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High demanding industries require a continuous supply of power, even in the most extreme or hazardous environment. To support the need, Schneider Electric India provides industrial power management devices that help to regulate the flow throughout the network. It helps the company exercise better control over the overhead machinery expenses, enhance safety and mitigate environmental impacts. The digital control system gives the feedback produced by several generators and the demands concerning control activities. It also provides analytical insights into the machinery system to enable power distribution. A power management system is regularly confused with energy-saving measures that one implements to conserve available energy. However, a power management system nowadays is a much more intricate topic to deal with. These systems not only promote efficient energy usage, but also reduce power demand, and in turn, reduce the risk of power shortage - an extremely harmful situation. Linked with an access control system, these energy management systems promote safety and security by reducing the risk of theft and fraud. The view of conserving energy and power is not only important in the case of promoting a green image but it can also reduce further costs involving carbon taxes and even managing carbon footprint. Schneider Electric India is one of the leaders in the domains of power management has actively strived to spearhead the revolution with a varied range of products and service offerings.Here are some of the reasons why you should invest in Schneider Electric India’s power management systems - 1) Efficiency - Continuously monitoring whether the power is balanced across all parts of your distribution system will help you optimize efficiency, avoid overloads, and recognize any potential faults in loads like motors. Monitoring for excessive neutral current can help in locating grounding problems and wasted energy. These systems also play a huge role in driving down costs incurred as well. 2) Equipment Monitoring - As facilities modernise to improve energy performance, the addition of new-age equipment increases as well. Identifying and mitigating any problems can help you ensure all equipment is operating at its best at all times. 3) Performance Analysis - Equipment across facilities regularly experience power disturbances that are short-lived, yet damage the system in the long-run. Systems can locate these disturbances and analyse the situation and respond to root causes.