CETA continues to expand its presence throughout Australia, with the signing of 2 additional Systems Integrators. We are proud to welcome Bonlec and Power Systems QLD as the latest additions to our alliance of quality Systems Integrators.
CETA conducted an extremely successful webinar this week in an effort dispel some of the myths and confusion that exists around Pattern Approved Electricity Meters. Well in excess of 300 people registered for the Webinar, which appears to indicate a limited understanding by various stakeholders as to what Pattern Approval means. Formal feedback indicated that this Webinar topic and format was very well received.
CETA’s growing presence throughout Australia is testament to the quality of our products and the integration abilities of our SIs. National Channel Manager, Dennis Henry, said “It is very satisfying to work with such professional people, and I enjoy the frequent contact and challenge of assisting each Channel Partner to design cost effective EMS solutions according to individual project needs.”
CETA is proud to announce the signing of Western Australian Company, Leopard Controls. This relationship brings yet another quality Systems Integrator into the CETA group.
From 1 January 2013 electricity meters used for trade which measure under 750 MWh per annum must be pattern approved and verified. As electricity prices rise, consumers can be reassured that newly installed electricity meters are accurate.
Stage one of the Aspire Schools (Queensland) energy management programme was completed last year by CETA's Brisbane systems integrators, VRT Systems.
The development of a BACnet MS/TP (device level interface) addition to the PMC-53M meter is the result of a collaborative development between CET, China and Johnson Controls, Hong Kong.
The PMC-680i is an export version of the trusty PMC-680 that CET has been successfully using in China for several years. The make-over includes upgraded computing power, functionality and performance, as well as a change of form factor to the standard DIN 192 x 192.
Work has commenced on the construction of the ELF2C project at Wide Bay as part of the Australia wide ELF2C set of projects.
CETA's Brisbane based systems integrator, VRT Systems, is undertaking an upgrade of the Power Monitoring and Control System (PMCS) at the Amberley Air Force base in South East Queensland. Among other things, this includes the provision of the new PMC-680i power quality meter and data communications devices.