Schneider Electric PowerTag wireless energy sensor
Schneider Electric’s PowerTag is a small wireless energy sensor designed to enhance the monitoring of electrical assets. The sensors monitor the energy consumption of the user’s loads in real time for small to large buildings.
Wireless circuit breaker tagging lets users measure and monitor critical loads, and use energy more efficiently and economically on all electrical loads, from IT and HVAC to machines, pumps and process equipment.
By tagging new or existing miniature circuit breakers with this compact device, users can monitor critical loads, proactively manage energy usage in real time and optimise uptime of assets on-site.
PowerTag 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.
The sensor provides highly detailed information on a building’s electrical consumption and loads — current, voltage, power, overloads, unbalanced phases and more.
PowerTag can be easily fitted without the need for complex wiring or additional space requirements. Its innovative technology enables detection and notification of potential problems before they occur, so building operators can keep their buildings running at peak performance.
Benefits include: precise, real-time data on energy, currents, power, voltage and power factor; accurate active energy (class 1); partial and complete monitoring; the ability to check phase load unbalance; tagging and securing of assets: pre-alarm notification in the event of overload; alarm notification for voltage loss and overload on trip; immediate, automated email notifications; adaptability for use in building systems and EcoStruxure Facility Expert (formerly known as Facility Hero) applications.
For more information: http://schneider-electric.com.au/powertag.
Phone: 1300 369 233
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