Power and energy measurement

176 views
151 views

Published on

0 Comments
0 Likes
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

No Downloads
Views
Total views
176
On SlideShare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
1
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
4
Comments
0
Likes
0
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide

Power and energy measurement

  1. 1. ||Power and Energy Measurement: Worldwide Market Forecasts|| - First Editionhttp://www.aarkstore.com/reports/Power-and-Energy-Measurement-Worldwide-Market-Forecasts-First-Edition-190618.htmlRelated Report Links: Supraventricular Tachycardia (SVT) Therapeutics - Pipeline Assessment and Market Forecasts to 2019 Telehealth and Telemedicine - Global Opportunity Assessment, Competitive Landscape and MarketForecasts to 2018 Brachytherapy Devices - Global Opportunity Assessment, Competitive Landscape and Market Forecaststo 2018 Global Infectious Disease Testing Market Forecasts and Supplier Shares: US, Europe, Japan (DataPack) French Infectious Disease Testing Market Forecasts and Supplier Shares (DataPack) German Infectious Disease Testing Market Forecasts and Supplier Shares (DataPack) Italian Infectious Disease Testing Market Forecasts and Supplier Shares (DataPack) Japanese Infectious Disease Testing Market Forecasts and Supplier Shares (DataPack) Spanish Infectious Disease Testing Market Forecasts and Supplier Shares (DataPack) UK Infectious Disease Testing Market Forecasts and Supplier Shares (DataPack) US Infectious Disease Testing Market Forecasts and Supplier Shares (DataPack) Global Occult Blood Testing Market Forecasts 2010-2015 (DataPack) Global Pap Smear/HPV Testing Market Forecasts 2010-2015 (DataPack) Bariatric Surgery Devices - Global Pipeline Analysis, Competitive Landscape and Market Forecasts to2018 Sports Medicine Implants Market - Global Pipeline Analysis, Competitive Landscape and MarketForecasts to 2018 Toxoplasmosis Therapeutics - Pipeline Assessment and Market Forecasts to 2019 Diabetic Foot Ulcer Therapeutics - Pipeline Assessment and Market Forecasts to 2019 End-stage Renal Disease Therapeutics - Pipeline Assessment and Market Forecasts to 2019 Phenylketonuria Therapeutics - Pipeline Assessment and Market Forecasts to 2019Advanced power and energy measurement is already providing opportunities for certain functions incertain power supplies in certain applications. This report highlights where these functions, power
  2. 2. supplies and applications converge, and when they are likely to offer the greatest commercial prospects.Topics include:Background and Demand CharacteristicsUtility Demand ResponseOther Demand CharacteristicsMarket DriversWorldwide Power & Energy Measurement ForecastsApplication ForecastsWattage ForecastsPower Supply ForecastsSelected Company ProfilesAppendix A: Energy Management Systems: Conference ReportsAppendix B: Terms and AcronymsMeasuring real-time energy consumption, and adjusting power delivery at critical loads (as opposed tosimple “on-off” functions), are becoming increasingly important in today’s commercial, residential andindustrial environments. The ability to “fine-tune” energy usage requires sophisticated power monitoringand measurement techniques.Driven by such diverse trends as Zero Net Energy and data center infrastructure management, this typeof “advanced” power measurement has value in Distributed Power Systems, Metering, HomeAutomation, Industrial Automation, and Building Automation. The market for Power & EnergyMeasurement in these applications is projected to grow from 25.3 million units in 2012 to 108.4 millionunits in 2017, a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 33.8%.Each application has very specific dynamics, however, and is expected to grow at varying rates.Applications need different levels of advanced power measurement, for instance. In other cases, a singleapplication will provide several opportunities. “Smart” meters, for instance, will provide board-levelpower opportunities, with a subset of that market – “demand response” meters – leading to specificpower supply opportunities.Darnell has identified four markets that will benefit from advanced power and energy measurementfunctions: Embedded AC-DC Power Supplies, Power Distribution Units; Motor Drives; and TelecomRectifiers. Embedded AC-DC power supplies are a strong unit market with healthy sales between 2012and 2017. But all of these products have been targeted by companies making ICs for advanced powermeasurement functions; and they are all likely to be good markets, both in terms of market share andgrowth rates. Other power supplies, such as photovoltaic inverters and uninterruptible power supplies,are not forecast, but their role in this market is put in perspective.“Zero net energy” is one of the drivers that could lead to an increased need for accurate power andenergy measurement. Renewable energy micro-grids with decentralized management and control offer
