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Remote monitoring service for temperature control equipment

29 November 2021

ICS Cool Energy has launched ICSLink, a real-time, remote monitoring system and service for temperature control equipment. It is said to combine data analytics, connectivity and expert support to maximise productivity, operational and energy efficiency of customers’ heating and cooling solutions. 



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The ICSLink remote telemetry system continuously collects performance data of the temperature control equipment, allowing customers to have 24/7 visibility of their units, via web browser or dedicated mobile app and can remotely change set points if needed. The system incorporates internal watchdogs for performance verification and reliability of temperature equipment such as chillers, boilers, pumps, air handling units and fan coils and it is said to be compatible with both new and legacy equipment, rented or owned and works with customer’s building management systems. 

Using customisable dashboards, users are able to access complete present and past data of their temperature control assets and have a complete oversight of equipment including real time data analysis of hours, fuel consumption and events outside expected range, machine usage and condition. 

The company estimates that the solution can reduce maintenance visits by 50%, resolve even 75% of the issues on a first visit and can reduce  operational expenses related with the temperature control equipment by 55%. 


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