Power Management

Energy Management

SENTRON powermanager PC-based power management software

Our SENTRON-based power management system is comprised of a PC with related power management software and connects to relevant devices directly through Ethernet.

General goals of a power management software

  • Identify savings potential

  • Reduce power costs

  • Ensure power availability through transparency of the momentary conditions and through comprehensive power assignments and evaluations

The SENTRON powermanager PC-based power management software

  • A stand-alone power management software

  • Can be operated with a PC and measuring instruments with Ethernet connection

  • Expandable from the simple standard application to a fully flexible customer solution

  • Fully scalable with regard to the number of devices and to the software’s functions

  • Ensures the optimum integration of measuring instruments from the SENTRON PAC range, SENTRON 3WL/3VL circuitbreakers and other devices

SENTRON powermanager is designed for

  • Collecting

  • Monitoring

  • Evaluating

  • Presenting

  • Archiving power data from SENTRON PAC3100, PAC3200 and PAC4200 power monitoring devices, SENTRON 3WL/3VL circuit breakers, and any modbus-capable detecting devices.

Option packages "Expert" and "Web"

The SENTRON powermanager standard package already covers the usual requirements. With this package the user receives an easy-to-engineer power management software which enables the data detected by the measuring instruments to be read out, presented, archived and processed in basic evaluations.

With the option package “Expert” the user receives full flexibility for the presentation of graphic interfaces (e.g. single-line presentations) in order to integrate his own images and devices. The data/images are displayed as standard using a Windows client which must be installed on the PC. The option package “Web” is offered to meet the market’s demands for web presentation.


  • Transparency of power flows

  • Exact knowledge of the consumption profile

  • Increase of energy efficiency

  • Optimisation of power supply contracts

  • Compliance with contractual terms

  • Assignment of power costs to cost centres

  • Optimisation of plant maintenance

  • Identification of critical system conditions