Posts Tagged ‘energy consumption’

Understanding energy usage in a building or factory

September 8th, 2016 | Make a comment | Posted in Others
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megaphone-yellowOne of our members kindly sent us an article in which he’s willing to explain how the energy is used in a fctory or in a building. Really interesting!

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Saving on electrical energy costs is the goal of every consumer, whether commercial or individual. This has many benefits such as letting companies reduce their production and operation costs and hence remain competitive. In addition, less energy usage means improved efficiency and less damage to the environment.

Focus on electricity consumption of control panel components

July 27th, 2011 | 7 Comments | Posted in Energy Efficiency - building
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This security control relay Wieland Electric consumes less energy than a standard equivalent component. Samos PRO control relay has a CPU and can manage 96 safety inputs and 48 safety outputs.

Ignored for a long time, the electricity consumption of equipments and panel automation has begun to interest manufacturers and some contractors. Until now, the few Watts lost in thermal heating by a circuit breaker or an automat had been going almost unnoticed in a world without energy balance.

Today, manufacturers attitudes are changing and their R&D teams are working on this subject. The low-energy impact intrinsic to the equipment sometimes also becomes a sales argument. (more…)

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