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Carlo Gavazzi presents a full energy management solution at the Energy Event 2015

10 September 2015

Energy management specialist, Carlo Gavazzi will be returning to this year’s Energy Event at the NEC, Birmingham on 15-16 September - the UK’s leading event for energy and utilities procurement professionals

At this year’s event, Carlo Gavazzi will be showcasing their range of MID Certified energy meters with the latest in touchscreen technology and energy management software on Stand No. A20. 

Energy metering experts will be available to give free advice on any aspects of energy metering, MID and cost allocation applications.  The team will be able to demonstrate the benefits of the company’s extensive portfolio of energy meters and software to anyone that either has a specific project in mind or may be looking for answers on how to manage their buildings efficiently.

Highlights include the EM100 Series with touchscreen technology which makes standard user operations such as page scrolling, programming and parameter checks not only simpler but faster; as well as easy to read it avoids any mechanical issues normally associated with using traditional keypads.  The EM100 series is available in both MID and standard versions and ensures optimal performance in industries such as conventional energy, building automation, HVAC and sub metering applications such as shopping malls, public buildings, public lighting, commercial buildings, light and medium industries, lift and elevators and agricultural applications.

Supporting the extensive meter range is the latest cloud based energy platform which offers multiple software solutions from a simple web based system called VMU-C EM for monitoring small or single site installations of up to 32 meters, VMU-Y EM provides all of the benefits of a multi-site solution without ongoing costs and effectively allows you to monitor up to 320 meters whilst accessing the information from any PC using a standard web browser. We can also accommodate the larger multisite installation monitoring up to 3200 energy meters located anywhere in the world.

This software makes single or multi-site energy metering easier and more cost effective as it doesn’t require a license fee and brings closer integration with Building Management Systems.


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