Everything in our world today runs because of electricity. Being able to manage and control how much power and energy is being used, produced and the costs involved is the next step to making your business sustainable. 

At Polar Monitoring we provide easy to use systems for power and energy that plug and play into a variety of different controllers and meters in the sector. The Polar Portal tracks and monitors the data from the meter/controllers online, providing you with reports of consumptions and usages. Receive alerts on maintenance, servicing, levels and much more from the comfort of your office.  

Generator Monitoring

Remote monitoring for generators.

Remotely monitor and manage generators, as an installer or as an end user. Get live information of generators in the field on fuel levels, maintenance cycles, faults and alerts. All from a single online platform.

Power Factor Correction

Power Factor Correction (PFC) systems are vital in reducing demand charges for large power consumers. The next step is to ensure the PFC system is running as it should and alert the appropriate people when it is not. 

Contact Polar Monitoring for our PFC monitoring solutions to ensure these vital systems are running as they should be. 

Electricity Meter Monitoring

3 Phase Power Meter

Initially, people only used electricity meters to measure and bill their consumption. With Polar Monitoring we can add a variety of measurements into a simple KWh meter. With remote monitoring, you can track and analyze consumption trends over time to understand your expenses better. Which ultimately helps you to make smarter more sustainable decisions. 

Power Metering & Analyzing

Power meter and Analyzer

Power Analyzers are used to dive into the complexities of electricity usage and quality on a site. They provide a variety of readings as well as max and mins for harmonics, power, voltage, currents and more. 

Coupling these analyzers with a Polar Gateway will allow one to bring this information online to track live trends and view the data historically. 

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