The Capabilities of CBAS Web

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CBAS Web was originally created in the early 2000s for tenants to utilize a web portal to schedule their overtime air and lighting. Today, overtime scheduling remains the platform’s main use, but it is capable of doing much more. This solution also allows web-based remote access to the full CBAS system for building engineers, property managers, etc.

Seamless integration with CBAS

CBAS Web is intended to be a natural, 100% web-based extension of our core software product. With separate user/password lists from the DPU, you can create an easy-to-use environment for people to interact with their Computrols building automation system and perform core tasks. While items like Graphics and Logical Groups can be imported from the DPU, users can also create their own views and dashboards that are separate from those in CBAS.

CBAS Web Graphics

What makes CBAS Web overtime air different?

Unlike many after-hours web platforms, CBAS Web is not sold as software as a service. The software and web interface live on a server that customers purchase and own, giving property managers a quicker return on their investment and an ongoing revenue source. We have also found that when switching to a web-based overtime system, overtime requests increase by approximately 10%.

CBAS Web’s overtime platform is able integrate into third-party building automation systems (BAS) to measure HVAC, lighting, KWH, and BTU consumption and provide property management with automated invoices that include variable rate billing and taxes. The end result of this automated service is increased tenant satisfaction and reduced operational costs.

Overtime Air

Remote Access

Most facility managers need to have some degree of remote access to their BAS throughout the day. CBAS Web gives those individuals the ability to view historical data, set schedules and setpoints, edit users and access control settings, and view energy dashboards from any modern browser. More complex functions like changing logic and adding new equipment must be done through the head-end computer.

Portfolio View

Portfolio managers can connect many CBAS systems/sites to one CBAS Web server and provide a unified view across the entire portfolio. This gives them the ability to access their building automation systems for all of the facilities they oversee in one centralized location.

Access Control

CBAS Web not only gives facility managers the ability to manage their access control system from anywhere, but they can also allow for tenants to request access cards. CBAS Web’s access control interface also includes live activity widgets, full reports, integration with cctv cameras, and a visitor management system.

Historical Data and Reporting

Unlimited histories, reporting and exporting to pdf/excel or text built in. CBAS Web trend graphs can show multiple points at the same time on an axis which can be zoomed into and out of in real time. The graphs update and show point status changes as they occur.

CBAS Web Reporting