CSV Email Data Logger

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CSV Email Data Logger

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Product Description

The ENMAT CSV Email Premium Data logger is a versatile Internet ready unit supporting 8 Pulse Inputs and 8 Analogue CT Inputs. It also supports Modbus RTU and TCP/IP communications.

The data logger has a built in SMTP Email Server to send a daily report of 30 minute readings to ENMAT Cloud based software via  a CSV file which is emailed once daily. Time Synchronisation with a built in battery which allows  the data logger to synchronise via SNTP to a time server to keep it in sync. CSV Files can be opened in Excel for reporting purposes, or imported into a database such as SQL for further reporting.

The unit comes with 64 capacity channels via the MODBUS interface. An optional software upgrade to 128 Modbus channels is also available.

CSV Email Data Logger

A comma-separated values (CSV) (also sometimes called character-separated values, because the separator character does not have to be a comma) file stores tabular data (numbers and text) in plain-text form. Plain text means that the file is a sequence of characters, with no data that has to be interpreted as binary numbers. A CSV file consists of any number of records, separated by line breaks of some kind; each record consists of fields, separated by some other character or string, most commonly a literal comma or tab. Usually, all records have an identical sequence of fields.

CSV Email Data Logger Configuration

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M-Bus Data Logger

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M-Bus Data Logger

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The ENMAT M-Bus Premium Data logger is a versatile Internet ready unit supporting 8 Pulse Inputs and 8 Analogue CT Inputs. It also supports Modbus RTU and TCP/IP communications.

The unit comes with 64 capacity channels via the MODBUS interface. An optional software upgrade to 128 Modbus channels is also available.

The data logger has a built in SMTP Email Server to send a daily report of 30 minute readings to ENMAT Cloud based software via  a CSV file which is emailed once daily. Time Synchronisation with a built in battery which allows  the data logger to synchronise via SNTP to a time server to keep it in sync.

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M-Bus Data Logging

The M-Bus (“Meter-Bus”) is a new European standard for remote reading of heatmeters and it is also usable for all other types of consumption meters as well as for various sensors and actuators.

The M-Bus interface is made for communication on two wires, making it very cost effective. A radio variant of M-Bus (Wireless M-Bus) is also specified in EN 13757-4.

Various meter types and brands can be installed and co-exist in the same M-Bus network. The network is typically realised by the use of twisted pair cabling.
The connected meters are read out either by the M-Bus Master directly, where data are shown in the display, or by a reading program connected to one of the M-Bus Master’s communication ports.

M-Bus Data Logger Configuration

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BUILDING AUTOMATION SYSTEMS INTEGRATION

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BAS integration System

ENMAT is designed as a standalone system, and also as an integrated BAS Solution to help customers understand their energy usage, energy costs and carbon emissions, without the need to remove the BAS solution. ENMAT can integrate with your existing BAS system, ensuring you can have the power of your BAS alongside a fully flexible and affordable Energy Monitoring Solution (ENMAT).

Among other BAS systems on the market, ENMAT can integrate with TREND, Johnson Controls, Cylon, Siemens and Schneider Electric.

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A Building Management System (BMS) or a (more recent terminology) Building Automation System (BAS) is a computer-based control system installed in buildings that controls and monitors the building’s mechanical and electrical equipment such as ventilation, lighting, power systems, fire systems, and security systems.

Modbus Data Logger

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Modbus Data Logger

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Product Description

The ENMAT Modbus Premium Data logger is a versatile Internet ready unit supporting 8 Pulse Inputs and 8 Analogue CT Inputs. It also supports Modbus RTU and TCP/IP communications.

The unit comes with 64 capacity channels via the MODBUS interface. An optional software upgrade to 128 Modbus channels is also available.

The data logger has a built in SMTP Email Server to send a daily report of 30 minute readings to ENMAT Cloud based software via  a CSV file which is emailed once daily. Time Synchronisation with a built in battery which allows  the data logger to synchronise via SNTP to a time server to keep it in sync.

 

Modbus Data Logger

 

Modbus is an application layer protocol for communication between devices, mainly to exchange data typical for the field of automation.

Simple and robust, it has since become an industry standard communication protocol, and it is now a commonly available means of connecting industrial electronic devices.

Modbus is an open protocol, meaning that it’s free for manufacturers to build into their equipment without having to pay royalties.

Modbus is often used to connect a supervisory computer with a remote terminal unit (RTU) in supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) systems. Versions of the Modbus protocol exist for serial lines (Modbus RTU and Modbus ASCII) and for Ethernet (Modbus TCP).

 

Modbus Data Logger Configuration

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Water Data Logger

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The ENMAT Lite Data Logger is a small but powerful Ethernet Data Logger unit supporting pulse outputs for a total of 3x meters. The unit support various energy types such as Electricity, Gas and Water simultaneously.

Using the pulse output of a water meter the ENMAT Lite Data Logger stores consumption information in either Meter Cubed, Cubic Feet or litres. This depends on water meter.

Monitoring metered water supplies improves the availability and accessibility to water-related information. Minimising use of water and applying sustainable solutions are key activities towards responsible management of resources.

