Process Management Principles for Increasing the Energy Efficiency

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Unformatted text preview: ged wall outlet). This equipment includes the majority of typical office and workbench equipment, and did not require an electrician to operate. AEMC 8335 Power Quality Analyzer Four AEMC 8335 Power Quality Analyzers were purchased to support extended data logging on industrial floor equipment. The analyzers, each costing about $5,000 including accessories, provided a relatively easy to use, portable, programmable power logging system which could be installed on three-phase high voltage industrial equipment, automatically log real power use every second for weeks at a time, recovered, and then quickly re-deployed. Use of these meters required shutting down equipment for an average of about 30 minutes for each installation, and then again for about 10 minutes for retrieval. Occasionally, they were too bulky to use safely within certain small equipment and cluttered environments. Schnieder Electric Enercept Meter These meters, previously installed for the six ovens discussed in Section 5.2, provided real-time power...
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This document was uploaded on 03/03/2014 for the course ADMIN 1 at Universidad Nacional de Colombia.

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