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Events

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African Utility Week and POWERGEN Africa has again been postponed.
New date is 11 – 13 May 2021.
Nevertheless, you can always contact our competent team for questions about energy metering and new products.

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Enlit Europe is the new unifying brand for European Utility Week and POWERGEN Europe. It takes place in Milan from 30 November – 2 December 2021.
See our comment on this here.

Recent news and product information

The Christmas Gimmick 2020

The Christmas Gimmick 2020

Table Tennis (Pīngpāng qiú 乒乓球) is one of the top National sports in China. As a proof of concept we have remade a very old ...
Energy Meters and Hysteresis

Energy Meters and Hysteresis

You can find this term in a lot of technical documentations with more or less complicated explanations. We\'d like to give some simple examples for ...
My meter is running too slow

My meter is running too slow

The end-user had an energy meter with rotating disk (electromechanical). These meters are usually already in the field for more than 30 years. ...
Energy Saving with Little Helpers?

Energy Saving with Little Helpers?

I recently stumbled over some advertisements related to plug-in or paste devices which are claimed to reduce the electricity bill by an average of 10%. ...
User Interface Unit Simulator

User Interface Unit Simulator

By now the UIU / CIU short-codes are not unified. We have collected and merged all recent requests. ...
How Mean is the Value?

How Mean is the Value?

CLOU energy meters and test equipment is measuring the true RMS value by waveform sampling. There are other methods, but they are less accurate. ...
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