Energy Harvesting Thermostats and Actuators- from Design to using them in Projects (Energy Harvesting and Storage Europe 2015)

Mr Hans Symanczik, Sales & Marketing Manager
Apr 29, 2015.

Presentation Summary

With en:key Kieback&Peter designed a solution for an easy radiator heating control.
Based on the self-learning thermostat RPW and the radiator actuator MD10 en:key is easy to install, easy to operate and completely maintenance free because of energy harvesting in both components. After two years in practical use there is a lot of experience.
Developed for typical residential demands there are as well a lot of opportunities in nonresidential buildings as for an example in Hotels and Schools.
Because of the open wireless protocol enocean there are possibilities for system integration of the thermostat and the actuator resulting in other interesting solutions.

Speaker Biography (Hans Symanczik)

Born 1966 in Berlin
Studied Computer Science at the technical University in Berlin
For more then 20 years with Kieback&Peter Gmbh&Co. KG starting as Product Manager , know in charge of the Sales Marketing and OEM Business.
Active member in the BACnet, Lonworks and Enocean Community, in CEN TC247 and in the eu.bac .

Company Profile (Kieback-Peter)

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Founded 1927 in Berlin, Kieback&Peter creates innovative solutions for building automation. We provide comfort in rooms and maximized energy efficiency. Using networked technology we optimize the interaction of heating, ventilation, air conditioning, lighting, blinds and other systems. We offer forward-thinking products, expert consulting, customer-oriented service and maintenance for systems throughout their entire life cycle. Kieback&Peter is globally positioned, with numerous international branch offices, customers and references. Our vision is a better environment - both in the buildings and the world in which we live. Kieback&Peter is a family company with deep roots. Sustainable success and a trusting relationship with our employees are both equally important to us.
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