Products & Solutions Powertage 2024

Mastering the energy transition - wireless recording of electrical parameters

As the energy transition has to be mastered to a large extent with existing systems, there is a need for technologies that can be retrofitted into systems as efficiently as possible. To achieve this, Camille Bauer's wireless technology was brought into the energy transition.

The standard measuring devices of the SINEAX® AMx000, LINAX® PQx000, SINEAX® DM5000 and CENTRAX® CUx000 series are equipped with a data concentrator in addition to their function as a measuring instrument. This data concentrator connects almost automatically to the wireless sensors of the PME series and maps the low-voltage system at distribution level. The standard measuring devices can be mixed with their data concentrators as required and according to the use case.

Thanks to the open connectivity, many connections to higher-level or parallel systems are possible (e.g. SCADA, BMS, ISO5000x energy management, energy monitoring, smart grid applications, power quality and energy monitoring, etc.). PME sensors of 25 x 4PN or 33 x 3P are possible per data concentrator. Up to 4 data concentrators in close proximity per system, i.e. up to 100 (4PN) / 132 (3P) outlets can be seamlessly recorded on the basis of Bluetooth technology.

Areas of application

As described at the beginning, the system is ideal for retrofitting. Here are some of the areas of application for mastering the energy transition, but these are not exhaustive:

  • Critical low-voltage infrastructures of distribution grid operators, e.g. for setting up smart grids
  • Low-voltage industrial infrastructures, e.g. in the automotive, food & beverage, pharmaceutical, chemical, packaging, etc. sectors
  • Industrial infrastructures for energy-intensive large-scale consumers, e.g. cement, aluminum, steel, ceramics, etc.
  • Data centers, e.g. insurance companies, distribution network operators, banks, high-performance data centers, public authorities, etc.
  • Health, e.g. hospitals, university clinics, rehabilitation centers, care facilities, etc.
  • Mobility, e.g. charging infrastructure, airports, rail transport, etc.
  • Commercial infrastructures, e.g. shopping centers, hotels, etc.
  • etc.