Janitza a German enterprise is active in the field of development and production of systems for efficient usage of electricity, energy measurement and cost reduction. Janitza is nowadays globally well known as supplier of energy measurement technology, class A network quality analysers compliant with standard EN 50160, energy management systems, digital integrated measurement devices, mobile power quality analysers, power factor controllers, harmonic filters and compensation systems. Alongside consultation and the development of technical solutions, Janitza also carries out commissioning, courses and training with customers and provides maintenance and support for the systems. Our UMGs, GridVis® software and components unite 3 solutions – energy management, power quality monitoring and residual current monitoring (RCM) – within a common system environment – Made in Germany. Janitza stands for highest quality standards, high innovation rate and products with latest features produced with the most modern production technology.
The UMG 801 can be extended with modules to achieve up to 92 current measurement channels. In addition, the 800-CT8-A module offers eight current measurement channels in a compact design for space optimization in the control cabinet. In addition, remote measuring points can be connected with the 800-CON transfer modules. This allows you to bridge distances of up to 100 m using cabling.
The energy measurement device UMG 96-PA combines four functions in one device and can be modularly expanded by two analogue inputs – selectively as 0-20 mA analogue inputs (e.g. DC measurement) or as RCM measuring inputs with detection of cable breaks and additional temperature measurement.
In the field of energy management, the processing and analysis of energy data and measurement data for electrical power quality is the main focus. All important measurement data should be able to be documented without any interruptions in order to be able to find reasons for production breakdowns, manufacturing problems or quality defects