Every business can increase productivity while consuming less, achieving energy savings of 10% to 30%. And saving energy costs less and reduces pollution. But to make the most of your energy, you need the tools to uncover all opportunities, avoid risks, track progress against goals, and verify success.
The PowerLogic range of meters and software help manage all your energy assets, every second of the day. A PowerLogic system helps stakeholders from the CEO to facility and engineering managers to respond quickly to potential problems and manage energy in financial and environmental terms. Most importantly, PowerLogic technology delivers the key performance indicators and analytics that you need to strategically balance the four interdependent “green” factors of energy-related sustainability: emissions, efficiency, reliability and cost. View our brochure to find out more.
PowerLogic Ethernet gateways and system software are installed at your various sites then you would get your information from an internet browser which would connect either to an intranet site or to our hosted internet site:
- PowerLogicION EEM provides a unified interface to manage energy and emissions. The ION EEM located on your intranet can connect to all of the PowerLogic network components and system software, as well as metering systems, substation automation and SCADA systems, EMS systems, building and process automation systems, utility billing systems, weather services, spot-market energy pricing feeds, and enterprise business applications.
- For our data hosting capabilities, each location with PowerLogic system software PowerLogic system is configured to automatically send data over internet via remote connection to PowerLogic system. Users connect to Enterprise URL, enter proper security login information, and view reports using a standard web browser.
Monitoring and Metering
The adage "If you can measure it, you can manage it" has never been more true then when applied to energy. Whether its water, air, electric, gas, steam (WAGES), each of these carries a tremendous cost in operations, manufacturing, etc of buildings, plants and facilities. All contribute or make up a major part of the cost in running any business. Competition demands that effective managers must treat these costs similar to a raw material and continuously look for new and improved ways to increase quality and cut expenditures to effectively manage these costs.
But first they have to be measured!
Most building owners/operators rely on the monthly utility bill as the single source of information regarding energy usage. As we all know this gives at best a confusing overview that is designed to minimally support the bottom line. HOW MUCH YOU OWE $$$$. Today you no longer need to feel that you can only try to cut usage as a means of reducing cost but with an effective monitoring system you can finally understand where the hidden operating costs are and address them strategically to reduce operating and energy expenses.
This is where "effective" measurement and monitoring comes in. Power monitoring provides you the building operator with detailed realtime and historical information needed to help save money! Monitoring of energy can often return a payback of less than 1 year.
CS3 offers a complete line of Power Monitoring devices and systems tailored to your specific needs. Using the highest quality products manufactured by Square D a division of Schneider Electric to meet ANSI-C12 revenue class accuracy as well as adhere to the power quality standards set forth in IEEE 1159 and EN50160. From individual metering, sub-metering, high density metering, from top to bottom Square D PowerLogic Meters and Systems are available to view instantaneously, meter information from connected devices directly using only your standard web browser. Quantity metering and quality metering is available with PowerLogic meters that can simultaneously time stamp, capture events with multiple waveforms while collecting interval logging for billing cost allocations. PowerLogic meters are built on open industry ModbusTM and Ethernet TCP/IP standards.
Isn't it time you measured up?