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Power monitoring made simple

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Easy, reliable, cost-efficient

Keeping an eye on energy consumption offers benefits on numerous levels: In addition to cost savings through optimized consumption, the monitoring of power networks and power quality in infrastructures and industrial plants ensures greater reliability. At the same time, systematic power monitoring raises awareness about actual power consumption and is therefore also an important prerequisite for more energy efficiency. Integrated in open IoT operating systems such as MindSphere, these optimization potentials can be increased even further. With a simple power monitoring system, you’re paving the way for regular energy audits and an operational energy management system in accordance with ISO 50001 and ISO 50003.

Learn more about the new ISO 50003 and the proof concerning the improvement of your energy efficiency.
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June 20.-22., Munich, Hall B2 / Booth 110

Intersolar 2018: Be energy intelligent!

Your entry into professional power monitoring

Identify savings potentials with little effort: The SENTRON portfolio features a wide range of measuring devices that are easy to install. The associated software is easy to use. This helps you reach your goal faster while efficiently and safely monitoring your power distribution. The TÜV-certified power monitoring system is ideally suited for small and medium-sized companies, for industrial plants as well as buildings and infrastructure.

The advantages of our power monitoring system

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  • Easily scalable and expandable
  • Commissioning without expert knowledge
  • Available in small, entry-level starter packages 
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  • Monitoring power quality and consumption
  • Higher system availability
  • Maximum supply quality