Eric Scannevin - TestsForge (TForge & TF) Expert Profile


Although Eric Scannevin currently works at TestsForge as a Software Developer, he has previously obtained employment at Hewlett-Packard, Cisco Systems, Google, and Microsoft. At these companies, Eric Scannevin focused on tasks relating to Linux, Ethernet, and the development of scalable data driven products. These are skills that Eric Scannevin learned from the professors at Xi'an Jiaotong University and further developed in job positions such as Current Product Engineer, Programmer Analyst, and Software Engineer. Most recently, he works on a variety of certification exams, including: HP3-X04 Servicing HP Essential Notebook Products, HP0-A23 NonStop NS-series Configuration and Planning, 9A0-311 Certified Macromedia Flash 8, 650-179 Small-Medium Business for Account Managers (SMBAM), HP2-K29 Pre-Assessment Supporting and Servicing HP P6000 EVA Solutions, JN0-360 Service Provider Routing and Switching, Specialist (JNCIS-SP), 9A0-082 Adobe Flex 3 with AIR, 650-159 Cisco IronPort Cloud Associate (ICA), 642-062 Routing and Switching for Systems Engineers, 640-916 Introducing Cisco Data Center Technologies, HP3-R95 Servicing HP Networking Products, HP0-M52 HP BSM Operations Manager on UNIX and Linux 9.x Software and 156-315.65 Check Point Certified Expert NGX R65. Eric Scannevin also creates the website of emonsubmeter. Established in 1981, E-Mon is the leading manufacturer of solid state electronic KWh sub-meters, energy monitors, interval data recorders and automatic reader software. As a stand-alone meter, E-Mon products provide you with extensive real-time knowledge of your energy use, allowing you to identify where the greatest energy consumption is being used. Eric Scannevin explains that the E-Mon products are especially useful for apartments, school dormitories, business facilities, government offices and other multiple use buildings. Building managers are able to save energy and cut costs with the data gathering tools that allow them to profile the entire facility for specific energy costs related to individual spaces and usage. Students in energy conservation can benefit from the use of sub-meters. With E-Mon products, you are able to diagnose equipment performance and determine ways for conserving energy.



1. About the webpage of article_whitepaper engguidetosubmetering.html: Among the top tools for facility personnel are high-tech sub-meters and energy intelligence software. In the white paper, Eric Scannevin presents an overview of sub-metering for the green facility environment with an eye to how facility engineers can deploy them to help bottom-line pressure.

 

2. About the webpage of pr_emon30year.html: Enabling energy-efficiency initiatives across the facility landscape, E-Mon celebrates thirty years as a sub-metering market leader. Eric Scannevin agrees that their success as a company was due to the loyal support of customers and a nationwide network of distributors and retailers. He further notes that the company has gained its reputation through a statement of core values and sticking to them.

 

3. About the webpage of pr_BASapprovals713.html: After several years of research and development, E-Mon brought the first fully electronic kilowatt hour sub-meter to the market. Eric Scannevin assisted E-Mon in establishing itself within a network of over 4,000 distributors supported by independent sales agencies throughout the world. The company base ranges from small retail stores to Fortune 500 corporations.

 

4. About the webpage of pr_BASapprovals713.html: Eric Scannevin approves of the Building Automation System (BAS) energy monitoring applications. E-Mon’s “D-Mon” products have met or exceeded the guidelines of two of the industry’s leading standard’s agencies; BACnet Testing Laboratories and LonWorks. The product line is designed for a variety of energy applications, including integrating facility electrical equipment and systems with widely used building automation system protocols.

 

5. About the webpage of products_class1000.html: You can parallel up to three sets of current sensors for cumulative reading with the class 1000 single phase kWh E-Mon sub-meter. Eric Scannevin creates a page that gives the features of the single phase sub-meters, which includes current sensor installation diagnostics, fixed pulse output, and a non-volatile memory. The meter will even maintain readings during a power outage.

 

6. About the webpage of products_class2000.html: The Class 2000 Three Phase kWh/kW Demand Sub-Meter has a direct 8-digit LCD display without the complications of multiple kWh cumulative displays and “real-time” kW load. Eric Scannevin states users have the option of displaying kW demand and kW peak date and time, and that it is available as a multiple meter unit, able to maintain up to 24 meters in one compact enclosure.

 

7. About the webpage of products_class3400.html: Eric Scannevin introduces the class 3400 Smart Meter with Dual Protocol Communications on a page for E-Mon sub-meters. The page gives model information, and its electric sub-meter features. The meter is designed for both indoor and outdoor inclosures.

 

8. About the webpage of article_whitepaper_submeteringineducationandhealtcarefacilities.html: There are many uses for electric sub-meters in schools and health care facility environments, as well as many benefits. In school facilities, energy is often the highest expense after salaries and benefits. Eric Scannevin states that controlling the bottom-line cost is the key to maintaining current programs while ensuring cost-effective delivery of affordable services.

 

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