5 ways to improve the ventilation in your building

Ventilation in buildings

Here follows 5 ways to improve the ventilation in your building

We spend most of our time indoor. When we go out it is often with the purpose of getting back indoor either because we are going to school, to work or something third. Much of what we do takes place indoor.

Therefore high quality ventilation is required along with highly competent personnel to manage it. The consequences of inadequate ventilation in the classroom, childcare institution, offices or the production is serious business – it can be uncompromisingly harmful to health.

A world of difference

Correct maintenance of the ventilation system in your building brings many benefits – not only regarding health but also economy. Did you know that 40% of the total energy consumption in Denmark is derived from buildings? The ventilation system alone holds a great potential for saving resources.  

Here you get our 5 best advises for a better and more effective ventilation. Feel the difference yourself!


1) Change the filters more frequently during winter

The mixture of dirty particle filters and ozone from the outdoor air can create harmful particles to health, that will be ventilated in along with the clean air.

The particle pollution is greatest during winter. The reasons are road salt, exhaust and harmful particles from wood-burning stoves. For this reason, the ventilation filters ought to be changed more frequently during winter – especially if you have offices facing a busy road or a parking lot.

2) Clean up

Cleaning of valves, supply ducts, ventils and air ducts will minimize the distribution of mold and other harmful particles and at the same time reduce the energy consumption significantly. If the ventilation is not being cleaned, the power consumption of the installations risk to raise, go down or cause a production stop. For this reason, cleaning is an essential link in the maintenance of your ventilation system.


3) Set up the ventilation correctly

It is a good idea to ensure that the ventilation settings are correct and coherent with the specific use of the different rooms on an on-going basis. If more people suddenly start using the same room, the settings ought to be adjusted for an optimal indoor climate. Non-optimal settings can cause short circuit of the ventilation system and as a result the air will not be ventilated and renewed as it ought to be. This results in a poor indoor climate leading to a significantly raised energy consumption.

4) Remove unnessecary furniture

Furniture can interrupt the air flow in a room, which can deteriorate the ventilation. Especially if the furniture is placed near the injection lock. Additionally, this can cause draught in the room. For this reason, it is a good idea to be aware of how the furniture is placed in the room and if some furniture is not being used and can be removed to achieve a more effective ventilation and indoor climate in the room.

5) Document the consumer pattern of the ventilation aggregate

By continuously monitoring the consumption of the ventilation system you can receive alarms as soon as the energy consumption vary from its usual pattern. Greater fluctuations are often so-called red flags. By documenting and analyzing the consumption pattern you will quickly see signs of wear or failure. These insights enable you to detect and fix the errors before the ventilation system fails and decreases the quality of your current indoor climate.

In addition, you can detect if your ventilation is running non-stop and is wasting large amounts of unnecessary power.
You can detect the changes in ReCalc MoniTor – your new Energy Management Solution (EMS).


Avoid unnecessary waste

Prevent pumps and expensive machines from running nonstop

Imagine a classic production setting. The vibe is good but busy and the building’s many employees and technical installations are working side by side. During the working hours the production runs smoothly, but during weekends and overnight no one knows if it is actually on or off.

In many buildings aggregates are running day and night. If you get an overview, you can influence the hidden consumption based on data. 


Avoid additional bills on energy consumption easily
– ensure idling when the production is not running

To avoid waste, you need to know when the production is running. Ideally you should also be able to point out the dysfunctional units. When it comes to waste reduction, an overview is your best tool – it can both help you improve your business and bottom line.

Here come our 3 best ideas for waste reduction.

– Check up on your pumps

Enormous amounts of district heating are used daily, activating pumps of all kinds. An optimal cooling is equal to minimal waste, and this helps you save money on energy – now and not at least on a long-term scale.

Return water cooling is the first key element when it comes to avoiding unnecessary extra costs. By returning correctly cooled water the circulation pump needs to manage and distribute a smaller amount of water. Hereby, oversteering by users can be avoided – with minimal wear and operation costs as the result.

