Hotelier Control And Guest Room Management System

KEYCARD HOLDER


Keycard holder shall give occupancy indication to the control nodes. Control nodes shall update roomstatus to Main User Interface (in reception).


BEDSIDE PANEL


A local control panel shall be located by the bedside, enabling lighting scene controls and curtain controls


LOBBY PANEL


A local control panel shall be located in the lobby, enabling lighting scene controls and service requests


FCU CONTROLS



The FCU control node shall automatically change the FCU motor speed based on temperature deviation.It shall regulate the cooling valve to meet the desired temperature conditions. FCU control nodes shall communicate on field bus and shall be integrated with BMS system to enable energy optimization and

LIGHTING CONTROLS



Controlled lighting groups and sockets shall be as follows:

- Main light (dimming)

- Lobby light (on/off)

- Bedside lights (dimming)

- Toilet lights (on/off)

- Mirror light (dimming or on/off)

CURTAIN CONTROLS



Curtains shall be opened/closed as follows:

- Using dedicated push buttons: open/close

- From Bedside Panel: open/close

SERVICE REQUESTS



The guest shall be able to initiate the following requests using the Lobby Panel: - Do not disturb - turns on an indicator light outside of guest room - Service call - turns on an indicator light outside of guest room and activates request in reception Both indications are relayed to main user interface in reception. Service call indication can be forwarded to mobile phones or paging systems

Water, Cooling energy, Electricity consumption



Consumption shall be measured for each guest room. The meter shall give potential free Impulses to control node(s). The control nodes shall count the impulses and collect consumption Measurements of each guest room.Cumulative consumption shall be shown in the Main User Interface.