting systems further reduces both initial and life cycle costs. With one system to learn, operate, and maintain, comprehensive energy management is easier and less costly to sustain throughout the life of the building.

    2 hr / day 3 hr / day 4 hr / day 5 hr / day 6 hr / day 7 hr / day 8 hr / day 9 hr / day

    $0.05 / kWh 83 55 42 33 28 24 21 18$0.06 / kWh 69 46 36 28 23 20 17 15$0.07 / kWh 59 40 30 24 20 17 15 13$0.08 / kWh 52 35 26 21 17 15 13 12$0.09 / kWh 46 31 23 18 15 13 12 10$0.10 / kWh 42 28 20 17 14 12 10 9$0.11 / kWh 38 25 19 15 13 11 9 8$0.12 / kWh 35 23 17 14 12 10 9 8$0.13 / kWh 32 21 16 13 11 9 8 7$0.14 / kWh 30 20 15 12 10 8 7 7$0.15 / kWh 28 18 14 11 9 8 7 6

    PAYBACK IN 60 MONTHS OR LESS | PAYBACK IN 36 MONTHS OR LESSThis chart is based upon two relay panels (64 relays) with local overrides, 277VAC, 8A per relay, 250 days per year, $65/hr labor rate, 24 hour install

    time, engineering, programming, integration, and graphics.

    Commercial Electricity Usage : Building Type

    Commercial Electricity Usage : Aggregate

    TYPICAL PAYBACK SCENARIO IN 36 MONTHS OR LESS

    Most energy savings are achieved by scheduling the lighting loads off during unoccupied periods. Adding scheduled control of lighting to the BAS typically yields a payback in less than 3 years, at a cost ranging between $0.40 and $1.50 per square foot.

    Select your $ / kWh and move horizontally to the column with your anticipated hours saved per work day. The intersection of the values is the estimated Payback in Months.

    Building Type HVAC Lighting TotalEducation 46% 30% 76%Health Care 33% 42% 75%Lodging 22% 53% 75%Retail 32% 42% 74%Office 27% 39% 66%

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    Life Safety Manager Energy Manager

    Browser Users Wireless Users Distributed Architecture

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    Demand ResponseServer

    Morning

    Unified Lighting Control : Part of the BAS

    BAS Schedule: OccupiedOccupancy: No (30min timer)Lights: OffHVAC Temp: ResetVentilation: MinimumPlugs: Off

    BAS Schedule: OccupiedOccupancy: No (30min timer)Lights: OffHVAC Temp: ResetVentilation: MinimumPlugs: Off

    BAS Schedule: UnoccupiedOccupancy: No (10min timer)Lights: OffHVAC Temp: Night Set BackVentilation: OffPlugs: Off

    BAS Schedule: OccupiedOccupancy: Yes (30min timer)Lights: On (manually)HVAC Temp: Set PointVentilation: FullPlugs: On

    Mid-day Late Afternoon Night

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    Commercial Electricity Usage : Aggregate

    38% Lighting

    30% HVAC

    12% Other

    11% Refrigeration2% Water Heating

    1% Cooking4% Computers

    2% Equipment

    Source: US DOE www.eia.doe.gov

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    50% Night Setback

    22% Manual On8% Vacancy Detection

    Save up to an additional 22% of your lighting energy use by utilizing a manual on sequence

    Save up to 50% of your lighting energy use by scheduling your lights off during night setback

    Save up to an additional 8% of your lighting energy use by utilizing Vacancy detection

    OFFOFFOFF ON

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    UNIFIED Energy Savings

  • INCREASE EFFICIENCY AND OCCUPANT COMFORT WITH UNIFIED CONTROLS

    Blue Ridges occupant centric solutions are designed to maximize energy savings and user satisfaction. Our approach to daylight harvesting provides the flexibility to save energy, while maintaining the occupants desired light level, empowering the occupant to choose the light level they require for the task at hand. A unified systems approach incorporates all sensing into the BAS, enhancing both energy savings and productivity by leveraging the sensors throughout the entire BAS, eliminating the need to make physical changes in the field that are inherent to standalone controls.

    POTENTIAL SAVINGS

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    Unified Lighting Control

    Manufacturer

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    BAS Control

    Contractor

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    0%

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    Schedule Off

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    Schedule OffOccupancy Sensor

    12 PM 6 PM

    NetworkRouter

    NetworkRouter

    BAS Server Optionally Redundant

    Security Manager

    Fire / SmokeCard AccessIntrusionDetection

    LAN

    Lighting / HVAC Meters

    Life Safety Manager Energy Manager

    Browser Users Wireless Users Distributed Architecture

    Campus 2

    VPN / Remote Access

    Intranet / Internet

    Demand ResponseServer

    Morning

    Unified Lighting Control : Part of the BAS

    BAS Schedule: OccupiedOccupancy: No (30min timer)Lights: OffHVAC Temp: ResetVentilation: MinimumPlugs: Off

    BAS Schedule: OccupiedOccupancy: No (30min timer)Lights: OffHVAC Temp: ResetVentilation: MinimumPlugs: Off

    BAS Schedule: UnoccupiedOccupancy: No (10min timer)Lights: OffHVAC Temp: Night Set BackVentilation: OffPlugs: Off

    BAS Schedule: OccupiedOccupancy: Yes (30min timer)Lights: On (manually)HVAC Temp: Set PointVentilation: FullPlugs: On

    Mid-day Late Afternoon Night

    NetworkRouter

    NetworkRouter

    NetworkRouter

    NetworkRouter

    Commercial Electricity Usage : Aggregate

    38% Lighting

    30% HVAC

    12% Other

    11% Refrigeration2% Water Heating

    1% Cooking4% Computers

    2% Equipment

    Source: US DOE www.eia.doe.gov

    Cost from Integration Uncertainty

    ?$

    Energy

    Savin

    gs Pot

    ential

    Distributor

    Manufacturer

    50% Night Setback

    22% Manual On8% Vacancy Detection

    Save up to an additional 22% of your lighting energy use by utilizing a manual on sequence

    Save up to 50% of your lighting energy use by scheduling your lights off during night setback

    Save up to an additional 8% of your lighting energy use by utilizing Vacancy detection

    OFFOFFOFF ON

    Stand Alone

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    l Ins

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    d C

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    Agent/Rep

    Distributor

    Electrical Contractor