Find our elaborated advice about return water cooling here.

Save money on pumps

– Turn off your idling engines

Scale down the unintended consumption and save resources. Key: The CTS systems.

Management units such as CTS systems enable automation and operation benefits. But often they generate errors due to lacking checkups on the settings. An operation checkup is not cheap, but continuing without it can turn out quite expensive as well.

We advise you to check up on your idling installations.
Start asking yourself these 3 questions:

  • Do you have pumps or other technical installations running outside your operation hours?

  • Could anything in your building easily be turned off in stead of being on standby overnight?

  • Do you have consumption during weekends and holidays?

– Improve the performance with PowerMoniMain

PowerMoniMain has multiple options for usage. Metering this exact gives you a detailed overview so you can easily detect and react on unintended operation.

If your units are on at night, during weekends or at other unnecessary times, it will be indicated on your dashboard. The dashboard is shown in the cloud-based programme ReCalc or ReCalc MoniTor and displays your data registered by PowerMoniMain. You can find more about ReCalc and ReCalc MoniTor here.


– Eliminating CO2-emmision 

We invite you to consider our three advises because eliminating CO2-emmision is our mission. 

Besides, the society is favorizing companies with a sustainable profile and the demands go far beyond the actual product. The best argument to choose sustainability is saving the natures limited resources. Nevertheless, the strongest arguments seems to be the ones focusing on the sustainbility’s great economic potential.  

Understand the basics of AI

AI ReMoni

Most people know that the term ”AI” is short for ”artificial intelligence”

AI is a true buzzword like the terms IoT and Industry 4.0 – and it is a term many tend to get insecure about the actual meaning of. Here we give you an explanation you can understand.


An extension of the human intelligence

Overall, the purpose of artificial intelligence was to serve as an extension of the human intelligence. AI technology has become possible thanks to machine learning and a great variety of algorithms.

These algorithms enable the AI to recognize appearance in smartphones face recognition, point out routes in GPS navigation and predict moving patterns in digital chess games.

Overall, artificial intelligence was created to serve as an extension of the human intelligence. 


Two types of AI

– with examples you can understand

Artificial intelligence is divided into two types:

  • General AI
  • Narrow AI

The general AI’s work is related to data learning – in relation to logic or language. This is the type of AI behind for example GPS navigation and interactive robots used in the production in many manufactories.

On the other hand, the work of the narrow AI is related to data learning – in relation to recognition. This AI-based feature is based on classification and recognizes everything from forms to complex patterns. This AI is for example used to recognize personal appearance in security systems in buildings and face appearance in smartphones. 

To sum it up:

General AI = data learning regarding logic or language

Narrow AI = data learning regarding recognition

AI consists of algorithms

If you are employed in the field of manufacturing, you should give innovative AI a chance. Especially in the field of building operation and production, AI is often worth large amounts of money.

The function of an algorithm is to process a certain amount of data – often called big data – and thereby understand and remember how different data is related. 

An example of an AI-based solution

ReMoni’s solution for energy savings is based on narrow AI. When we help companies save energy, the AI’s algorithms focus on pattern recognition and knowledge about how two data set are related.

Since AI consists of multiple algorithms, it can register if a defect might occur or a pattern should change. This has become possible thanks to the algorithm’s knowledge of how a certain installation is usually operating.

Two related data set

For further understanding, ReMonis temperature sensor HeatMoniSpot could make a concrete example. Placed outside water pipes, with one probe monitoring the temperature inside the water pipes and the other monitoring the room temperature, it collects two related data set.

Two data set are continuously registered and sent from sensor to ReCalc.

Here you can keep an eye of the relation between the two data set – and should you be busy when an error occurs, the AI based system will instantly let you know with an AI-based alarm.


Note: This explanation is based on leakage from water pipes and is just one way to understand the structure beyond AI. In this case the AI is neither located in sensor or gateway but exclusively in the technology behind the cloud-platform ReCalc.


