EMS provides access to real-time and historical system data using a standard web browser format.. EMS Solutions are designed to provide easy-to-understand information about a building’s energy consumption. The data generated serves as a solid framework for making smart energy management decisions to enhance building energy performance — and business competitiveness.
Power Quality and Reliability Analysis:
Pinpoint the sources of transients, harmonics, or sags, whether external or internal to your facility, and decide on the right corrective actions. By monitoring circuits 24 hours a day, you can develop strategies to avoid interruptions.
Cost Allocation and Billing:
Gain an accurate understanding of business expenses by tracking energy-related costs of each building, feeder, process or tool. Match virtually any billing structure and use comprehensive multi-year scheduling and time-of use activity profiles. Participate in real-time pricing and retail wheeling.
Load Studies and Circuit Optimization:
Trend information helps you use your electrical distribution system to full capacity and avoid over-design. Create usage profiles so you can distribute loads, avoid demand peaks and plan system expansion.
Demand and Power Factor Control:
Eliminate penalties through automated power factor correction, load shedding, or peak shaving.
Equipment Monitoring and Control:
Meter all your utilities including gas, steam, air and water. Implement automatic control based on combinations of conditions. Set up alarms to warn of pending problems or schedule maintenance. Interface with other energy management and SCADA systems through multiple communication channels and protocols.
Base your maintenance schedule on actual operating history. Log events and alarms.
Store historic and event data in an SQL database. Gather and access data via serial, modem and Ethernet links
Interface to third party hardware and software through Modbus RTU and TCP, ODBC, XML and OPC
Integrate metering of electricity, gas, water, steam, air, emissions and more
Display real-time data and analyze logged information through a standard web browser. Automatically or manually control any operation within your energy system remotely
Customize graphics for alarms, status indicators, control triggers, and facility views
Examine waveform overlays, odd/even harmonics, THD, K-factor, crest factor, vector diagrams, and symmetrical components
Configure alarms to annunciate through a variety of methods including an operator’s workstation, pager or email
Generate power quality, energy, and load profile reports based on event or schedule
Correlate and categorize sequences of events
Analyze disturbances by plotting waveforms, ITI (CBEMA) and SEMI voltage tolerance curves, and histograms
Process data from multiple devices and initiate actions or alarms based on the results
Automatically perform load shedding, generator startup, or relay control
Implement distributed control in response to interruptible rates or real-time pricing
Perform remote control functions using MS Terminal Services