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We reduce your power consumption, reduce the CO2

We reduce your power consumption, reduce the CO2
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  • Content:  Easy  energy  saving1.  Reducing  energy  consump8on  by  regula8ng  the  voltage  2.  Specific  reasons  for  oversupply  3.  Op8mal  voltage  through  voltage  reduc8on  4.  Scope  of  performance  by  regula8ng  the  voltage  5.  References  
  • Reducing  energy  consump8on  1.  Saving  energy  through  voltage  regula8on  2.  Overvoltage  leads  to  a  shorter  life  cycle  of  your  devices  and  extra  costs  of  maintenance  and  materials  
  • Field  of  applica8on1.  Reduc8on  in  power  consump8on  in  commercially  and  publicly  operated  ligh8ng  systems  and  in  induc8ve  loads  such  as  air  condi8oning  systems,  refrigerators,  compressors  and  pumps  2.  Long  opera:ng  hours  
  • Markets  for  voltage  regula8on1.  Shops:  shopping  centres  and  supermarkets  2.  Business:  hotels,  restaurants,  gas  sta:ons,  office  buildings  3.  Buildings:  schools,  universi:es  and  museums  4.  Healthcare:  hospitals  and  clinics  5.  Logis8cs  and  transport:  airports  and  railway  sta:ons  6.  Industry:  industrial  installa:ons  and  plants    
  • Remote  energy  management  1.  Remote  control  /  web  interface  and  programming  op8ons  2.  Online,  historical  and  EXCEL  report  3.  Online  support  and  mainenance  
  • Summarized  1.  Energy  saving  up  to  15%  (working  circuits)  2.  Energy  saving  up  to  25%  (ligh1ng  circuits)  3.  Return  on  investment  less  than  3  years  4.  Safety  precau:ons,  including  an  automa:c  internall  bypass  5.  Integrated  energy  management  with  measurement  func:ons  6.  Communica:ons  interface  for  energy  management  
  • Reducing  energy  consump8on  1.  Reducing  energy  consump8on  by  regula8ng  the  voltage  2.  Specific  reasons  for  oversupply  3.  Op8mal  voltage  trough  voltage  reduc8on  4.  Scope  of  performance  by  regula8ng  the  voltage  5.  References  
  • Specific  reasons  for  oversupply  1.  Supplied  voltage  has  to  meet  the  requirements  of  all  end  users  2.  Therefore  a  significant  higher  voltage  has  to  be  fed  into  the  grid  3.  End  users  remain  vulnerable  to  the  risk  of  excessively  high  voltage  
  • Reducing  energy  consump8on  1.  Reducing  energy  consump8on  by  regula8ng  the  voltage  2.  Specific  reasons  for  oversupply  3.  Op8mal  voltage  through  voltage  reduc8on  4.  Scope  of  performance  by  regula8ng  the  voltage  5.  References  
  • Op8mal  voltage  trough  voltage  reduc8on  1.  The  op8mal  voltage  for  each  piece  of  equipment  is  generally  in  the  lower  range  of  its  nominal  voltage  2.  The  main  purpose  for  op:mizing  voltage  is  to  reduce  voltage  to  the  level  wich  is  op:mal  for  each  piece  of  equipment  3.  All  electrical  equipment  is  designed  to  operate  within  230  Volt  (V)  ±  10  %  4.  The  amount  of  voltage  actually  necessary  to  operate  the  equipment  is  typically  well  below  220  V  ^  Voltage  (V)  Time  (T)  >  230  215  •  Input  voltage  (grid  voltage)  •  Output  voltage  (load  voltage)  
  • Sinusoidal  voltage  with  INV  technology  Reducing  energy  consump:on  by  regula:ng  the  voltage  represents  an  established  method  of  cuZng  energy  costs  and  reducing  carbon  emissions.  Our  patented  INV    (Inducing  Nega:ve  Voltage)  method  does  this  efficiently.  Through  the  variable  inclusion  of  mul:ple  inductors  VVG  (Voltage  Vector  Combina:on),  auxiliary  voltage  is  generated  in  the  amount  by  which  the  line  voltage  is  to  be  reduced,  shi]ed  by  180  degrees.  The  combina:on  of  line  voltage  and  auxiliary  voltage  produces  the  desired  voltage  ^  Voltage  (V)  Time  (T)  >  •  Input  voltage  •  Output  voltage  •  INV  voltage  