Save money on building management

Use the AI to get insights about temperature, visitor numbers, power consumption or something fourth. AI gives you various ways to save money on building management.

In our society where building management has already been changed by IoT and Industry 4.0, we have to acknowledge that staying openminded for novel technology – and not at least AI – does pay off in the long run.

Utilize the district heating: Pay less for the same

In Denmark we have been heating households with district heating since the 1920’s. Not surprisingly the consumption rose during the industrialisation in the 1950’s and 1960’s and has been high ever since. 

District heating the sustainable way

District heating is an inexpensive heating method, and combined with heat pumps it turns out to be the most environmentally friendly heating method.

Buildings are responsible for approximately 40% of EU energy consumption – including the ”invisible” and non-intended consumption when buildings are shut down and should not be running. In 2020 large amounts of money are still spent on empty and incorrectly operated buildings all over the world. 

ReMonis purpose is to solve challenges like these.

Et billede, der indeholder bold, afspiller Automatisk genereret beskrivelse

Figure: Constant energy monitoring (green) VS occasional energy monitoring (black).

Cooler than intended

The black graph on the figure indicates how good the users of certain buildings are getting the most out of the district heating. Overall, this figure shows how a group of users are getting significantly less value for money over time. 

Less value for money reflects, that the users ends up with a colder building than intended needing an extraordinary amount of energy to heat a room up to the desired temperature.

A falling energy efficiency makes the Facility Manager pay for an energy consultant, who will examine the current operation status to find and fix the errors. The black graph on the figure indicates the efficiency of an energy consultant audit – but also how this improved efficiency will continue to decrease if the audit is not repeated frequently.


Effective audits

Energy services are effective until the installations are temporarily turned off – which leads to an unintended resetting, affecting how the installations are operated.

In comparison with the black graph, the green graph on the figure indicates the effect of energy monitoring provided by ReMoni.

This comparison should be interpreted considering time spend finding the mistakes vs. the documented improvement over time. ReMonis coherent solution provides a consumption overview in real time based on the single units. For a Facility Manager it does not become easier to act on facts.


In small operations detecting abnormal operation is doable. In large operations it gets complicated.

A valuable overview

When it comes to reduced consumption, you should be aware of on- and off-switches.

When placed across units these can easily be affected by energy services or a power outage. In large buildings it also pays off to be aware if the heating is distributed through multiple inputs in the grid for district heating.

A solution that pays off within the first year

ReMonis concept is the only of its kind. It consists of three elements:

  • A sensor installed onto your water pipes or power cables
  • A gateway to receive data from the sensor
  • A cloud-based platform where you access your district heating consumption

This solution provides you with constant access to actual consumption data on your current and historical consumption – updated as often as every few minutes.

Act on facts to precede costly mistakes.

Prevent penalties on your district heating

Spar på fjernvarmen

District heating and cooling are worth a lot of money. With the right insight you can prevent wasting money on additional bills.

Spend the money right

As a commercial district heating customer you automatically return the heated water to the heating plant after using it. If your return water happens to be too hot, there will be an energy loss. The raised temperatures require more water to produce the same amount of energy as with colder water, whereas you risk getting an extra bill.

Avoid additional district heating bills with the right return water temperature

When the temperature of the return water is too hot, the heating plant can do two things to ensure enough hot water for all:

  • They can send more water for district heating into the grid and thereby in circulation, resulting in a raised energy consumption. Otherwise:

  • They can raise the water temperature, resulting in a raised energy loss in the grid.

After all, optimal cooling can both save you and your surroundings for resources. 

Fact: Buildings are responsible for approximately 40% of the total energy consumption.

If you manage to deliver cooled return water, the heating plant will need to warm up a smaller amount of water before forwarding it to the next consumer. If your return temperature is low, the cooling is good. In this case you have been good utilizing the energy – maybe based on temperature insights.

