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Siemens launches two measuring devices

Devices make power monitoring in buildings easier, company says

| | Mar 13, 2018 | 3:25 pm
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Erlangen, Germany, 13 March 2018: Siemens has launched two new measuring devices for power monitoring in buildings, the company announced in a Press communiqué.

The two new devices are the multichannel current measuring system SEM3 and the 7KT PAC1600 measuring devices, the communiqué said. According to Siemens, the devices are easy to install and can be used to detect and compare electricity consumption with time and cost precision for all loads in a building. Users can, therefore, implement more targeted measures for energy savings and cost reduction, the communiqué further said.

According to Siemens, the multichannel current measuring system SEM3 is used in the main power distribution and consists of current transformers, measurement modules and a central controller. The scalable complete system can detect up to 45 measurement points in a building and the power data such as voltage, currents and power can be visualised in a single web interface or in the power monitoring software, the company further said. The company also explained that systematic power monitoring promotes greater energy efficiency in buildings and creates the technical basis for certification according to ISO 50001.

According to Siemens, the 7KT PAC1600 measuring devices use a space-saving design in power and installation distribution boards. The company said the gadgets detect base electrical quantities and show the values directly on the display of the relevant measuring device. The company further said the user-friendly devices are available in single-phase and three-phase options, each with special European Union Measuring Instruments Directive certified versions.

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