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Contact Magnelab to Help Alleviate Equipment Failure and Save Money with Monitoring

Most organizations require that electrically powered equipment operates properly. Grocery stores rely on coolers and freezers, factories rely on conveyors and machines and office buildings rely on air conditioning and heating. Few companies operate without electricity. Avoid Costly Inventory Loss or Production Stoppage In most organizations, equipment failure negatively affects the operation of business due to […]

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Core Drivers of Energy Use in Buildings

Perhaps one of the most important factors in the energy consumption equation is also one of the most overlooked: buildings. In many ways, buildings are essential to a sustainable future, particularly when you consider their architecture, design, construction, operation, and all the many activities that take place under their roofs. Growing energy awareness and reducing […]

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Tracking how Electric Vehicles charging effect residential power usage.

This is a guest blog by Philippe Marseille. In it he explains his installation and setup of an eGauge system with Magnelab current sensors to monitor the power consumption of his Tesla S 85D (when charging), in addition to the overall consumption of his house. Hi, I like to track my energy usage (from my […]

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Figure 2: The costs and benefits of various electrical usage data sources.

The benefits of high quality electrical usage interval data

This paper will describe how to use low cost components to gain actionable information and save money on commercial electric demand rates.  Case study examples are provided from projects in Colorado. Understanding electrical load profiles and demand rates Utilities typically apply demand rates to commercial customers.  Under such rates businesses are billed for their demand […]

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How Energy Monitoring Can Save Money

From electricians to homeowners, city planners to CEOs, energy monitoring is a buzzword that means more than environmental friendliness, it means big savings.

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