Energy monitoring in production facilities and datacenters has become much more critical due tothe digital transformation and digital automation. In such facilities reliable monitoring systems will increase reliability and save money.
Exagate Branch Circuit Monitoring solution allows to monitor the total load and available capacity per rack or line in real time, in facilities such as datacenters, technical buildings, factories and remote locations. This information aids in capacity planning and results in higher operational efficiency and energy savings.
Thanks to its flexible architecture, Exagate Linye monitoring systems can be seamlessly integrated into your existing infrastructure and provide ease of installation in new facilities.
With the Exagate Branch Circuit Monitoring System, you can instantly monitor the energy consumption of energy lines in your datacenters, technical buildings and remote locations with high accuracy. It measures Energy (kWh), Voltage (V), Current (A), Active Power (kW), Apparent Power (kVA) and Power Factor (PF). Furthermore obtained data can be shared with a central management software such as Exagate SmartPack system for more accurate capacity planning.
|Constant Current Transformers||Separable Current Transformers||Strip Current Transformers|
|Affordable solutions can be obtained with fixed current transformers. It can measure with 0.5 measurement sensitivity.||Thanks to the detachable current transformers, ease of assembly and installation is provided on the operating system without power cut. It can measure with 0.5 sensitivity.||Each strip current transformer contains 21 constant current transformers and can measure with class 0.5 accuracy.|
|Comprehensive Capacity Planning||Lower costs||Energy Data|
|It helps you to plan the capacity of your devices that do not have measurement feature in the technical areas.||With the ability to monitor 42 lines with a single main unit, a large amount of devices can be measured.||It measures Energy (kWh), Voltage (V), Current (A), Active Power (kW), Apparent Power (kVA) and Power Factor (PF).|