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Power Monitoring Expert

Energy Monitoring software certified by TuV to implement ISO 50001

End of commercialisation

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Power Monitoring Expert
  • Features

    • An operations-level supervisory software for energy management
    • Powerful, intuitive reporting options for users to see critical information exactly how, where, and when they need it.
    • Manual or automatic report generation in Excel, HTML and other formats.
    • Interface with third-party meters, transducers, PLCs, RTUs and power distribution or mitigation equipment through Modbus or OPC.
    • Integrate other energy management or automation systems (e.g. SCADA, BAC, DCS, ERP) through ODBC, XML, OPC, email, FTP, CSV and PQDIF compliance; integrate with web services through XML.
    • Display harmonic histograms, odd/even harmonics, THD, K-factor, crest factor, phasor diagrams, and symmetrical components
    • Plot sags, swells, short duration transients and other disturbance events on industry-standard voltage tolerance curves, including ITIC (CBEMA) and SEMI
    • Certified by TUV Rheinland for implementing ISO 50001


    Benefits

    • SCADA view of complete electrical distribution network.
    • Reporting of energy consumption including Water, Air, Gas, Electricity and steam.
    • Dashboards providing information on Key Energy
    • Performance Indicators
    • Improves Operational efficiency and reduce energy related costs
    • Ensure electrical network reliability and reduce downtime
    • Optimize equipment utilization and reduce the cost of operations
    • Identify excess capacity in existing infrastructure and avoid over-building
    • Reveal opportunities and verify savings

    Applications

    • Complete power management solution for industry, large commercial and institutional buildings, data centres, healthcare facilities, and utilities.
    • Reduce Peak demands and power factor penalties
    • Allocation of costs to departments/cost centers
    • Produce correct tenant bills and identify billing discrepancies
    • ISO 50001 implementation process for ‘