Tag Archives: telemetry

Tail whips and cable clips … Powelectrics welcomes Lewie Robinson!

Powelectrics has announced the appointment of Lewie Robinson, one of the latest recruits to the company’s Production Team. Lewie is a local lad, who comes to Powelectrics with a National Diploma in Engineering and is rapidly becoming proficient in a range of preparation, testing and assembly work. He will be …

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Powelectrics IIoT kit helps irrigation and water deliver a constant water supply to Wood Hall Stud

Since 2010, Irrigation and Water have designed, installed, repaired and serviced a broad range of water engineering kit, providing expertise in water source and storage projects, pumping systems, residential, landscape livestock and sports irrigation, fountains and aeration. More here. Their customer, Wood Hall Stud, delivers a comprehensive range of services for …

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Selwood uses Powelectrics’ IIoT technology to help the Canal & River Trust keep Britain’s waterways safe and scenic!

Selwood is a world leader in pump manufacturing, the leading pump rental solutions company in the UK and a renowned supplier of plant and construction equipment for hire and sale. For over 70 years the company has been “Proud to Deliver’ and now does so via a network of branches …

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Dave Oakes celebrates 20 years at Powelectrics

Congratulations to Dave Oakes, who is celebrating 20 years at Powelectrics! Dave merged Oakes & Co with Powelectrics in February 2001, becoming the company’s Sales and Technical Director. For those of you who can remember February 2001 …  Atomic Kitten were Number One in the charts with ‘Whole Again’ and …

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Permark Pumps delivers Powelectrics IIoT solution to Klass Oil to ensure timely fuel supplies to their depots

Powelectrics has been proud to work with Permark Pumps for several years. Permark supplies fuel management systems, pump units, fuel storage and dispensing technology and offers maintenance, refurbishment and installation services to the Irish market. More here. Klass Oil has supplied a broad range of fuels to Irish homes, forecourt, …

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Powelectrics partners with Reynolds Contamination Control to deliver bespoke IIoT solutions

Powelectrics offers 30 years’ experience in sensing and instrumentation, empowering the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) by connecting sensors to the cloud. The company’s technology, combined with the highest quality third party instrumentation and software, is deployed across the world in many industry sectors. Powelectrics strives to develop intuitive, ‘plug …

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Can you help supply data for anomaly detection research by Powelectrics?

Please help! Powelectrics need data sets for anomaly detection research they are sponsoring at Keele University. Ideally, Powelectrics would like time series sensor data, including ‘incidents’. Examples would be temperature and/or vibration of a motor, fan, pump, gearbox or bearing with the ‘incident’ being a degradation in performance or failure. …

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Powelectrics Metron IoT solution helps Vectec customers combat fuel theft

Vectec have developed a fuel theft detection system using Powlectrics Metron4 telemetry, for customers who store fuel at unmanned sites, protecting them from both theft and clean-up costs. Vectec, established 1994, specialise in all aspects of diesel fuel storage, adblue storage, petrol storage, fuel dispensing and fuel management. More here. …

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Powelectrics telemetry is used for flood and ecosystem protection in rural France

Tournesol Property Care in Charente, western France offer property management services, specialising in expat properties, often second homes or holiday rentals, so that occupants are left stress-free to enjoy their time in this beautiful region. They manage and maintain a former water mill, now a cherished home. The mill still …

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PermaNET+ helps to maintain supply to London’s NHS Nightingale Hospital

HWM has supported the fight against COVID-19 by providing the smart technology that helped Thames Water plug a hidden leak that could have affected supplies to a specialist coronavirus hospital. With the deployment of GPRS and new NBIoT (Narrow Band Internet of Things) acoustic loggers, tiny microphones  attached to pipes …

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