Rosewater Energy Group is updating its RoseWater Energy Group HUB, which the company will show at CEDIA 2016. The Energy Management HUB has been re-engineered with an updated configuration featuring batteries with 14.4 kilowatt hours of useable storage, an increase from the 12 kilowatts of storage previously utilized. In conjunction with Alpha, RoseWater Energy Group has engineered the Extra Battery Pack (EBP), a supplemental battery for HUB owners looking for additional power. EBP, now a carbon based configuration, includes an extra battery pack that doubles the energy storage capability available in one HUB. In addition, RoseWater Energy has begun testing on a new ‘Time of Use’ algorithm which will allow HUB owners utilize a tiered power charging cycle. The new software will enable users to utilize the HUB’s power during the day, when energy prices have spiked, and recharge in the middle of the night, when energy prices are lower. The new algorithm is set to update in the cloud within the next six months.
The HUB offers a seamless total system integrated solution, using 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. Since CEDIA 2015, the HUB has been updated with a new communications panel to unify communications and add code space for custom algorithms, allowing engineers at RoseWater Energy Group to directly reach the system and provide updates. By enabling remote access, HUB owners don’t have to worry about the hassle of scheduling in-home visits or programming a system on their own. In addition, the HUB features new inner-bay wiring with an added raceway and OpticsRW, additional software created to monitor the use and storage of the HUB.
RoseWater’s Energy Management HUB will be at CEDIA 2016. Get all the specs here.