Power Monitoring Expert (PME) is the power monitoring system (PMS) that we use to give insight into electrical power systems. PME allows complete visibility on site power quality and energy efficiency so that you can make informed decisions to keep your site reliable and cost efficient.
It is the world’s most powerful PMS and provides you with the ability to:
- Visualise Power Quality disturbances (Sags, Swells and Transients)
- Monitor site energy consumption and align with energy efficiency and green building standards
- Track energy performance indicators
- Verify utility/grid service and internal compliance to power quality standards
- Comply with common IT practices and align with cybersecurity best practices
- Monitor breaker protection settings and ensure proper breaker operation and fault isolation to avoid safety hazards
- Monitor and operate breakers remotely to minimize exposure to arc-flash risk
- Detect abnormal conditions, such as rising busbar temperatures, that represent a risk to safety and operations
- Protect user safety by monitoring and locating circuit insulation faults
Another of the many great features of PME is its ability to integrate and pull data from various different sources at your site. This enables us to provide advanced solutions that monitor various metrics that have the ability to cause adverse effects on electrical systems.
- BCPM or Branch Circuit Power Meters
- Harmonic Filters
- Partial Discharge analysers
- Transformer Temperature monitoring
- WAGES ( Water, air, gas, electricity, steam)
- Busbar temperature
- Energy Consumption Colour Coding
Having information coming from all this equipment into one easy to use system gives you total control over what is going on in your electrical network. You are provided with a bird’s eye view of everything that is happening, where it is happening, when it is happening and how it is happening. You have the ability to create custom alarms across the entire network, produce custom reports, monitor equipment condition, track equipment aging and preventive maintenance, monitor equipment temperature for areas that might overheat, correlate energy bills with usage and much more.
If installing a power monitoring system is something you are considering we recommend speaking to our experts first about your needs and we can create the best solution for you.