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Some facts about TerOpta

A British technology company, established in 2010
Specialises in control and communications technology
Highly experienced engineering team
Designs and manufactures products in the United Kingdom

Building control and energy management

Take control of energy costs with TerOpta’s intelligent system for controlling multiple building services and monitoring their energy use. With payback periods as low as 18 months, the “GEM” product range suits all kinds of commercial and agricultural buildings, controlling lighting, HVAC and more.

Optical telecom R&D and consultancy

We offer consultancy and contract design services in optical fibre telecommunications, from complete optical network design and support right down to detailed design of dynamic control mechanisms for new optical components or subsystems.

LATEST NEWS

TerOpta GEM GUI screen

TeroLight product range to be renamed “GEM”

16th March 2017

Since its original conception, the TeroLight building control system has developed from being simply an intelligent lighting control product to its present capability of providing full building energy management functions. It controls multiple building services, connects to numerous sensor types, and provides continuous monitoring of energy usage across a building portfolio. With its intuitive embedded graphical user interface for configuration, and the straightforward graphical presentation of energy data to help save energy, the product range will now be known as TerOpta GEM - the solution for “Graphical Energy Management”.

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Greenhouse Project wins award at Rushlight Show 2017

17th February 2017

TerOpta has been rewarded, as part of a consortium, with an award at the tenth annual Rushlight Awards ceremony, held at the Royal College of Surgeons. The project team had created a highly efficient, low-cost, climate controlled greenhouse for commercial crops. TerOpta had supplied a low cost control system to operate the LED-based lighting, heating, ventilation, sun shades and CO2 injection systems. Other members of the consortium were: University of Nottingham, Geo Green Power, Micropropagation Services and Cambridge HOK. As well as winning the Environmental Management award, the project was also highly commended in both the Energy Reduction and Sustainable Agriculture, Forestry & Biodiversity categories.