Power monitoring software

Schneider Electric’s StruxureWare Power Monitoring Expert is designed for integrated energy and electrical distribution power management through documentation, productivity tools, and libraries.

11/22/2013


Schneider Electric’s StruxureWare Power Monitoring Expert is designed for integrated energy and electrical distribution power management. Highlights of the new software include cost allocation and bill estimation features that enable customers to analyze the direct financial impact of energy usage at a departmental or cost center level, through the implementation of user-defined energy consumption hierarchies. The robust productivity kit with documentation, productivity tools, libraries, and end-to-end how-to guides helps project execution teams deliver custom solutions in a consistent, efficient, and repeatable way. Additionally, support is available for an offline configuration mode, and improved maintenance tools empower project teams to be more productive ahead of the commissioning phase and mitigate risk. StruxureWare Power Monitoring Expert also offers extensibility support through Web services. This makes it easier to integrate with other applications, like Schneider Electric’s entire StruxureWare software suite, for energy management information systems (EMIS) and sustainability management, to share real-time, historical, power quality, and event data. This software platform also is efficient at managing critical energy data in diverse environments, ranging from industrial plants to data centers. 

Schneider Electric 

www.schneider-electric.com



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