Monitoring your cooling is a good investment

Expenses to cooling is a significant cost in most budgets, and it does pay off to check up on it. Additional bills on the district heating is a reality for many businesses, but it could easily have been avoided with improved consumption insights. By knowing the temperature on the in-run and out-run you are able to adjust the water temperature before the water is sent back.

Made easy by novel technology

ReMonis temperature sensor HeatMoniSpot provides you with an overview of the temperature of both in- and out-run. By combining AI and cloud-data HeatMoniSpot provides you with a user friendly overview of the water temperature on an ongoing basis. Exact data monitoring, as often as every 5 minutes makes it easy to localize the hours added to the bill marked “district water heating” and not at least act upon it.

Beside cooling of the district heating, you can save money by being aware of your other installations. You can use HeatMoniSpot to find and fix various errors.

Does your Building Management System turn on opposite functions at the same time?

To ensure harmonious installations you need to be especially aware of locations where heating and ventilation are both being used.

When an incident such as a power shutdown occurs, the settings are often reset, and the two functions suddenly run accordingly. Based on data you can ensure harmony in your installations by knowing for sure that warming and cooling systems at the same locations are not running at the same time – and thereby save time, money and resources.  

Minimize costs and CO2-emmision with harmonious installations

Yes, it seems logical. Nevertheless, errors in operation take place every day, all year around in all kinds of buildings. Monitor your operation to fix errors and save a lot of money.

HeatMoniSpot provides you with real time data insights. Act on facts.

Energy waste can be avoided with improved insights in your consumption – as provided by HeatMoniSpot. Acting in time can save you for a significantly raised bill. 

There could be large amounts of money to safe.

Still curious? In a house full of highly skilled engineers, we understand you. Therefore, we made you this bonus read about errors in the Building Management System and user over-steering.

Unsuccessful heating? Find out where and why in ReCalc.

There can be multiple reasons for unsuccessful heating. No matter the error you would be able to detect and localize it in ReCalc – the cloud platform presenting the data on your heating or cooling performance, etc. in a user-friendly solution. Check it out on youtube here.

Track the errors

Based on the patterns in ReCalc the errors can be tracked back to defect shunt ventils, broken radiator thermostats or something third. ReCalc makes it easy to find defects causing abnormal ups or downs in the consumption pattern. The only thing you need to do is to log onto ReCalc.

You can find everything you need to know about ReCalc here.

Save energy without compromising the comfort

Tech Danish SDG

Now it will be all about comfort – sustainable comfort.  


By establishing 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDG’s) the UN has set a strong global focus towards a more sustainable future.


The goals lasts until year 2030, but despite the limited time frame, they can be difficult to act upon. At ReMoni we have found 3 concrete ideas for you to minimize your environmental footprints without making compromises on comfort. To contribute you must neither sit at a cold office nor in a darker room. Instead, have a look at these 3 ideas for a more sustainable operation.

  • React on abnormal operation
    Goal #7

    Building manufacturing and waste reduction are complex fields of work. Do you have the complete overview of the operation costs for your buildings? The better your overview becomes, the easier you can react on abnormal operation. By implementing ReMonis PowerMoniMain
    you can monitor your energy consumption based on live data and view your data in our platform ReCalc or the Energy Management System, which you are currently using.

  • Gather your deliveries
    Goal #9

    Save resources and money with bundled deliveries. By knowing that all your office deliveries are being distributed on for example Tuesdays and Thursdays only, you will of course happen to wait for your order an extra day or two. But on the other hand, you will be contributing to a lower CO2 emission every single week, all year around than if your deliveries had kept being delivered on a daily basis – as it unfortunately happens for most companies.

    Taking climate action in such a concrete way provides you with the best conditions to boost your CSR image. Do not hesitate to inform your partners and customer how you are actively supporting a more sustainable consumption.

  • Let’s reuse
    Goal #11 & #12

    On a small scale you can buy packaging, labelling and wrapping made from reused materials. On a bigger scale furniture and electronics can be found second hand – also for B2B companies.

