Monitoring Energy Savings in an Automated Auto Parts Manufacturing Process

Recent years have witnessed increasing corporate initiatives for energy savings and environmental protection due to laws and other ordinances, and this has affected power monitoring needs. As opposed to power monitoring on a large scale such as on the level of an entire factory, there are more and more examples of small scale power monitoring systems such as for manufacturing lines, or even for specific manufacturing equipment.

Automated Auto Parts

With the MW100 and PR300 power monitor, you can build a small scale power monitoring system using Ethernet connections. Power data and analog data such as temperature measurements acquired by the MW100 can be saved to the MW100's CF card, and with the MW100 /M3 report function you can remotely monitor the "power integral graph" over a Web browser.

Small scale power monitoring system using the MW100 + PR300

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PR300 is a panel-mounted meter designed to meet two user needs: a power facility meter and a meter for monitoring energy consumption.

Standalone MW100

For industrial DAQ applications, the MW100 offers scalability and can operate either standalone or integrated as a node within a larger automated system including SCADA or DCS.


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