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Energy Consumption Visualization Components
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Energy Consumption Visualization Components Energy-saving Control Data Collection and Accumulation Remote Monitoring Data Logger Light Visualization to Optimization Power Monitoring Eco-POWER METER® Environment Management 10th anniversary of Eco-POWER METER Ⓡ launch. We have comprehensively supported energy-saving activities and will continue to do so in the future.

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Let's start "Visualization" , let's link "Optimization" Without "Visualization", energy-saving measures will end in ineffective results. Discovering waste efficiently and taking measures, reduces energy consumption with maintaining comfort and leads to optimization. Easy installation from 1 unit is possible from Panasonic's large selection of energy-saving supporting devices. Possible to expand with confirming effectiveness. We propose a "Visualization" system that matches the customer needs. Power Monitoring Remote monitoring Beginning with 1 device, expanding the system later is easy....

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EnergySaving Control ! Successful cases at Panasonic Industrial Devices SUNX Tatsuno Co., Ltd. Let’s take a look ! At Panasonic Industrial Devices SUNX Tatsuno, the energy-saving activity started by "Visualizing" has achieved excellent results. Conventional methods had not reached ideal or desired goals. By "Visualizing" energy consumption, hidden waste has become visible and resulted in huge reductions of energy consumption. Wasted electricity is reduced through control of lighting and air conditioning. ■ Simple setting is possible by just inputing the control pattern into the setting tool...

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Example Application   Building Example Application   Stores Comprehending time period energy consumption trends is an important factor in energy-savings in buildings. Most energy is consumed in buildings by air conditioners and lightings. During the time period before the start of the work day, load on lightings and air conditioners suddenly increases.. Because energy consumption is highest during office hours, managing efficiency of facility operation is important for saving energy. Although air conditioning and lighting energy consumption decreases during nights and on holidays, a high...

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Example Application   Demand managemant & Example Application   Preventive maintenance & Electricity costs just won't go down. Energy-saving Control Power quality monitoring and air "Visualization" of factory production equipment IEC demand (Sliding block interval and Fixed block interval) Users set the time span for demand calculation to an arbitrary value between 1 to 60 minutes (in increments of one minute). The average power demand within the set span is calculated at the end of the span. [The demand values of active, reactive, apparent, active (export), and reactive (export) power are...

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Software Introduction Free Simple "Visibility"! Eco-POWER METER "Visualization" of data accumulated in DLL. For easy “visualization” of data directly collected from the Eco-POWER METER® You can directly access the Eco-POWER METER via your PC. Data can be constantly collected and easily displayed Analog (digital converted value) graph Electricity graph (multiple display) numerically or in graph form. Visualization Simply select the data to be displayed, date and type of graph PC Power Analog Charge Consumption Time setting Total CO 2 emission and electricity charges are clearly visible. *...

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Energy-saving Control Power reduction with energy-saving control! *Contact your nearest sales office regarding availability. Wasted electricity is reduced through control of lighting and air conditioning Product name Descriptions Measurement data collection, peak power monitoring / control (warning interlocking control, cyclic control, start control) ■ Simple setting is possible by just inputing the control pattern into the setting tool software IP address search tool (version 1.62 and above) Operation power source voltage: 100-240V AC, Input output points: 2 input points / 4 relay output...

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For Data Collection / Accumulation Collect data and to improve "visibility"! Easier for everyone to make the electric power visualization ■ Easy-to-install and set up all-in-one unit Data accumulation ■ Dedicated software for setup of the DLL on a PC alone ■ Equipped with both USB and LAN ports, to change settings File system Saving format Number of storable files ■ Universal AC power supply and equipped with a 24 V DC, 0.2 A   external service power supply ■ Equipped with a built-in RS232C/RS485 interface E-mail sending function ■ Order guide Number of registrable devices: 300 points max....

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ECOnect supports both outdoor and long-distance. Communication specifications Insulation type connectable units Transmission distance Transmission speed (bit rate) ■ Installation: Outdoor installation and metallic wall attachment is possible with selectable antenna System configuration diagram Transmission format Visual area of 1km 3281 ft and maximum 15 level relay 1bit / 2bit (selectable with setting software) synchronous communication method Approx 120Ω (built-in) Maximum amount of data that can be transmitted at once - MEWTOCOL: 2048byte - MODBUS (RTU): 256byte *1 When using a PC as a...

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For Remote Control KR20 SERIES * Contact your nearest sales office regarding availability. ■ Need to perform preventative maintenance for inverter / motor. ■ Need to use at an overseas factory. ■ Need to know electric power for each phase at the same time. ■ Transmission distance: Approximately 20m 66 ft (50m 164 ft outdoors) ■ 8 repeaters (Between master and slave) ■ High-speed data communication (134 kbps wireless) KR20 (antenna sold separately) Product name KR20 Wireless unit KR20 Wireless unit KR20 Wireless unit Standard antenna Antenna with cable Antenna extension cable Configurator...

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Eco-POWER METER ® performance comparison Standard type Main unit Advanced type Expansion unit Standard type SD memory card type Power measurement and Pulse output Power measurement Pulse input Analog input KW1M-H SD memory card type KW1M-R Built-in wireless type MODBUS type High performance type Appearance Panel surface attachment Mounting method Collective agreement Collective agreement Collective agreement Collective agreement Collective agreement Collective agreement Panel surface attachment Panel surface attachment Slave unit Panel surface attachment Master unit Panel surface attachment...

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