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The ability to properly install and configure a monitoring system for each energy source is a valuable asset for most energy-consuming businesses. Businesses have a variety of considerations and concerns when it comes to energy usage, primarily due to the diversity of load types and requirements, energy consumption planning, and tolerance for using suboptimal energy-consuming equipment. Generally speaking, there are basically four types of enterprises that need power monitoring systems: industrial, commercial, government and residential.

1. What is a power monitoring system

The power monitoring system is based on a series of modern information technology and hardware equipment, including our industrial computer, to provide monitoring and control of power equipment, and for supporting power systems in various industries such as industrial manufacturing, buildings, factories and transportation departments A set of power monitoring system software independently developed. Help users grasp the operating status of the power distribution system in real time, obtain early warnings, alarms and other events in real time, realize unattended operations in key areas such as substations, open-air stations, and power distribution rooms, and improve the level of safety supervision. By using power demand monitoring Functional and energy visualization features to manage power consumption to save energy.

2. What are the characteristics of the power monitoring system using industrial computer?

1. Realize a wide range of monitoring functions

Industrial personal computers are different from commercial computers. They are generally used as the host computer of the monitoring system and need to be able to connect to video cameras or high-speed cameras. Remote status and operating parameters of equipment to limit personnel exposure to potentially hazardous electrical environments. Some monitoring devices also provide various additional parameters (temperature, pressure, flow rate, vibration, status indicators, etc.) through the use of sensors.

2. Early observation of abnormal equipment

Through the alarm notification function when the equipment is abnormal, and the graphic screen configuration for identifying the fault location at a glance, this configuration, such as the display connected to the workbench, requires the industrial computer to have relevant display interfaces, such as DP, VGA, HDMI ports, etc., high-definition The screen display enables the staff to quickly deal with equipment abnormalities.

3. Improve production efficiency

Using the powerful computing power and storage capacity of industrial computers to evaluate and review a series of data from the historical power monitoring system, it may be possible to find some adverse effects or imminent problems caused by the operations and products in some existing facilities. The data from the power monitoring system A large amount of historical data requires industrial computers to collect and store behind it. Past data can help technicians locate and correct various problems, thereby improving the productivity of the power system.

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