Our Energy Monitoring products keep you well-informed of how much power you use, what your major loads are, when you use electric power the most, how much you pay for it, and the quality of the power you use. Use these Energy Monitoring hardware and software products to improve your equipment productivity and life, reduce your power use and its costs, and increase your company's profits.
Bulletin 1426 PowerMonitor™ 5000 is the next generation of high-end, power-quality metering products. Building on core power and energy metering capabilities, the PowerMonitor 5000 takes energy monitoring to the next level.
Bulletin 1408 PowerMonitor™ 1000 is a compact power monitor for load profiling, cost allocation, or energy control. Our monitor integrates with your existing energy monitoring systems to provide sub-metering. Our PLCs (PLC-5®, SLC®, ControlLogix® family) easily communicate with the PowerMonitor™ 1000 to use energy data in control systems.
Bulletin 1420 PowerMonitor™ 500 features an on-device LCD display in a compact footprint giving you instant visibility into your energy use. A cost-effective sub-metering option, our monitor provides critical data to help you make at-process decisions, reduce energy use, and increase your company's profits.
Bulletin 1411 Current Transformers (CTs) are low voltage transformers for various power measurement devices and applications, including protective relays, analog devices, transducers, and PowerMonitor™ products.
Bulletin 1407 Combination Generator Control Module (CGCM), when used in conjunction with a ControlLogix® automation controller, provides a highly robust and flexible platform with multiple functions for generator control and system supervision.
The Bulletin 1413 Capacitor Bank Control system is a simple pre-engineered solution designed to automate the sequencing of your capacitor banks to meet the needs of your power factor correction. This solution consists of a PowerMonitor™ 1000, MicroLogix™ 1400, and an optional PanelView™ Component operator interface terminal.
Bulletin 1425 PowerMonitor™ W250 Wireless Power Monitors are capable of measuring energy consumption and delivering the data over a self-generating wireless network. The limited networking and components necessary to install and operate this power monitor makes it a cost-effective, scalable option for a range of industries.
Bulletin 1608 i-Sense® Voltage Monitors transmit incoming power quality event data to i-Grid® servers via an ethernet or modem connection. The event data is collected, analyzed, and sent to subscribers in the form of event notifications. View event data and reports anytime, anywhere, using a cell phone or a computer with an internet connection.