Electrical Power management solution

 

SENZARY POWER MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

Control electrical and power quality,  measure equipment utilization,
perform on-demand audits and
receive anomaly detection and predictive maintenance reports

All in one simple and cost-effective solution

Integrated and simple to install, yet powerful audits on-demand

 

WIRELESS 

PLUG AND PLAY 

COST-EFFECTIVE

NON-INTRUSIVE

 

Power management focuses on THREE areas:
• Electrical quality and equipment health ( Quality, installation, anomalies)
• Equipment utilization and patterns of use (on/off Normal/Anormal peak/off-peak)
• Application of this information to equipment-related process (cost allocations)Physical measurements through QUICK INSTALL, single-phase or 3-phase, SINGLE, or QUAD sensors.

 

- Data storage for historical purposes.

- Device management for the status of all sensors and related information.

- Rules management provides automated alerting, processing rules based on our algorithms or those provided by the client.

- Alert system.

- Data visualization system (to be aggregated with other properties of the owner).

- Reporting

 

ADD ONS  : ADD  A WIRELESS SOLUTION  IN CASE YOU NEED TO CONNECT OVER LONG DISTANCES 

 

Connect to ONE or ONE HUNDRED MACHINES.

 

Manage the status of ALL your equipment, electrical panels, and more 

 

 

ENJOY OUR PLUG AND PLAY PRE-CREATED INDUSTRY STANDARD DASHBOARDS

OR

CREATE YOUR OWN UTILIZATION AND OTHER REPORTS

Determine the quality of the energy:

An important aspect of the measurement of energy is to know its quality. The life of your assets can be adversely affected by abnormal values in the electrical supply. Monitoring and correcting these issues will add years of useful life for the equipment. Besides, applying maintenance techniques in a preventative and non-reactive manner reduces costs that otherwise would rise abruptly, like in After-hours services, next day services, express mail of parts.

● Undervoltage is one of the biggest culprits behind nuisance tripping. If you've had voltage fall below IEEE standards (i.e., 10 percent for a period of time), it will often cause the equipment's power supply to reset.

● Harmonics that cause excessive heat in the transformer windings. It's also a common cause for resetting and tripping is harmonics. It typically happens when a circuit breaker opens, and there are no forensic traces behind why it tripped.

● Transients that cause micro-jogging and motor vibration in motor bearings.

● Transients that cause cable insulation to heat and wear, resulting in short circuits.

 

Reduce spend on unnecessary technician visits or maintenance work:
Condition Based Monitoring ( CBM), in contrast to a calendar or usage-driven maintenance, is when we monitor the assets' utilization to provide insight into when equipment is more likely to require maintenance or not based on how it is used. We can also direct a maintenance operator to look into this equipment upon erratic data before a failure occurs.
By identifying irregular patterns, consumptions, or peak loads, we can save thousands of dollars, avoiding the equipment's eventual failure or replacement. Anomalies detected at the right time can be the difference between years of service versus new equipment replacement.
Determine equipment utilization patterns:
Energy measurement can provide real-time and historical usage reporting of electric components such as motors, compressors, pumps, elevators, generators, lights, etc. It can give insight or awareness of pieces of equipment that might be used without your knowledge.
Examples of the usefulness and cost savings opportunities are:
- The reporting of elevator utilization based on motor cycles and hours of operation will show uneven utilization of elevators, forcing one motor over the others, which will shorten its life. Additionally, in that case, why pay for maintenance on four elevators when some are seldom used?
- A water pump's extended functioning might help identify a water leak, avoiding more extensive damage to the structure.
- Similarly, a compressor's continued working might imply a loss of pressure or refrigerant, which needs to be addressed.
- Off-Peak utilization: Manage Electrical consumption based on your particular PEAK-ON PEAK-OFF times, be warned when consumption takes a hike during your expensive periods.

 

Predictive maintenance:
Predictive maintenance reduces equipment failures and diminishes downtime resulting in substantial savings. The U.S. Department of Energy experts reports that IoT adopters could see 12% savings on scheduled repairs, 30% on reduced maintenance costs, and 70% through having fewer breakdowns. Elevator manufacturer ThyssenKrupp uses networked sensors for its predictive maintenance system to reduce downtime and unnecessary trips by service personnel for elevator repairs.
Voltage and Current Monitor consumption patterns the electrical performance of each piece of equipment to prevent eventual failures Characteristics of electricity and measured values for quality purposes
Active Energy Monitor the energy transformed into mechanical work, and heat is the typical energy consumption factor. USED ENERGY

The energy used in powering equipment

Reactive and
Apparent Energy
This means radiated consumption and overload in lines, transformers, and generators. Equivalent to WASTE. WASTED ENERGY

Energy PAID for but NOT used to power equipment

Power Factor Monitor the relationship between the consumption of the active and apparent energy in the equipment EFFICIENCY INDEX

calculate this efficiency factor. If it is lower than one means, there are leaks and interferences

 

 

$499.00