Energy > Monitoring devices

Remote Energy Management (REM) system

29 September, 2011 by

Schneider Electric has released an online energy management system, Remote Energy Management (REM). REM provides facilities and building managers with a simple, cost-effective, web-based tool to monitor, measure and reduce energy consumption across multiple sites around the world. It easily integrates with a building’s existing or new energy meters and is designed to identify where corrective actions could be taken to reduce energy and carbon emissions and decrease costs.

Carlo Gavazzi Energy Meters - WM30 and WM40

08 September, 2011 by

The Carlo Gavazzi Energy Meters, the WM30 and WM40, along with their respective range of optional add-on modules, have been added to the NHP energy management range.

Imark HR hybrid regulators

29 June, 2011 by

The Imark HR hybrid regulators are suitable for use with remote area power systems. They accept inputs from both wind turbines and photovoltaic arrays simultaneously, and are designed to charge and manage battery banks. They readily integrate with RAPS inverters.

Onset Hobo UX120 Pulse Logger energy data logger

26 May, 2011 by

The Onset Computer Corporation Hobo UX120 Pulse Logger is a versatile, 4-channel energy data logger that combines the functionality of four separate data loggers into a single compact unit.

Award for Greensense View real-time monitoring system

25 May, 2011

The Greensense View system that provides real-time monitoring and feedback on water and energy use has been awarded the Best Product category at the WA Information Technology and Telecommunication Awards.

Dwyer EMMA environmental multifunction meter

27 April, 2011 by

Monitoring the environmental conditions is more convenient with the Model EMMA environmental multifunction meter. Humidity, temperature, air velocity, airflow, sound and light measurements are combined in one easy-to-use instrument.

Campbell Scientific CWS900 wireless sensor interface

20 April, 2011 by

The CWS900 wireless sensor interface allows a variety of sensors to be used in a wireless sensor network. It can be used for making measurements in locations where the use of cabled sensors is inappropriate, including when it is important to increase the number of measurements being made but the data logger does not have enough available channels left for attaching additional sensor cables.

Campbell Scientific CWS220A wireless infrared radiometer

20 April, 2011

The CWS220A is a wireless version of the Campbell Scientific SI-111 infrared radiometer and is suitable for making measurements in locations where the use of cabled sensors is problematic, including some applications where measurements need to be made at distances where long cables decrease the quality of the measurement or are too expensive.

Campbell Scientific SG000 Strike Guard optical-coincidence lightning sensor

19 April, 2011

The SG000 Strike Guard optical-coincidence lightning sensor detects cloud-to-cloud and cloud-to-ground lightning within a 30 km radius. To prevent false alarms, the system requires an optical signal to coincide with a magnetic-field-change signal before reporting lightning.

Dwyer Model 450A-1 digital pocket size carbon monoxide meter

28 February, 2011 by

The Model 450A-1 digital pocket size carbon monoxide meter measures the ambient concentration of carbon monoxide (CO) in the environment and displays the measurement on the two-line digital LCD screen. Besides the measurement, the maximum recorded CO value since the last reset is shown. An audible carbon monoxide alarm gives warning of CO levels above 25 ppm. For viewing in poorly lit environments, the built-in back light brightens the display.

Dwyer AQS-1 AQStick ambient VOC monitor

28 February, 2011 by

The AQS-1 AQStick ambient volatile organic compound (VOC) monitor is used to monitor ambient air quality by detecting the VOC content in the air. Some common sources of VOC contamination are carpets, building materials, paints, cleaners and tobacco smoke. Even low concentrations of these compounds can affect building occupants’ comfort. A computer’s USB port provides power for the sensor and the LED lights which change colour in accordance with the ambient air quality.

Fluid Components International ST51 air/gas flowmeter

28 February, 2011

The ST51 air/gas flowmeter from Fluid Components International (FCI) provides industrial plant engineers with a solution for greenhouse gas (GHG) monitoring and supports the EPA’s BACT (Best Available Control Technology) initiative in the US. The flowmeter is suitable for the measurement and monitoring of industrial plant greenhouse gases. It features a no-moving-parts design that’s non-clogging and operates over a wide flow range with low-flow sensitivity. Packaged in an explosion-proof transmitter, the calibration is matched to the user’s actual gas composition and installation conditions.

Energy sub-metering installed for Baptist Community Services

24 January, 2011 by

Baptist Community Services - NSW & ACT (BCS), a not-for-profit Christian care organisation that serves the elderly and people living with a disadvantage, has developed a resource reduction policy following a commitment to reduce its energy consumption by 2% each year until 2020. To help meet this target, BCS has selected mySmart CTI as its metering provider, to gain complete visibility of its energy usage.

Micromeritics ASAP 2050 Xtended Pressure Sorption Analyzer

24 January, 2011 by

The fuel cell and its chemical energy source, hydrogen, have received much recent attention as a promising long-term solution to the world’s energy needs. Developing storage technologies involving advanced materials and the conversion of hydrogen to useful forms of energy are of critical importance. A fundamental understanding of hydrogen physisorption/chemisorption processes and adsorption/desorption kinetics is needed to optimise hydrogen uptake and release capacity rates. Knowledge of chemical reactivity and material properties, particularly with respect to exposure under different conditions (air, moisture, etc), needs to be gathered.

Endress+Hauser energy management systems

30 September, 2010 by

An automatic Energy Monitoring Information System (EMIS) close to the point of use is simple and cost-attractive to set up, and enables the continuous monitoring and targeting of energy efficiency.

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