Simon | Maxlon
OPTIMISE AND AUTOMATE SPACES AND ENVIRONMENTS WITH SIMON MAXLON. .
Simon Maxlon is Simon’s integrated control system, which optimises the management of installations and energy efficiency in one space.
With a control platform based on LonWorks® technology, it can optimise all the necessary engineering functions or systems in office buildings, hotels, hospitals, schools, etc...
OPTIMISATION IS SIMPLE WITH SIMON MAXLON.
Guaranteed building operation and management.
Flexible scheduling of functions.
Open and interoperable.
Adaptable with display interfaces and elements: SCADAs, BMS, touchscreens, etc.
LONWORKS® ALLOWS FOR A COMPREHENSIVE PROJECT THAT’S ALWAYS GROWING.
There are currently 100+ million devices installed all over the world which proven their superiority over other systems through their robustness and transmission speed.
El protocolo LonWorks® está homologado por distintas normas europeas (EN 14908) de Estados Unidos (ANSI/CEA 709) y China (GB/Z 220177), y todas ellas englobadas en el estándar mundial ISO/IEC 14908.
It also allows integration of all the functions (from motorisation of blinds, for example, to controlling lighting) with security, climate control, access control, fire detection and other systems.
- Set a timer for lighting in passageways and rooms.
- Use motion detection to optimise lighting.
- Regulate the light level in hospital.
- Automate the climate based on the ambient temperature.
- Climate control in a workplace environment.
- Automatic climate control in a room based on the number of people present.
- Trigger an alarm if a building is broken into.
- Automate services in the event of a fire.
- Emergency alert system for patients in health centres.
- Automatically turn irrigation systems in parks and gardens on and off.
- Automatically control an air extraction system in bathrooms and WCs.
REGULATION AND CONTROL SYSTEMS.
In office example.
“The Technical Building Code requires systems to harness natural light on the first parallel line of lights at a distance of 3m from the window.”
Maintaining an ideal lighting level based on natural light, making the most efficient use of lighting circuits and keeping an ideal lighting level at all times in every area.
In hospital example.
“An acceptable value of 50 lux is specified for hallways in medical centres at night (UNE-EN 12464-1 Standard on Lighting in the Workplace).”
Adapt lighting to a level that is suitable for patients and professionals, whilst reducing electricity use.
In hotel example.
“The Regulation for Thermal Installations in Buildings (RITE) defines the thermal requirements for indoor settings as follows:
Control temperature and lighting in a room only when it is occupied.