Start a cooling trend that saves you money and conserves energy.
CoolerMiser™ refreshes products and profits.
With CoolerMiser™ you can achieve maximum energy savings, resulting in a reduction in both operating costs and greenhouse gas emissions. Its energy-saving technology is incorporated into a small plug-and-play powerhouse that installs in minutes.
CoolerMiser™ offers you...
- A quick, inexpensive solution for energy savings
- Environmental benefits
- Early ROI
- Longer machine lifespan
- Capability to control single-, double- or triple-door coolers
Power sense that's as cool as it gets...
Compatible with all glass-front coolers that contain non-perishable goods, CoolerMiser's Passive Infrared Sensor (PIR) powers down the machine when the surrounding area is vacant.
CoolerMiser's Inside intelligence...
- Monitors the room's temperature
- Periodically re-powers the cooling system
- Ensures that the product stays cold
Behavior you can trust...
CoolerMiser™ analyzes the cooler's performance on a cycle-by-cycle basis, constantly responding to changes in load, sales and environment. It then modifies its behavior accordingly, ensuring proper operation and temperature controls.
This Miser runs the bank...
For a bank of coolers, CoolerMiser™ can use its embedded Sensor Repeater, which allows it to be controlled from the PIR sensor of any other Miser in the bank.
Ups and downs...
CoolerMiser's electrical current sensor eliminates compressor short cycling - it will never power down the machine while the compressor is running.
And when the machine is powered up, the cooling cycle is allowed to finish before again powering down, reducing the wear and tear on your machines...and prolonging your profitability per unit.
Energize your savings and conservation...
CoolerMiser™ can save an average of $100 per year, per cooler in energy costs. In addition, one CoolerMiser™ reduces greenhouse gas emissions by 1,600 lbs of CO2 and 2,740 grams of NOx each year*.
* Based on occupancy and the Energy Information Administration's national average of greenhouse gas emissions and electricity generation.