Sensor Gathers Energy Data

April 1, 2011
The EMU Sensor is the first component of the vendor’s packaged, networkable EMU system, which is designed to let users gather energy consumption data from their facilities’ electrical panels, metering devices and other equipment, including manufacturing machinery, pumps, motors, refrigeration systems, boilers, chillers and HVAC units.

Serial and Ethernet interfaces also provide connectivity to existing monitoring devices and instrumentation, and can monitor and communicate via Modbus and BACnet protocols. The Sensor can also monitor and accept pulses from utility meters and other sub-metering devices. The EMU Sensor provides communications interfaces and data integration capabilities to deliver the acquired energy data to enterprise business systems so it can be used to develop more effective energy management strategies.

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