SMARTCOLLECT is a data management software for easy and safe measured data acquisition as well as data analysis focussing on energy management.  SMARTCOLLECT acquires, stores, visualises, evaluated as well as automatically reports all relevant consumption data of power, water, gas or heat. A modern graphic user interface permits intuitive and easy operation even in numerous measuring points. Functions and measuring points may be very easily supplemented at any time due to the modular design.


SMARTCOLLECT acquires measured data of the most varied devices in an easy manner and stores the same in an open SQL database. The software offers basic functionalities for data analysis and for easy energy monitoring. Acquired data may be combined in reports, stored or automatically forwarded. Further extension stages also acquire and visualise system quality data and include it in an EN50160 report.  The SCADA module permits the comprehensive graphical visualisation of plant, processes and procedures.


A sophisticated graphic user interface facilitates the easy and yet extensive operation of the software. The software may be used to its entire extent after a brief familiarisation period without any specific previous knowledge.

The scope of performance of the software in relation to functionality as well as the number measuring points may be easily extended at any time. This does not impair the data already obtained.

The basic PM10 module acquires measured data in an easy manner and stores it in an open SQL database. The module offers basic functionalities for data analysis and smooth energy monitoring and facilitates the preparation and dispatch of reports. Employing a sophisticated graphic user interface, SMARTCOLLECT provides clearly arranged software and is easily operated.

The PM20 module extents the basic PM10 module by varied visualising and analysis options for system quality instruments. The PQDIF files of system quality instruments are imported, converted and written into the database. Measured data may be issued as a report according to EN50160. Energy data may be allocated to cost centres and merged into reports in relation to a desired period of time. Variables like temperature, voltages or currents may be visualised in an overview report. Users can store these reports or forward them automatically via email. Camille Bauer and Gossen Metrawatt devices are easily and quickly integrated using merely a few clicks. Users select the desired device from a list of all devices and mark the variable to be measured by a mouse click.
After the export of PQDIF files from the system quality instrument, they are both unpacked and stored in the database and may also be stored on a hard disk in original format, if required. The PM20 module graphic interface permits visualising of the most varied measured values of an instrument. Easy device selection Cost centre and overview report Data visualising of different measured values

The PM30 module, in turn, builds on the PM20 module and supplements it to visualise plants, processes and procedures. Individual images, diagrams or drawings with live measured data, switching statuses and limit values may be linked to develop extensive visualising. Several SCADA images may be linked to each other, so that a change from one image to the next can be realised in the visualising mode. This enables more extensive visualisations than in a static picture, e.g. zooming into an image or running through a plant or building. Using the integrated designer, any background can be extended to become an individual SCADA overview image. Digital displays, analog indicators, signal lamps, switches, charts and many more items may be arranged as desired and inserted in the image. The high-performance graphic interface of the PM30 module permits simultaneous visualizing of several measured data of the most varied devices in a graph. Curve shapes and the type of visualising may be individually adapted.

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