Industrial power monitors

  • 30-Jan-2012 01:35 EST
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Rockwell Automation offers two Allen-Bradley power monitor models that provide manufacturers with scalable, cost-effective insight into how, when, and where energy is being used throughout the production process. The PowerMonitor W250 and 500 power meters feature wireless capabilities and offer users an opportunity to cost-effectively drive energy monitoring further into their production processes compared to previous monitoring technology. The wireless PowerMonitor W250 is capable of measuring energy consumption at multiple metering locations, including remote or confined spaces such as ceilings, conveyor belts, or outdoors. For smaller consumption and demand-monitoring applications, the PowerMonitor 500 features an on-device LCD display in a small, panel-mounted footprint.

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