A ground-breaking voltage optimiser that bridges the gap between domestic and commercial installations has been launched by Marshall-Tufflex Energy Management.
The new Voltis 100Amp single phase voltage optimisation system is designed to be a more cost-effective solution for small to medium sized buildings, for example retail units, hotels, pubs, restaurants, offices, care/medical facilities and even larger homes. It is suitable for any location utilising a single phase supply and load up to 100Amps and is available from electrical wholesalers. Voltis 100Amp dimensions are 420mm x 360mm x 195mm.
“Voltis 100Amp fills a gap in the market between our higher capacity, market-leading Voltis commercial/industrial system and our hugely successful Voltis Home domestic system,” said Jeremy Dodge, MTEM. “It therefore opens up the benefits of voltage optimisation to a whole new raft of potential users, offering an off-the-shelf solution that achieves substantial power and carbon savings, is straight-forward to install and incredibly cost-effective.’
Voltis 100Amp is a development of MTEM’s Voltis system, a bespoke solution for larger commercial and industrial installations. As with Voltis and Voltis Home it incorporates an automatic bypass function and intelligent control to maximise savings opportunities.
Marshall-Tufflex Energy Management, which designs its market-leading energy management solutions at its base in East Sussex, launched Voltis 100Amp at the recent Energy Solutions event. It also exhibited a range of products and systems designed to work together to provide a single platform approach to monitoring, measuring and implementing energy reduction policies.
Live demonstrations of MTEM’s new Control Centre Software featured at the exhibition, explaining how the manufacturer’s monitoring and measurement (Sinergy) and energy management (Voltis) systems can report into a single platform, the MTEM Control Centre. Control Centre software amalgamates live operational reports from Sinergy and Voltis, giving a detailed overview of energy used and power/carbon savings achieved. The Control Centre can also be linked to existing meters and devices with a MODBUS interface, enabling users to have a full picture of their energy profile through one dashboard.
Ipsis, powered by SenseLogix, energy management system was also on display. Ipsis is an integrated appliance and PC management solution fitted within cable management products. It can control and turn off equipment to save overnight and weekend waste. Ideal for retrofit and refurbishment projects, it eliminates the need for costly rework and major disruption. Savings of up to 70% (based on a Monday to Friday 8am to 6pm working week) are possible.