  3. 3. increasing degrees of grid reliability, stability, and resiliency in the face of power outages. In thissituation, the role of the utility may expand over time to include both power management and powergeneration (exporting and importing power). Such power generation and management includes PVrooftops systems, PV/zero-energy homes and vehicle systems, and other distributed energy resourcesystems. Linking PV systems at the community level can offer some of the economies of scale of utility-scale PV applications. Many of these PV applications are already cost-effective for certain markets, andthey are likely to expand over the next few years. PV inverters, although not included in this forecast,represent a potential, longer-term market.At the front end, digital controllers are being designed with an integrated power factor correction (PFC)function to provide more accurate input power metering. These new PFC controller designs, along withnew current sensing ICs, could be used in ac-dc power supplies at the front end to “intelligently solveincreasingly complex power management challenges” in future smart grid applications. PFC is a functionthat could be integrated into power measurement products at the higher wattage levels where it hasbeen regulated and is required. PFC is not a requirement for power measurement, however, so not allproducts with PFC are candidates for such measurement.At a broad level, so-called “energy management systems” are being implemented in a variety of facilities,but not all of these systems are “critical” or complex enough to require dynamic power measurementand control. Economic factors will drive the “first wave” of implementations that can benefit from thesefunctions. Data centers, industrial facilities, commercial buildings, telecom sites, and utility demandresponse are some of the applications where such power monitoring and measurement are both neededand cost-effective. This report does not focus on power and energy management functions on the utilityside; it only addresses functions and equipment on the customer premises side, including commercialbuildings, industrial facilities and residences.Demand response is expected to be the underlying driver for utilities’ use of energy management andrelated power measurement systems. This includes smart meters, primarily. Although a single device, itsmeasurement use is spread over a number of applications that are frequently seen as separate markets,including smart appliances, home automation, photovoltaics, and electric vehicle charging. Concurrently,utilities are implementing energy management systems that can monitor, measure and control multipledevices in a variety of settings. Since precise energy usage and measurement is the goal, leading to ratereporting and adjustments, accurate data transmission is critical.Such demand characteristics are opening up a new market that Darnell calls “demand response” meters.This development is so new that companies are just beginning to consider it – making it a good “leading-edge” opportunity.Obstacles exist, however. Very few residences and other buildings currently make use of “smart devices”because standards for communications and capabilities are still being worked out. A major issue is thelow percentage of utilities with time-of-use (TOU) rates, which are considered necessary for smartappliance adoption and use. Several utilities are not planning to offer TOU rates for the general publicuntil the end of the forecast period, so smart appliances are expected to be a longer-term trend..
  4. 4. Digital power management is part of almost all energy management solutions, since “intelligent” datacommunication is an essential feature of these systems. Accuracy of data acquisition and powermeasurement is challenging from a number of perspectives, and its importance (and how precise itneeds to be) determines, in part, the market penetration rates used to derive a forecast. For instance, adata center may only need to be “accurate enough” but still cost-effective: going above 3% accuracy mayinvolve a significant cost-adder. Utilities will need more accuracy, on the other hand.Wattages will be a defining factor in the power measurement systems market, as well, with the higherwattages expected to have the higher sales. In certain applications, PFC is a function that could beintegrated into power measurement products at these wattage levels where it is required, for example.Due to their more complex architectures with multiple loads, Distributed Power Systems are already amajor market for general “energy management.” These are less price-sensitive markets, and they requirethe more sophisticated measurement and control offered by such systems. Servers, for example, needaccurate ac- and dc-power measurement, active calibration of dc current measurements, sufficient VRMslew rates to support advanced processor power management, and power system communication toensure that the entire system stays operational when redundancy is lost during “oversubscription”events. The efficiency improvements that come from power measuring and real-time optimization canoff-set the extra cost.Government regulations and trends such as zero net energy will drive the need for even more energyefficiency and precise power measurement. PFC is