METERology - The Science of Meter Reading

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PowerHealth is all about power.
Like your blood pressure and heart rate the health of your power supply may not be obvious without proper monitoring.


PowerHealth provides constant monitoring of key power parameters, such as line currents, voltages and powers. This has significant advantages over infrequent and ad-hoc manual checks on electrical load parameters.

PowerHealth can be programmed with breaker sizing and alarm thresholds to enable automatic alarm emailing if a load approaches the breaker rating. This alarming will provide an early warning if building loads increase over time and approach the supply breaker capacity.

A dedicated display eases identification of high supply voltages and helps to quickly spot any periods where the supply voltage exceeds supply limits. This voltage monitoring can also email notifications when the voltage exceeds supply limits.

This automatic load monitoring can also feed into automatic load shedding, if required.

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Current Profile PagesProfiles of electrical load

Understanding your electrical load is important for a number of reasons.

  1. Knowing you magnitde and timing of peak loads.
  2. Knowing the available spare capacity from your supply.
  3. Identifying any load balance issues.

The video below provides a good overview of this.

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Voltage Profile PagesVoltage monitoring

We tend to think that supply voltage remains constant throughout the day but often this is not the case.

PowerHealth constantly measures and monitors your supply voltage and provides a dedicated over-voltage display so that you can instantly identify any anomolies with your supply voltage. PowerHealth can send an alarm email to notify you of any voltage issues giving you the peace of mind of continuous monitoring. This helps you protect your sensitive equipment, such as servers and IT equipment, from damage associated with a high supply voltage.

The case study below provides a good overview of this.