Describe the different functional classes of meters, as well as the methods to remotely access meter data.
Describe various types of electric meters and current sensors.
Explain the importance of power quality and benefits of a power monitoring system.
Discuss common power quality problems and symptoms.
Who should watch?
Facility managers and engineers; HVAC system designers, engineers and contractors; energy efficiency specialists; building owners; maintenance and operations personnel; energy and sustainability managers; and anyone with interest in power and submetering systems.
Briefly explore energy, power and power quality meters during this on-demand webinar. Different types of meters are discussed, as well as their features and applications. Common terminology is introduced and the growing importance of power quality and power quality monitoring is highlighted. Typical power quality events are reviewed, including causes of power quality disruptions and their average duration. Finally, the benefits of a system approach to power monitoring is shared, along with various power monitoring dashboards.
Types of electric meters
Differences between energy meters, power meters and power quality meters
Different types of current sensors
Understand power quality
Common problems and symptoms
Power monitoring system benefits
Karl Kersey PE, CEM, LEED AP, CEA, CSDP, BEP, GBE
Karl is an energy engineer and corporate trainer. He has experience providing solutions and guiding clients to greater profitability while simultaneously reducing carbon emissions and conserving natural resources. During the past 20 years, he has helped hundreds of organizations increase profits by reducing energy costs with the application of energy management solutions. He’s commissioned systems for many well-known clients including: Apple, US Navy, GM, Toyota, Honda, Mercedes, IBM and Home Depot. Karl is the power quality specialist for Power Management University at Franklin, TN where he develops courses to provide solutions in the topic areas of energy auditing, demand response and alternative energy sources. Karl’s work is published in Control Engineering Magazine and Buildings Magazine.