This one might sound silly but it is a device that analyzes energy, mostly the kind of energy produced by buildings or computers. Its often necessary for the owner of a building to look at where they can cut damage to their environment, unnecessary energy costs, and also help make their building and products much more efficient.
So, if a building manager notices that the air conditioning in their building is using up way too much power and that power could be used elsewhere, then they can take certain steps to improve their efficiency. The energy analyzer can also measure heat and water consumption, and allows for managers to keep a close eye on the numbers that they are using over a period of time.
With energy, power, and water costs only rising as time goes on, then this allows for managers to be completely transparent about costs and about any initiatives to stay green as time goes on. Energy analyzers can often be installed and then can expand with the growth of your business, and it will allow for quick and easy data study.
In addition, many energy analyzers also can become power quality analyzers. These not only track how much power is being used, but also if that power is being used effectively. It doesn’t do anyone any good if one of their systems is completely overheating because of mismanagement and that excess power would be better served somewhere else.
If you have an analyzer installed and connected to your power grid, then you’ll be able to see all of this data represented in graphs, numbers, and other diagrams. Even if you aren’t a numbers person, you’ll be able to completely see where power is being used effectively and where it is not being used for your business’s benefit.