www.marshalltufflexenergy.com gives full details of each of its three product ranges – Voltis intelligent voltage optimisation, Sinergy sub-metering and Ipsis integrated energy reduction solution, allowing users to find out what each technology does and what it can deliver for them.
The website also contains FAQs on each system, brochure downloads, videos, news and product case studies, legislative information and full product photography/graphics.
“The new website is a great showcase for our suite of hi-tech energy saving products,” said MTEM Business Manager Jeremy Dodge. “It also demonstrates how customers can cherry-pick our solutions or utilise two or three together in order to best maximise their energy saving potential. MTEM is unique in offering such a broad approach – Voltis will reduce overall site electricity use by up to 20%, Ipsis will reduce this further (by up to 70% for commercial-only operations) and Sinergy supports both by measuring power consumption at selected locations as required. We are a one-stop-shop for energy managers, specifiers and end users.”
The technology is suitable for all kinds of organisation and includes:
Voltis – a next generation logic-controlled ‘intelligent’ voltage optimiser that constantly monitors incoming voltage and power demand, adjusting itself to maximise potential savings. Unlike many systems it also incorporates an in-built automatic bypass function that prevents power being cut to site by the optimiser should a problem occur with mains supply.
Sinergy – a sub-metering system that uses non-invasive technology and is easy to install, allowing users to identify exactly where energy is being used. Sinergy meters are available as a fixed or portable solution.
Ipsis, powered by SenseLogix – an integrated energy reduction solution to measure, control and reduce energy use of equipment in commercial settings (both existing and new-build). Ipsis uses existing power and communication infrastructures, making it ideal for retrofit and refurbishment projects. It can measure, monitor and control equipment such as water coolers, printers, computers, vending machines, photocopiers etc.