Monday, July 15, 2024

L2 Energy Dashboard and Sensor Display

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The L2 Energy Dashboard Lite is a simple and complete solution for monitoring all your enterprise-wide Energy and Environmental Sensors from one display. Monitor one building, a campus or groups of buildings spread out anywhere in the world. The Dashboard is compatible with a large list of Crestron products and  a simple way to manage energy usage from one location.  

Now Released: ver 1.5.1



Easy to adapt for Lobby or Common Space displays.             


Benefits Include:

  • Easy real-time Energy Monitoring that pays  for itself in savings.
  • iPad/iPhone/Android status support.
  • A ready-to-install product - no assembly
  • Crestron automation enabled; ready for Building and Home Automation with        simple additions.
  • Continuous software upgrades to give new features and add new equipment
  • Facility Manager Dashboard for PCs enables management of a growing list of energy and automation equipment.


  Tablet Display                       


*Studies repeatedly show that

monitoring energy usage

realizes energy savings

of 5-15% a year.



This is the Ideal Energy Monitoring Solution for:

  • Small and Medium Office spaces
  • Event spaces
  • Industrial spaces
  • Residential - Single and Multi-family
  • Remote facilities
  • Parking decks, green spaces & sports parks




Energy Monitoring Package includes:

  • Crestron Energy Monitor w/ (3) 200a Sensors
  • Crestron Automation Controller
  • (2) Crestron Temperature Sensors
  • iPad Connection (Mobile ProG @ App Store $99)
  • L2 Dashboard PC Software 1-year subscription ($299 per year)
  • Requires certified electrician for easy installation (installation price not included)


Energy Management Upgrades:

  • Additional Energy Sensors
  • Additional Temperature Sensors
  • Thermostats w/ Scheduling
  • Lighting Control w/ Scheduling
  • iPad/iPhone App for Control

 Facility Manager Dashboard



*In an April 2006 paper, “The Effectiveness of Feedback on Energy Consumption,” researcher Sarah Darby reviewed published studies of savings attributable to electricity and natural-gas dashboards. “The literature reviewed here mostly consists of primary sources, with a few review papers. The focus is on feedback on gas and electricity consumption,” she wrote. “The norm is for savings from direct feedback (immediate, from the meter or an associated display monitor) to range from 5%-15%.”