Articles Tagged: Power Monitoring

Moorfields Eye Hospital: Improving Facility Visibility with EcoStruxure™ for Healthcare

Moorfields Eye Hospital was founded in 1805, and today is the oldest ophthalmic hospital in Europe. This world-class hospital supports a staff of 2,300 people, and thousands of patients each… Read more »

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The Internet of (Every) Thing Pumps Up Building Energy Management Systems

My last post in this series on the emergence of building energy management systems (BEMS) looked at the digital hub – arguably the most essential component in a smarter building…. Read more »

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Understanding the IEC 61557-12 Standard That Makes Meter Comparisons Easier – Part 2

As I described in my previous post, the International Electrotechnical Commission’s (IEC) Standard 61557-12, “Electrical safety in low voltage distribution systems up to 1000V a.c. and 1500V d.c. – Equipment… Read more »

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Securing Power and Control: Solutions

As stated in my previous post, the threat of cyber-attacks on power and control systems is growing.  One factor is the wider proliferation of attack tools and techniques.  Aging power… Read more »

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Securing Power and Control: The Problem and Attack Vectors

Electricity is taken for granted. Lights illuminate when we flip a switch. Turn up the thermostat and the house warms up. In the recent past a power failure could mean… Read more »

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Monitoring Building’s Energy Use – EE Standards & Regulation to Optimize Energy Performance

Understanding a building’s energy use is more than just good business sense – under a number of jurisdictions around the globe, it’s becoming the law. From the European Union to… Read more »

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Monitoring Power Quality is Vital

As per the International Energy Association, 42% of world’s energy is used up by buildings. An increasing number of modern buildings are equipped with automated Building Management Systems (BMS). Such… Read more »

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Save Money and the Planet via Better Power Monitoring

For building owners and panel builders, problems loom as new regulations call for reductions in energy usage. Fortunately, solutions exist. Not only can these save energy, they can also monitor… Read more »

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Get Smart and Save Energy

Using status and usage data from interconnected switchgear components enables more energy-efficient operation of building systems. With the growing array of data-providing components manufacturers now offer, building systems designers face… Read more »

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It’s time for the 2016 AHR EXPO!

Visit Schneider Electric at booth 1404 AHR EXPO – January 25-27! Wow!  Has it been a year already?  As I stand here in 17-degree weather, I recall last year’s show in… Read more »

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Power Quality Issues : Silent Efficiency Killer

Why you should care? Several studies estimate that power quality issues cost the U.S. economy about $15 billion each year. Because approximately 80 percent of all power-quality problems originate from… Read more »

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What are the most important electrical parameters to monitor for a better Energy Efficiency?

Monitoring of electrical parameters is a key element in any Energy Efficiency approach. Implementation of monitoring equipment is the first step of this kind of approach, as it makes an… Read more »

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Can hospitals ever be fully prepared for massive power outages?

Damaging storms don’t discriminate. Even hospitals in the path of historic Hurricane Sandy across the eastern U.S. suffered widespread power loss. This unexpected occurrence highlights the importance of reliable power… Read more »

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Are you able to justify your Energy Management investments?

No business can afford to waste money. Each one is held accountable for how it spends financial resources. Enterprise-level companies in particular are under constant pressure to lower total cost… Read more »

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The Internet of (Every) Thing Pumps Up Building Energy Management Systems

My last post in this series on the emergence of building energy management systems (BEMS) looked at the digital hub – arguably the most essential component in a smarter building…. Read more »

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How fast is fast? Power monitoring and real-time response rates

My first car was classic Mopar: a green ‘68 Dodge Dart GTS. I bought it from my uncle who owned a local mechanic shop and did a lot of custom… Read more »

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Power Quality: Measuring to Manage

It’s a classic business adage that you can’t manage what you haven’t measured, and that principle certainly holds true for power quality – but exactly what aspects of power quality… Read more »

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It’s time for the 2016 AHR EXPO!

Visit Schneider Electric at booth 1404 AHR EXPO – January 25-27! Wow!  Has it been a year already?  As I stand here in 17-degree weather, I recall last year’s show in… Read more »

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Save Money and the Planet via Better Power Monitoring

For building owners and panel builders, problems loom as new regulations call for reductions in energy usage. Fortunately, solutions exist. Not only can these save energy, they can also monitor… Read more »

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Less Effort, More Gain…by Dynamic and Colorful Power Monitoring

Efficiency is not only about better usage or management of water/electricity resources, but it’s also about maximizing the usage of the controls and monitoring functionality/features. I would like to address… Read more »

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Power Quality Issues : Silent Efficiency Killer

Why you should care? Several studies estimate that power quality issues cost the U.S. economy about $15 billion each year. Because approximately 80 percent of all power-quality problems originate from… Read more »

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What are the most important electrical parameters to monitor for a better Energy Efficiency?

Monitoring of electrical parameters is a key element in any Energy Efficiency approach. Implementation of monitoring equipment is the first step of this kind of approach, as it makes an… Read more »

4 Comments

Can hospitals ever be fully prepared for massive power outages?

Damaging storms don’t discriminate. Even hospitals in the path of historic Hurricane Sandy across the eastern U.S. suffered widespread power loss. This unexpected occurrence highlights the importance of reliable power… Read more »

4 Comments

Securing Power and Control: The Problem and Attack Vectors

Electricity is taken for granted. Lights illuminate when we flip a switch. Turn up the thermostat and the house warms up. In the recent past a power failure could mean… Read more »

2 Comments

Get Smart and Save Energy

Using status and usage data from interconnected switchgear components enables more energy-efficient operation of building systems. With the growing array of data-providing components manufacturers now offer, building systems designers face… Read more »

1 Comment

Are you able to justify your Energy Management investments?

No business can afford to waste money. Each one is held accountable for how it spends financial resources. Enterprise-level companies in particular are under constant pressure to lower total cost… Read more »

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Power Monitoring System: Intelligence keeps you ahead of the game.

In my last blog posts, I talked about how Power Quality affects the entire electrical infrastructure and that it’s important to consider every system element needed to keep your facility… Read more »

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Power Quality: Measuring to Manage

It’s a classic business adage that you can’t manage what you haven’t measured, and that principle certainly holds true for power quality – but exactly what aspects of power quality… Read more »

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Improve patient safety through power availability and reliability

Full disclaimer: I’m no doctor. My training in the healthcare industry only goes as far as an industrial first aid course. But let’s say you’re getting heart surgery. It’s pretty… Read more »

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Save Money and the Planet via Better Power Monitoring

For building owners and panel builders, problems loom as new regulations call for reductions in energy usage. Fortunately, solutions exist. Not only can these save energy, they can also monitor… Read more »

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