Taking the first steps towards green buildings

Posted by Julian Grant on 08-Sep-2020 12:14:07

In his summer statement, Chancellor Rishi Sunak announced a billion-pound programme to help improve energy efficiency in schools, hospitals and other public buildings. Called ‘The Public Sector Decarbonisation Scheme’, the programme, which is part of UK’s efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from the public sector by 50%, is expected to see substantial investments in energy efficiency and heating upgrades over the next year.

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Topics: testing, PEL, energy loggers, energy efficiency, news

We have a new product assistance app!

Posted by Julian Grant on 03-Jul-2020 13:37:04

At Chauvin Arnoux, we are simply passionate about test and measurement. And we like to do things differently by always putting our users’ needs at the core of our product developments. With this in mind, we’ve released an app that helps our customers to get the very best from their portable energy loggers (PELs) and power quality analyser (PQA) by providing them with comprehensive information and guidance whenever they need it and wherever they are. The app is available free of charge in iOS and Android versions.

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Topics: testing, PEL, energy loggers, news

Monitor three circuits for the price of one!

Posted by Julian Grant on 15-Jun-2020 09:40:29

If you’ve got a PEL103 portable energy logger, you already know how useful and convenient it is for monitoring individual single- and three-phase circuits. But sometimes you want to monitor more than one circuit. If you’re a landlord, for example, you might want to monitor the circuits supplying two or three different tenants, and if you’re a facilities manager, you might want separate results for your lighting, power and HVAC circuits. You could monitor the circuits one after the other, but it’s often useful to know that the measurements on the individual circuits were all made at the same time.

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Topics: test, testing, PEL, energy loggers

Add Wi-Fi to your PEL

Posted by Julian Grant on 09-Mar-2020 09:50:05

Connecting your PEL103 portable energy logger to a network is often a really useful thing to do, because it gives you access to all of the data collected by the PEL remotely, from any location where you have network access. And, if you have a network access point conveniently close to your PEL, all you need is a standard cable to hook it up to your network. But what if there’s no network access point near your PEL? The answer is to give your PEL WiFi capability. And that’s easy to do. This blog post will tell you how.

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Topics: test, testing, PEL, energy loggers, energy efficiency

Why not all energy loggers are the same…

Posted by Julian Grant on 12-Dec-2019 09:51:43


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Topics: test, testing, PEL, energy loggers