already regulated at certain wattage levels, and theSmart Grid is slowly getting standardized worldwide.Smart metering has dramatically increased the need for products that offer precise measurements inmulti-phase metering, while simplifying designs and reducing costs. And Energy Star has establishedenergy efficiency guidelines for servers, which will have an impact on data centers.Although still emerging, advanced power and energy measurement is already providing opportunities forcertain functions in certain power supplies in certain applications. This report highlights where thesefunctions, power supplies and applications converge, and when they are likely to offer the greatestcommercial prospects.Table of Contents :IntroductionBackground and Demand CharacteristicsUtility Demand ResponseOther Demand CharacteristicsZero Net Energy (ZNE)Standards and RegulationsDigital Power Management and Accuracy RequirementsMarket DriversPower Factor Correction (PFC)Worldwide Power & Energy Measurement Forecasts
  5. 5. Application ForecastsDistributed Power SystemsMeteringHome AutomationIndustrial AutomationBuilding AutomationWattage ForecastsPower Supply ForecastsSelected Company ProfilesAllegro MicrosystemsAnalog DeviceC&D TechnologiesCirrus LogicFairchild SemiconductorMaxim Integrated ProductsMicrochip Technology IncPulse ElectronicsROAL ElectronicsSTMicroelectronicsTexas InstrumentsAppendix A: Energy Management Systems: Conference ReportsAppendix B: Terms and Acronyms.List of TablesTable 1 – Worldwide Power & Energy Measurement Market, byApplication (millions of units)Table 2 – Worldwide Power & Energy Measurement Market, byApplication (excluding Metering) (millions of units)Table 3 – Worldwide Power & Energy Measurement Market, DistributedPower Systems (millions of units)Table 4 – Worldwide Power & Energy Measurement Market,Metering (millions of units)Table 5 – Worldwide Power & Energy Measurement Market, HomeAutomation (millions of units)Table 6 – Worldwide Power & Energy Measurement Market,Industrial Automation (millions of units)Table 7 – Worldwide Power & Energy Measurement Market,Building Automation (millions of units)Table 8 – Worldwide Power & Energy Measurement Market, AllApplications Excluding Metering, by Wattage (millions of units)Table 9 – Worldwide Power & Energy Measurement Market, byPower Supply (excluding Metering) (millions of units)List of Figures
  6. 6. Figure 1 – ADP1048 Advanced Input Power Monitoring Function, Block DiagramFigure 2 – Pulse Electronics Rogowski CoilFigure 3 – Worldwide Power & Energy Measurement Market, byApplication (millions of units)Figure 4 – Worldwide Power & Energy Measurement Market, byApplication (excluding Metering) (millions of units)Figure 5 – Worldwide Power & Energy Measurement Market, byApplication (market share)Figure 6 – Worldwide Power & Energy Measurement Market, byApplication (excluding Metering) (market share)Figure 7 – Where to Measure Power in the Data CenterFigure 8 – Cabinet Power Distribution UnitFigure 9 – Worldwide Power & Energy Measurement Market,Distributed Power Systems (millions of units)Figure 10 – Worldwide Power & Energy Measurement Market,Server by Power Supply (millions of units)Figure 11 – Worldwide Power & Energy Measurement Market,Storage by Power Supply (millions of units)Figure 12 – Worldwide Power & Energy Measurement Market,Network Equipment by Power Supply (millions of units)Figure 13 – Worldwide Power & Energy Measurement Market,Telecom by Power Supply (millions of units)Figure 14 – Electricity Meter Block DiagramFigure 15 – Worldwide Power & Energy Measurement Market,Metering (millions of units)Figure 16 – Monster Power Gateway and Power CenterFigure 17 – LG Electronics “Smart” AppliancesFigure 18 – Worldwide Power & Energy Measurement Market,Home Automation (millions of units)Figure 19 – Premium/Servo Industrial Drive ExampleFigure 20 – Worldwide Power & Energy Measurement Market,Industrial Automation (millions of units)Figure 21 – Site Controls Energy Management PlatformFigure 22 – Worldwide Power & Energy Measurement Market,Building Automation (millions of units)Figure 23 – Worldwide Power & Energy Measurement Market, AllApplications (excluding Metering), by Wattage (millions of units)Figure 24 – Worldwide Power & Energy Measurement Market, AllApplications (excluding Metering), by Wattage (market share)Figure 25 – Worldwide Power & Energy Measurement Market, byPower Supply (excluding Metering) (millions of units)
  7. 7. Figure 26 – Worldwide Power & Energy Measurement Market, byPower Supply (excluding Metering) (market share)Related Keywords : Power and Energy, Measurement, Worldwide, Market, Forecasts, First Edition, Aarkstore, Marketresearch reports, Market growth, Market size, Market trends, Market forecasts, Market analysis, Marketing report,Company reports, Company,Profiles, Company Information, Country,reportsFor More details about above & other Reports plz contact :PranaliAarkstore.comContact: Marketing teamMob.No.918149852585Email: enquiry@aarkstore.com , discount@aarkstore.comURL: http://www.aarkstore.comhttp://in.linkedin.com/in/aarkstorehttp://www.facebook.com/aarkstore

×