ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION MAINS POWER SUPPLY MEASUREMENT, AUDIT, LOAD RECORDING & ANALYSIS SERVICES.
PRIME TECHNOLOGIES Inc. uses the PM3000 & PM6000 Ranger Power Loggers from SYNERGY INC.
PRIME TECHNOLOGIES Inc. is recognized as having the credentials to analyze any power system issue at any facility.
Develop and implement a wide range of solutions based on recordings made with the PM Series Power Loggers.
In our opinion: they are the best value 3 phase, 4 wire power quality, harmonic & transient voltage surge/spike capturing loggers on the market today.
The PM3000 & PM6000 measure almost every aspect of the electricity you're supplying or receiving, so it is a must for utility, electricity and power supply companies as well as large industrial and commercial consumers, from heavy machinery plants to hospitals and supermarkets (see Who uses it?).
Key features include:
The Ranger PowerMaster 6000 is a user-friendly, comprehensive, compact and cost-effective power quality monitoring unit. It offers virtually everything needed to monitor and record power for surveys and audits. It includes 3 voltage input channels capable for measuring 0 to 600 Vac and 3 current input channels for use with current outputs. Eleven pre-stored configurations are set for 3 phase, 2 phase and single phase measurements. Users can also configure their own set-up and math calculation requirements and save them to non-volatile memory.
Our Services Include:
Power Quality and Power Systems Consulting: From time to time, a facility needs to engage the services of an expert in the area of power quality issues.
Energy expenditure reductions: Load profile can be generated to track daily, weekly and seasonal variations in energy consumption, while critical loads can be metered and sub-metered to evaluate consumption and reduce energy costs.
Perform Preventive Maintenance Activity-based Costing: Track energy-related costs by department, floor, process or equipment and machinery performance, function and output. Revenue-accurate metering allows for easy cost comparison with utility bills.
Perform Energy Conservation and Load Reduction: Shed non-essential loads or bring distributed generation on line to reduce consumption and/or participate in utility-sponsored demand reduction programs. Evaluate the value of energy efficient equipment such as lighting and HVAC changes.
Reduce Demand Peaks and Related Costs: Avoid demand surcharges to predict kW demand and identify the cause of demand peaks and limit (kva) peak occurrences. Generate alarms on events such as excessive load, equipment failure, or when operations are likely to exceed contract terms for service or energy supply.
Evaluate Impact of Production Equipment on Energy Costs: Monitor the efficiency of large, energy-consuming equipment to improve performance.
Plan for expansion by analyzing load trends and available capacity for new equipment.