(PRWEB) September 18, 2012
Universal Devices announced today that its ISY994i Z Series energy management, monitoring and automation system is one of only four products to receive OpenADR 2.0a certification.
OpenADR 2.0a certification confirms for Universal Devices’ customers, which include utilities, ISOs, regulators, control suppliers, electricians, building operators and other commercial interests, that the company’s ISY994i Z Series is a proven system that fully supports their cost-effective participation in standardized, interoperable automated demand response (ADR) events.
Additional key customer-facing features of the Universal Devices’ ISY994i Z Series include:
“We designed our ISY994i Z series to be an affordable, standalone and complete energy management, monitoring and automation system,” commented Michel Kohanim, CEO of Universal Devices. “We’re pleased to have received OpenADR 2.0a certification, and we support the organization’s mission to deliver customers, utilities and energy service providers with automated demand response solutions that use standardized, quality assured and proven products.”
More information on the OpenADR Alliance 2.0a certified ISY994i Z Series energy conservation, management, monitoring and automation system is available on the Universal Devices website at http://sales.universal-devices.com/commercial/isy-994i-z-series/.
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About Universal Devices
Known as “The Intelligent Devices Company™”, Universal Devices, Inc. is the leading manufacturer of affordable, autonomous, Internet accessible, automation and energy management products and solutions. The company provides solutions for both residential and commercial customers, and offers full featured and completely free Java SDK, Web Services SDK (WSDK), and REST interface for developers who wish to create applications or integrate the ISY with an existing application or a portal. Learn more at http://www.unversal-devices.com.