  • Induced  Nega8ve  Voltage  Technologie  1.  Only  the  auxiliary  voltage  is  lost  2.  The  sinus  of  the  line  voltage  is  not  altered,  so  that  line  quality  is  not  affected  in  any  way  3.  Voltage  reduc:on  of  35  V  for  ligh:ng  circuits  and  20  V  for  working  circuits  in  intervals  of  2,5  V  each    Controller  Condi:onal  Voltage  Tansformer    ∑  Load  Power  angle  measurement  Transformed  voltage  Protec:on  
  • Scope  of  performance  1.  Reducing  energy  consump8on  by  regula8ng  the  voltage  2.  Specific  reasons  for  oversupply  3.  Op8mal  voltage  through  voltage  reduc8on  4.  Scope  of  performance  by  regula8ng  the  voltage  5.  References  
  • Discharge  ligh:ng  systems:  fluorescent  systems  and  HID  with  electromagne:c  ballast  Savings  poten8al:  18%  -­‐  21%  Time-­‐based  or  con:nuously  working  hea:ng  equipment  Savings  poten8al:  10%  -­‐  16%  Refrigerators,  freezers,  cooling  systems  and  compressors  Savings  poten8al:  8%  -­‐  18%  Kitchen  appliances,  coffee  machines,  tea  kegles,  toasters  and  microwaves  Savings  poten8al:  8%  -­‐  15%  Split  air  condi:oner  units  and  ven:la:on  systems  Savings  poten8al:  5%  -­‐  15%  Electronic  and  computer  equipment,  ligh:ng  systems  with  electronic  ballast,  air  condi:oning  systems  with  inverter  technology  Savings  poten8al:  0%  -­‐  1%  Performance  working  circuits
  • Fluorescent  T8  with  electromagne:c  ballast  Indoor  ligh:ng     Savings  poten8al:  20%  -­‐  25%  Fluorescent  PL  with  electromagne:c  ballast  Indoor  ligh:ng     Savings  poten8al:  20%  -­‐  25%  Compact  fluorescent  (CFL)  Indoor  ligh:ng         Savings  poten8al:  13%  -­‐  20%  Metal  halide  Indoor  ligh:ng/High-­‐rack  storage       Savings  poten8al:  15%  -­‐  22%  High-­‐pressure  sodium  (HPS)  Outdoor  ligh:ng       Savings  poten8al:  20%  -­‐  30%  Low-­‐pressure  sodium  (LPS)  Outdoor  ligh:ng         Savings  poten8al:  25%  -­‐  35%  Incandescent  and  halogen  Indoor  ligh:ng         Savings  poten8al:  10%  -­‐  20%  Fluorescent  T8  with  electronic  ballast  Indoor  ligh:ng     Savings  poten8al:      0%  -­‐      5%  Performance  ligh8ng  circuits
  • Quality  delivered  1.  Reducing  energy  consump8on  by  regula8ng  the  voltage  2.  Specific  reasons  for  oversupply  3.  Op8mal  voltage  through  voltage  reduc8on  4.  Scope  of  performance  by  regula8ng  the  voltage  5.  References  
  • Business  casesHeineken  Ligh:ng  savings:  23%  No.  of  loca:ons:  4    Payback:  <  2  years  Unilever  Extractor  fan  savings:  18%  No  of  loca:ons:  1    Payback:  <  1  year  McDonalds    Total  circuit  savings:  10.5  %  No.  of  loca:ons:  160    Payback:  <  3  years  Hotel  Alpendorf  Total  circuit  savings:  15.6  %  No.  of  loca:ons:  1    Payback:  <  3  years  Salzgi^er  Mannesmann  Ligh:ng  savings:  23  %  No.  of  loca:ons:  1    Payback:  <  1  year  Beaverbrooks  Retail  Total  circuit  savings:  19.9  %    No.  of  loca:ons:  65    Payback:  1.5-­‐3  years  IEC  Electric  Corpora8on  Total  circuit  savings  in  office  buildings:  12.4  %    No.  of  loca:ons:  1    Payback:  <  2.5  years  
  • Thank  you  for  your  a^en8onHyTEPS  Interna:onal  The  Netherlands  Binderseind  55a  5421  CH  Gemert  Jac  van  Megen  T:  +31  6  512  72  076  E:  j.vanmegen@hyteps.nl  www.hyteps.com  France  790  Route  d’Annecy  74600  Quintal