Energy management system stores and collects energy data

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Energy management system stores and collects energy dataNew from energy management specialist Schneider Electric, Energy Server Com’X 510 energy management software collects and stores energy data from electrical distribution devices, smart panels, environmental sensors such as temperature, humidity, CO2 levels in the building and WAGES metering devices.

This easy to navigate software analyses real-time data and historical data, providing the user with a comprehensive view of energy consumption, enabling the implementation of energy efficient actions.

Plug-and-play Energy Server Com’X 510 forms one part of a total energy management solution, helping the user to monitor their energy assets and identify opportunities to save energy and lower energy bills. It has the capabilities to log and store two years’ worth of data, and its embedded webpages meaning all energy data can be viewed and managed on-site. Key benefits include:

  • Quick fitting into electrical switchboards thanks to DIN rail clipping and profile
  • Embedded energy management software, which provides the end user with immediate visibility of energy consumption
  • Gateway, so that data from connected devices is available in real time
  • Data publisher — batches of collected and stored data can also be periodically transmitted to an internet server as XML and CSV files

Com’X 510 can also be setup and configured very quickly by means of its built-in webpages. This includes automatic detection and IP address assignment by operating system computers and also automatic detection and recognition of other Schneider Electric devices. The interface also offers advanced diagnostics and troubleshooting features should the user require further assistance.

“At Schneider Electric, we are dedicated to providing our customers with solutions that help them to manage their energy and processes in ways that are safe, reliable and sustainable," said Poonam Walid, Category Marketing Manager. "In light of the regulation which stipulates that organisations that qualify for ESOS must carry out energy audits every four years, the Energy Server Com’X 510 has been launched to help end users receive a comprehensive overview of all energy consumption to help identify cost-effective energy saving measures”



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