    When a company is closing, inventory such as desks and office chairs in very fine condition are put on sale for a reduced price. You can also find technical equipment such as keyboards and screens this way to save money and C02.

    If you are from a company with a green mindset do not forget to check out the options for a secondhand deal. Reuse to gain economical savings and help minimizing the global overproduction.

Minimize the C02 footprint and optimize your economy:
Reduce energy waste – bundle deliveries – reuse.

Sustainable energy optimization.

By performing energy optimization ReMoni is supporting the Sustainable Development Goals number 7, 9, 11 and 12 regarding production, clean energy and innovation.

Which SDG’s – Sustainable Development Goals – is your company supporting and not at least how?

ReMonis & UNs 17 Sustainable Development Goals:

7: Sustainable Energy

9: Industry, innovation and infrastructure

11: Sustainable cities and communities

12: Responsible consumption and production

Tech Danish SDG

Save money on ventilation

spar penge på dyre ventilationsanløg

Can you reduce your ventilation costs by 50 % without lowering the comfort?

If so, you are not alone. In relation to ventilation systems we find one of the costliest mistakes. This stresses the importance of checking up on the Energy Management System frequently after services and repairs of minor defects.

We do need ventilation

Recently a Danish municipal institution managed to reduce its ventilation costs by 40 % by simply checking up on the ventilation performance. The error was tracked back to a non-intended resetting of the EMS-system after a standard service. If you are responsible of one or more buildings, it is essential to have a sufficient overview.

ReMonis design process of the IoT-sensors has been based on this acknowledgement to provide exactly that: A data-based overview with customized data sampling available, as frequently as every five minutes.

”After a defect we have had service on the EMS-system – I got the feeling that something was not operating as it should.”

– Facility Manager in a Danish Municipality up on an energy reduction of 40 %

Ventilation in buildings prevents mold, whereas it is necessary, and ensures a healthy physical working environment.

The importance of ventilation is rarely on topic, but nevertheless it is an essential function inside our buildings. Overall, the ventilation system is contributing to maintain a good indoor climate with a high air quality by constantly venting in fresh air while venting out the CO2.

Do not compromise the comfort to achieve energy savings

Stay in control

In the cloud platform ReCalc you can log in to get an overview of  your buildings current and historical ventilation consumption. Access your consumption data in a detailed review and detect changes easily.

Thus, you can distinguish changes from the usual operation pattern and act on facts. Stay in control of your selected units and detect fluctuations when they appear with the sensor PowerMoniSpot clamped onto the cable with cable ties.

Utilize the customized data sampling to optimize your manufacturing.

Overview across units and buildings

If you are a Facility Manager or similar PowerMoniMain helps you gain overview across units and buildings. With the power sensor PowerMoniMain or PowerMoniSpot it does not become much easier:

You can find errors in the EMS-system on an on-going basis. Besides, you can localize units, that could easily operate on a lower level during for example nights and weekends, where the production activity is at its lowest.


AI and cloud technology combined in an innovative, user-friendly solution

ReCalc will let you know

Don’t worry if your building’s ventilation system is mismatching the settings of your EMS-system – ReCalc will let you know.

ReCalc provides you with a constantly updated data review and an always updated overview. Based on this, you can localize challenges and defects in an early. By managing them in time you avoid costly surprises.


Minimize your downtime

Minimize downtime

Optimal manufacturing requires an overview – even across services

Most services are planned according to a certain time interval  This approach is quite common, even though different units do not operate equally and therefore do not show signs of wear and tear at the same time. As a result, the unit’s service interval can vary a lot which increases the importance of an overview to prevent an unwanted break down.

If you, as a professional, are employed in the production area, you must have experienced how impossible it can seem to gain an overview across the different units and get it based on a frequent data sampling going on 24/7.

A good overview is the best way to avoid a production stop.  

