Power Analysis

Power Analysis

Power analysis meters have historically been very expensive for many energy professionals.

SENSWAY suggest affordable, powerful power analytics.
Record 1 second interval data for up to 30 days

Combined with a data logger that records data every minute of the year, it is an excellent choice
for collecting everything from peak demand to power factor and voltage phase imbalance.

Power Analysis

Power analysis meters have historically
been very expensive and expensive
for many energy professionals.

SENSWAY delivers affordable,
powerful power analytics.
Record 1 second interval data
for up to 30 days

Combined with a data logger
that records data every minute
of the year, it is an excellent choice
for collecting everything
from peak demand to power factor
and voltage phase imbalance.

Peak demand
Peak Demand and Base Load Analysis

Utilities are constantly looking for ways to reduce demand for short-term and high-consumption commercial power.
Power companies are limiting their peak demand to prevent customers from quickly increasing their power consumption beyond the expected baseline load.

This method is demand response (DR) that changes electricity users’ usage to meet current demand for power. And it support to protects the power system from economic loss and maintains a reliable power grid.

SENSWAY is designed to capture instant base loads and peak demand spikes and is an amazing tool for energy professionals who are looking to dramatically reduce their customers’ electricity costs.

Power quality measurement
Power Quality Measurements

The quality of power can affect the condition of the electronics and increase the electricity bill.

Because commonly used power meters do not provide this information, it is difficult to understand power quality without a meter with built-in power quality features.

Without knowing the power factor and harmonic distortion, it is difficult to determine whether the power quality is poor, and this lack of information can increase the total cost spent. By leveraging SENSWAY, you can track power quality costs, so you can be confident that you won’t waste money on utilities.

Power factor
Power factor

Power factor refers to the ratio of the effective power used by the load to the superficial power supplied to the load.

To put it simply, the percentage of power that actually works out of the total amount of power input, which indicates how efficient a building or equipment uses power.
This value ranges from 0 to 1, meaning 1 is the perfect power without invalid power. Low power factor means that you are actually paying more power than you would for these loads.

SENSWAY can measure the power factor at up to 30 loads at a time, saving time to measure by moving the location on a single power meter.

harmonic distortion
Harmonic distortion

THD is a measure of the waveform distortion of the electrical service on a voltage or current waveform. Generated with switching loads and large inductive loads. High THD is important in electrical systems as it can cause unnecessary heating in building wiring. It can also be an important factor in systems with sensitive electronics.

Too high a THD can cause electrical devices to overheat over time, especially the transformer to fail. Therefore, the power company is connected to distributed power distribution system standards and transmission.The distortion is restricted according to the regulations on the use of electrical equipment for power distribution.

Peak demand

Peak Demand and
Base Load Analysis

Utilities are constantly looking for
ways to reduce demand
for short-term and
high-consumption
commercial power.
Power companies are limiting
their peak power needs
to prevent customers from quickly
increasing their power consumption
beyond the expected baseline load.

This method protects the power
system from economic loss
and maintains a reliable power grid
with demand response (DR)
that changes electricity users’ usage
to meet current demand for power.

SENSWAY is designed
to capture instant base loads
and peak demand spikes
and is an amazing tool
for energy professionals
who are looking to dramatically
reduce their customers’
electricity costs.

Power quality measurement

Power Quality Measurements

The quality of power can affect the condition of the electronics and increase the cost of electricity.

Because commonly used power meters do not provide this information, it is difficult to understand power quality without a meter with built-in power quality features.

Without knowing the power factor and harmonic distortion values, it is difficult to determine whether the power quality is poor, and this lack of information can increase the total cost spent. By leveraging SENSWAY, you can track power quality costs, so you can be confident that you won’t waste money on utilities.

Power factor

Power factor

Power factor refers to the ratio of the effective power used by the load to the superficial power supplied to the load.

To put it simply, the percentage of power that actually works out of the total amount of power input, which indicates how efficient a building or equipment uses power.
This value ranges from 0 to 1, meaning 1 is the perfect power without invalid power. Low power factor means that you are actually paying more power than you would for these loads.

SENSWAY can measure the power factor at up to 30 loads at a time, saving time to measure by moving the location on a single power meter.

 

harmonic distortion

Harmonic distortion

THD is a measure of the waveform distortion of the electrical service on a voltage or current waveform. Generated with switching loads and large inductive loads. High THD is important in electrical systems as it can cause unnecessary heating in building wiring. It can also be an important factor in systems with sensitive electronics.

Too high a THD can cause electrical devices to overheat over time, especially the transformer to fail. Therefore, the power company is connected to distributed power distribution system standards and transmission.The distortion is restricted according to the regulations on the use of electrical equipment for power distribution.