P r e s s R e l e a s e


Nov 5, 2013 (4 years and 8 months ago)


P r e s s R e l e a s e

Energy monitoring

main focus at the ISH

Kampmann showcases a wealth of bespoke concepts

What inspires customers about building automation? The fact
that complex systems become simple to handle! In this context,
the trend towards energy monitoring is attracting a lot of
attention at Kampmann. Experience it at the ISH, Hall 8/Stand

n (Ems), March 2013

System monitoring is essential to
operate a system efficiently in the long run. With KaConnect, the new
Kampmann web
based solution, customers are opting for an easily
manageable solution with extensive overview. It continually captur
trend data and evaluates it, permitting timely responses. It also
permits operational and fault management and real
time maintenance
and repair. Kampmann has allocated a specific zone for this at the

Interface management

The KaControl building a
utomation system is a further solution. With
suitable interfaces, like BACnet, LON, Modbus or KNX, it manages
product systems for heating, cooling and ventilation and combines
them in a comprehensive, automation concept easily accessed by

Total sys
tem with extra service

Last but not least, a "small" building control system merges the
diverse product and system functions from the Kampmann range with
a fully functioning overall system. Other Kampmann services, such as

related programming, oper
ational testing and instruction of
these systems simplify this equipment for customers.

20 ISH attendances in a row

Kampmann GmbH is represented for the 20th time in a row at the ISH
international industry gathering, as usual at its regular locations in
Hall 8/Stand C30 and Hall 11/Stand B30. The family
owned, medium
sized company is successful throughout the world with its
technologically leading systems for heating, cooling and ventilation. It
employs around 700 employees worldwide. It celebrated its 40
anniversary in 2012.

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Plan view of the building automation system; assignment of field units

Photo source: Kampmann GmbH

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