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MCP3903 Microchip Technology, Inc. Microchip Technology, Inc. Not Provided The MCP3903 six channel analog front end, ideal for three phase energy measurement, power monitoring, and other applications requiring multiple high accuracy ADCs. The MCP3903 features high accuracy 16/24-bit delta-sigma A/D converters, internal programmable gain amplifiers, an internal voltage...
OPTOEMU-SNR-DR2 Allied Electronics, Inc. OPTO 22 Not Provided EMU, Energy Monitoring Unit with Demand Response Capability (Wired Ethernet)
OPTOEMU-SNR-DR1 Allied Electronics, Inc. OPTO 22 Not Provided EMU, Energy Monitoring Unit with Demand Response Capability (Wired + Wireless)
AEP03-KT-0311A Newark / element14 ARM Not Provided ARM - AEP03-KT-0311A - PROBE; ENERGY MONITORING; 3 CHANNEL; 15V; FOR DS-5
SNAP-IT-EMU1 Allied Electronics, Inc. OPTO 22 Not Provided Controller, Energy Monitoring System, 3-Phase Usage/Data Collector/Email Notice
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  • Reducing Energy Costs With Energy-Monitoring Devices (.pdf)
    Newer energy-monitoring devices can detect electric current usage through inputs from onboard or external current transformers. Through user-accessible variable alarm and shutdown set points, the controllers within these devices can be programmed to send warning data to other devices over a network
  • US Energy Monitoring Packag H
    Compressed air is one of the most expensive. sources of energy on the plant floor of a. modern manufacturing facility. Surprisingly,. this is generally not a well-known or accepted. fact among manufacturers. However, there are. certain steps that can be taken by manufacturers. to significantly
  • Energy Monitoring for Profit: Introducing Demand Response
    This white paper introduces the concept of demand response (DR) in energy management. DR offers an opportunity for industrial and commercial businesses to not just reduce energy costs, but also earn a revenue stream from their use of electrical energy. The paper briefly discusses how electrical
  • Save Money with Energy Monitoring and Energy Management - At the Asset Level (.pdf)
    I've always been interested in the connection between reliability management and other functional responsibilities within a manufacturing organization, such as quality and safety. Clearly, reliable manufacturing processes improve quality, one of the three primary elements of overall
  • Using Veris Energy Meters in LEED Certification
    LEED certification credits include a number of energy monitoring criteria. To satisfy. the requirements for these credits and earn the corresponding LEED points, a building owner or energy system designer must prove that the building's energy usage patterns conform to efficiency standards.
  • Power optimization techniques for energy efficient systems
    Advancement in technology has aided progression of automation and control systems. that provide a cohesive operation of various. mechanical, electronics and lighting systems. Apart from offering a convenient lifestyle, these. solutions play an essential role in energy monitoring. These solutions
  • IEC Compliant Active-Energy Meter Design Using the MCP3905/6
    The MCP3905/6 energy-monitoring Integrated Circuits (ICs) supply active real power measurements for single-phase residential meter designs. These devices include features specific for the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) requirements, such as no-load threshold and start-up current
  • Automatically Monitoring Energy Resources Using a Data Logger
    CAS DataLoggers has provided the automated dataTaker datalogging solution to a government-owned school building being retrofitted with a solar energy system as part of its renewable energy initiative. The federal department responsible wanted a solar monitoring device in the building to remotely

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