Schneider Electric PowerTag wireless energy sensor
Schneider Electric’s PowerTag is a wireless energy sensor designed to enhance the monitoring of electrical assets. Small in size, the wireless sensor monitors energy consumption of the user’s loads in real time for small to large buildings.
By tagging miniature circuit breakers with the compact device, users can monitor their critical loads, proactively manage energy usage in real time and optimise uptime of assets on-site. Energy can thus be used more efficiently on all electrical loads, from IT and HVAC to machines, pumps and process equipment.
The product allows users to customise 25 different email alarms on various load levels and other parameters, to prevent downtime of assets and assist facility managers with remote monitoring of their building.
PowerTag provides highly detailed information on a building’s electrical consumption and loads — current, voltage, power, overloads, unbalanced phases and more. It enables detection and notification of potential problems before they occur, so building operators can keep their buildings running at peak performance.
The sensor simplifies load monitoring with a compact, adaptable form factor that allows seamless installation on existing panel boards. Installed upstream or downstream of a miniature circuit breaker, the product can be easily fitted without the need for complex wiring or additional space requirements.
The unit is compatible with a number of monitored assets. It sends data wirelessly to the Acti9 Smartlink Ethernet gateways to display the data via in-built webpages or within any larger energy management or building management system. With one Smartlink gateway, the user can monitor up to 20 PowerTag sensors.
For more information: http://schneider-electric.com.au/powertag.
Phone: 1300 369 233
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