An overview of great value

The production units do rarely need service at the same time. For this reason, it would be essential only to perform service on the units when it is needed. Preventing wear by performing maintenance is of great value, since it prevents units from breaking down, which leaves the employees unable to do their job.

If you for example only perform services after each 6000 operation hours there is a significant risk to miss it, if a unit should show signs of wear between two services and thereby need for additional maintenance.  

Tip: Find a shortcut to ReCalc in the top right corner of ReMonis website.

An overview across services

Lack of overview is expensive and so is unnecessary service.

For this reason, ReMoni is launching the power sensor PowerMoniMain, which provides you with an overview of energy consumption regardless services. Such a detailed overview is highly suitable for you as a Facility Manager where the everyday tend to be busy. With this solution you can effectively act on facts as soon as a  certain action is needed.

Utilize the capacity

You can follow the consumption of your production by following measurements from PowerMoniMain sampled every two minutes. If units which should have been closed down nights and weekends are still operating, you can rapidly detect and manage it. We call it act on facts.

On a longer term you will experience a raise in the consumption of some units as they get more and more worn out over time. After a certain number of operation hours, the units performance will be affected. You get nothing out of it – beside an increased electricity bill.

PowerMoniMain provides data sampling as frequently as every two minutes so you can take action. 

Avoid production stop

This solution makes it easy for you to spend your time as effectively as possible. Besides, this enables you to follow the operation development closely over time and exclusively summon technicians when you know that it is actually needed.

The data reading is easy and simple and in ReCalc – or ReCalc MoniTor – you have the option to set alarms. By doing this, you can gain a valuable overview in your prefered cloud platform. This makes it easy for you to take action and likely to save large amounts on money on production stop and downtime in the production.

Get an improved consumption overview with ReCalc or ReCalc MoniTor

District Heating

In its shortest version ReCalc is a data presentation

In the extended version it is an IoT-based visual data presentation platform and a part of ReMonis end-to-end solution – regardless the sensor type.

In ReCalc you can access all data sampled by your sensor(s) and adjust the measurement rate and which changes should trigger an alarm. ReMonis sensors report data in real time to help you get aware of your invisible consumption. With ReCalc you have influence on the data sampling rate, which enables you to sample data based on your needs.

Get started with ReCalc

When receiving our solution, you get one or more sensors and a gateway. Clamp on the user-friendly sensor(s) on the outside of the cable or pipe and connect the wireless gateway to a power supply and to the internet.

On the outside of your new gateway there is an ID-number which you will need to log in at ReCalc.


Setting up ReCalc is simple and gives you maximum control of your energy monitoring

First time you access your data you need to create the sensor unit by its ID-number. If you need assistance, you can find an explanation with an indicative screen dump here. When your sensors have been created you can log in and get started.

Tip: Find a shortcut to ReCalc in the top right corner of ReMonis website

Figure: Data presentation in ReCalc showcasing the consumption for district heating with a HeatMoniSpot.

How to use ReCalc

ReCalc is an online platform for data presentation. To start using it you must create a login to recalc.remoni.com, where you can access data and adjust the frequency of the samplings. This gives you maximum control of your energy monitoring in an area where influence on data sampling is rather unusual. By using ReCalc it becomes easy to react based on the following:

  • Data monitoring

  • Graphical data presentation in ReCalc

  • User settings for alarms and warnings

  • User settings for ReMonis different sensors

  • ReCalc can easily be connected to the extension ReCalc MoniTor

You can use ReCalc on computer, tablet and smartphone

When logged in you can create multiple users and accounts to give different employees access to different data sets. One of ReCalcs strengths is the connection between advanced data sampling and the simple data presentation. Thanks to this, the consumption pattern gets easy to analyze, understand and not at least to act upon.


Figure: Data presentation in ReCalc Monitor showcasing the power consumption in kWh.
District Heating Dashboard_2020
Figure: Data presentation in ReCalc Monitor showcasing the consumption for district heating with a HeatMoniSpot.

