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Synoptic Outline

Synoptic Outline Mimo - input Mimo - input Vmppt (DC) Vmppt (DC) Imppt (DC) Imppt (DC) HP - input HP - input V - Voltage V - Voltage I - Current I - Current Mimo - Output Mimo - Output V - Voltage (DC) V - Voltage (DC) I - Current (DC) I - Current (DC) Smart fan coil - input Smart fan coil - input V - Voltage (DC) V - Voltage (DC) I - Current (DC) I - Current (DC) Smart fan coil - input Smart fan coil - input V - Voltage (DC) V - Voltage (DC) I - Current (DC) I - Current (DC) Electric energy flows Electric energy flows HTTPS HTTPS AMQPS AMQPS Smart fan coil - output Smart fan coil - output Tin water Tin water Tout water Tout water Tin air Tin air Tout air Tout air Power absorption Power absorption Room Temperature Room Temperature Room Relative humidity Room Relative humidity Electric Storage Output Electric Storage Output V - Voltage V - Voltage Information flows Information flows HP - circulation pump set point control and operation HP - circulation pump set point control and operation Tank -output: Temperature Tank -output: Temperature Tank - Output Tank - Output Workflow temperature Workflow temperature Flowrate Flowrate Smart fan coil - Output Workflow Temperature Flowrate HP - Output HP - Output Workflow temperature Workflow temperature Flowrate Flowrate Circulation pump / Thermal storage output Circulation pump / Thermal storage output Workflow temperature Workflow temperature Flowrate Flowrate Smart fan coil - Output Workflow Temperature Flowrate Thermal energy flows Thermal energy flows Smartfan-coil DHW Smartfan-coil Tank DC Heat Pump External data & forecast PV tiles Voc Isc Vmppt Imppt Electric grid V (AC) Hz Batteries Gateway


HEART’s control system optimizes the building’s overall energy performance, enhancing synergies between different subcomponents and operating according to an integrated logic. The system efficiently manages the different energy flows, produced locally by the PV plant or supplied by the grid, and allocates them to immediate demand, thermal or electric storage, or feeding in the grid (for PV), according to timing, convenience and opportunity. In this perspective, the building’s user evolves from being a consumer to a prosumer.Including thermal storage means that PV electricity can be stored in form of thermal energy. The battery pack allows to manage peaks of electrical power, reducing demand on the grid and allowing for distributed energy storage.