For more information please visit: http://www.en-mat.com/water-data-logger

Envantage are ESOS approved lead assessors

Envantage are ESOS approved lead assessors
If you would like help to assess your qualification, or how to meet ESOS compliance, please contact Envantage to discuss your requirements with a member of our team.

http://www.envantage.co.uk Tel: +44 (0) 161 448 7722 Jessica.harris@envantage.co.uk

The Environment Agency has now announced the first round of approved lead assessors for the impending Energy Saving Opportunity Scheme (ESOS). Envantage has successfully obtained lead assessor status in the first round and are able to work with you to deliver ESOS compliance and energy savings.

The scheme has a number of elements that must be completed by 5th December 2015 from energy data collection and quantification to full energy auditing. With less than 14 months to comply, action is recommended now in order to meet the ESOS legislation and benefit from potential energy saving opportunities. For more information on how we can help please contact Envantage to discuss your requirements with a member of the team.

ESOS FAQ
There has been some confusion over assessing qualification status and how to determine employee numbers. Please read below or click here for more information about ESOS and clarification on employees.

ESOS: Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme
The ESOS is a mandatory energy assessments and energy savings identification scheme for large undertakings in the UK. Compliance under this scheme must be fulfilled by 5th December 2015, however action is recommend ASAP to allow ample time to carry out all elements required.

Do we qualify?
You will be mandated to comply with the ESOS regulations if, on the qualification date of 31st December 2014 you are:

1. A UK undertaking which has 250 or more employees in the UK or abroad

2. A UK undertaking which has fewer than 250 employees, but has: o An annual turnover exceeding €50m AND, o A balance sheet exceeding €43m

3. Part of a corporate group which includes an UK undertaking which meets criteria 1 or 2 above.

What must we do?
Compliance with ESOS can be met via an ESOS compliant evidence pack and lead assessor approval, or an ISO 50001 certified Energy Management System.

ESOS evidence pack route:
1. Measure total energy consumption across: a. Buildings, b. Transport- Freight and business travel in company and employees vehicles c. Industrial activities.

2. Conduct energy audits to identify cost-effective energy efficiency recommendations.

3. Report compliance to the Environment Agency by 5th December 2015

Before notification to the Environment Agency, the ESOS assessment must be conducted or approved by a lead assessor and reviewed by a board level director.

ISO 50001 certification
A certified Energy management system results in ESOS compliance providing the certificate is valid on 5th December 2015, and covers 90% of total energy. Implementation of a certified Energy Management System allows significant energy savings to be realised and demonstrates a commitment to continual improvement.

What if we do not comply?
Failure to correctly comply with the scheme can lead to fines of up to £50,000 and / or an additional fine of £500 per day, until compliance is entailed, for a maximum of 80 days. Non complying companies will also be named and shamed.

Where can I find help?
If you think you may qualify for this scheme or you aren’t sure, please contact Envantage to discuss compliance in more detail. We can provide you with more details on how ESOS works and how we can help meet the requirements of the scheme.

http://www.envantage.co.uk Tel: +44 (0) 161 448 7722 Jessica.harris@envantage.co.uk

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ESOS: Clarification on employees
Criteria one of qualification under the ESOS regulations relates to the number of employees of an undertaking.

The information below provides clarification to on how to correctly assess your employee numbers in accordance with the ESOS rules:

What is an employee?
A person is ‘employed’ by an undertaking if they are: · An employee · An owner manager · A partner

What about part time staff vs full time equivalent?
An ‘employee’ is a person employed under contracts of service. Their contracted hours and status (full time/part time) are irrelevant to their classification as an employee.

Geographical location of employees
The definition of ‘employees’ includes any employees of a UK company regardless of their geographical location. As a result this includes all contracted staff, owner managers and partners employed directly by the undertaking in the UK or abroad. Companies do not have to include employees of subsidiaries or other group undertakings based overseas.

Calculating the average number of employees
The number of employees means the average number of persons employed by the undertaking in the year. To work out your average number of employees, you need to:

· Find the number of persons employed under contracts of service by the company for each month of the financial year (whether for the whole month or part of it) · Add together the monthly totals · Divide by the number of months in the financial year

If you would like help to assess your qualification, or how to meet ESOS compliance, please contact Envantage to discuss your requirements with a member of our team.

http://www.envantage.co.uk Tel: +44 (0) 161 448 7722 Jessica.harris@envantage.co.uk

http://www.envantage.co.uk/envantage-are-esos-approved-lead-assessors.html

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Gas and biomass to power Czech homes under 2040 energy plan

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In the year 2040 people in the Czech Republic will mainly consume energy produced from natural gas and biomass, while brown coal will be virtually abandoned as a source. At least that is the best possible scenario advanced in a draft long-term state energy plan quoted by the Czech News Agency.

The energy plan has been produced by the Ministry of Industry and Trade. It is currently being reviewed by other government departments and is due to be discussed by the cabinet by the end of this year.

Natural gas is already the most used form of energy in the Czech Republic when it comes to household consumption and heating. However, under the draft plan its consumption is set to fall.

In 2010, Czechs consumed 96.9 petajoules of natural gas – in 2040 that figure should have fallen to 73.7 petajoules, under the Ministry of Industry and Trade’s plans.

There will be a marked reduction in the use of brown coal as a power source, from 21.1 petajoules four years ago to a mere 1.8 petajoules in 2030, with the same figure given for 2040.

As the use of gas and coal gradually falls, Czech consumers are expected to increasingly use power generated from new sources such as biomass, solar panels and heat pumps.

 

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