Customized to your needs

Sometimes a detailed overview is of great value. If your company also works better based on insights, you should consider the similar EMS-system ReCalc MoniTor, which provide you with an extended graphical overview.

Get an overview of the total and specific consumption: By looking into for example the power consumption you can easily analyze and compare the consumption shares used for lighting and ventilation – just to name a few.

You can compare ReCalc and ReCalc MoniTor on the pictures in this article and find more about ReCalc MoniTor’s extended data presentation here.

Understand ReMonis solution

Spar på ressourcerne med energimåling med PowerMoniMain

Need for a detailed insight 

A day in 2013 Bo Eskerod Madsen got an idea. He wanted to know the exact consumption and performance for each unit, 24/7. At this time, no solution could meet that exact need, and therefore Bo developed a new measurement concept called ReMoni.

The company’s DNA consist of local data sampling which is send to the cloud, where the users can access their consumption – measured over time and specifically for the single installations. What is in it for you, can best be explained with one of the sensors as an example.  

Understand the solution, with PowerMoniMain as an example in this article.

If consumption is the challenge, PowerMoniMain is the solution.

Non-specific consumption

Do you recognize the challenge with only non-specific consumption measurements?

Or do you know for sure that none of your operating costs are rising year after year? In many companies the energy account gets approved without anyone lifting an eyebrow, as long as it is within a margin of the account from last year. As a result, the development is rarely being checked up upon, which provides a great potential for raising billls – and large savings.

PowerMoniMain is not just a sensor product but a part of the coherent solution. In comparison with other market alternatives it is easy to install and inexpensive to acquire – and the ROI is typically only weeks. In other words, PowerMoniMain is a user friendly and effective energy meter that can help you get a detailed overview of your consumption.

It enables you to check up on your consumption when you have got time for it. With this complex cloud solution, you can maintain the overview across your electrical installations with detailed monitoring presented in a user-friendly view. Acting on facts have never been easier!


Get an overview of the complexity in your installations by screening specific measurements. 

With 15 channels you can monitor up to 15 units in one comprehensive overview.

At ReMoni we have spent years on developing the concept behind PowerMoniMain.

This meter has been created based on market insights and experience with specific production facility needs. PowerMoniMain stands out from the market alternatives by offering 15 channels and clamp on-installation. Overall, it has been recognized for its great potential for savings on consumption. As an ”add on” to your cost savings you are actively supporting a sustainable environment. It’s a win-win.

Solving a problem

When you receive your PowerMoniMain you should not clamp it onto the cables like a PowerMoniSpot, but install it into the buildings switch board. 

We have solved the typical problem with limited space in the main switch board when designing the PowerMoniMain.

It fits the switch boards by using CT-clamps mounted onto each single phase. From here data is send to ReMoni’s gateway and on to ReMoni’s cloud platform ReCalc. In ReCalc you can access your power consumption data presented in a detailed dashboard.

The easy choice

In short PowerMoniMain makes it easy to examine the consumption footprint.

If you need to know both power and voltage you can easily use PowerMoniMain with banana plugs with magnetic probes for the connectivity. Simply click one onto each phase terminal in the 3 phases of the switch board to receive monitoring data with a time interval of 2 seconds.

If your installations have a significant data consumption you can exchange the CT-clamps with some suitable for higher current-levels.

PowerMoniMain can be adjusted to different CT-clamps and manage op to 1200 ampere. Get an overview of the complexity in the electrical installations with quick screenings on different installations in your production. Screening measurements from PowerMoniMain provides detailed insights regarding electrical parameters such as power consumption and voltage variation.

If you would like to learn more, please find our presentation of ReCalc here.

The good choice

As mentioned in the introduction, ReMoni was invented thanks to Bo Eskerod Madsen’s wish for insight in his consumption and his his desire to spend the resources in the most sustainable way.

After the first few years in business we are still getting confirmed in what we do – and that a good consumption overview is a good first step towards a more sustainable operation.