Our Lighting and Property Technologies division provides a range of utility monitoring sensors that give real-time data on gas, electricity and water usage. Our products include standalone sensors including pulse, flow and clamp sensors that can link into your existing BEMS systems, through to complete solutions including sensors, a reporting dashboard and real-time alerts. APC can provide you with the hardware and software to make you better informed on your utility consumption and usage patterns.
Our products are from leading manufacturers including Adeunis, Elsys and Libelium. For technical advice on selecting the best sensors for your application and wireless protocol contact our team on 0330 313 3220 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Gas Pulse Sensors
Gas pulse sensors are capable of measuring consumption and flow by connecting to gas meters with pulse output. Our gas pulse sensors provide accurate usage data, enabling you to cross-check actual consumption against billed consumption and form a complete picture of consumption highs and lows over time.
Gas Flow Sensors
Gas flow sensors provide fast and accurate data of gas flow, helping you to identify whether leaks are occurring in the gas pipe system. The data can also be used to cross check actual consumption against billed consumption.
Electricity Pulse Sensors
Electricity pulse sensors are capable of measuring consumption and flow by connecting to electricity meters with pulse output. Our electricity pulse sensors provide precise usage data allowing you to compare actual consumption versus billed consumption and form a complete picture of consumption highs and lows over time.
Electricity CT Clamp Sensors
Electricity CT clamp sensors can automatically and continuously collect and transmit energy data. Clamping on directly to the wires they are easy to fit and do not interfere with existing building fabric.
Water Pulse Sensors
Water pulse sensors measure consumption and flow by connecting to water meters with pulse outputs. APC Smartwave’s water pulse sensors provide real-time usage data, which can be used to accurately assess billed versus actual useage and predict usage patters.