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Power Monitoring and Analysis

ElectroMation Can Provide A Turn-Key Solution To Your Power Quality Problems. Our Goal Is To Solve Your Power Quality Mystery.
Our Approach to Investigating Power Quality Problems
Site Analysis
- Define Problem
- Identify Affected Equipment
- Identify Patterns
Power Quality monitoring services by ElectroMation include installation, monitoring and detailed analysis of the collected PQ data.
Identify the Problem
ElectroMation uses specialized high-speed monitoring equipment and software coupled with highly skilled technicians to determine the root cause of your PQ problem. We analyze the collected data to identify faults and possible anomalies within your system.
We can provide monitoring and analysis or we can provide a turn-key solution.
Determine the Best Solution
Once a problem has been identified, we will work with you to find the optimal solution to reduce downtime and premature failures due to poor power quality.
Provide Equipment
Provide Mitigation Equipment if Required
   - Transient Voltage Surge Suppressors (TVSS)
   - Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS)
   - Power Conditioning Equipment
Implement Solution
Electromation is a licensed electrical contractor. We can install mitigation equipment or make necessary repairs to your electrical system.
Monitoring Capabilities Summary
• Harmonics
• Surges
• Sags
• Swells
• Transients
• Motor Startup Profiling
• Inrush/Fault Recording
• Frequency
• Interruptions
• Power Factor
• Imbalance
• Demand (W)
• Energy (kWh)
Power Quality Facts

Power Quality problems are any deviation in the electrical power that has a negative effect on the customer’s equipment. PQ problems can be generated externally; however, 80% of all power quality problems are created internally.

Typical Symptoms of PQ problems

  • Randomly Tripping Circuit Breakers
  • Data Loss and Error
  • Computers Crash or Reboot Randomly
  • Equipment Runs Erratically
  • Nuisance Tripping of VFD’s
  • Motors Overheating

Most Common Power Disturbances

  • Voltage Sags
  • Transient Overvoltages
  • Interruptions
  • Harmonics
  • Electrical Noise
  • Wiring and Grounding Problems