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Trends in the energy efficiency 2017

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What are the trends in the energy efficiency sector for 2017

Still not up-to-date on the latest trends in energy efficiency? We are well into 2017 now, three years ahead of the target: 2020, but there are still people who have not had the chance to learn about the 20/20/20 commitment established by the European Union. What is the "20/20/20" commitment? In a nutshell, it is a commitment to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by 20%, reduce energy consumption by 20% through greater energy efficiency and, finally, promote the use of renewable energies until it reaches 20%.

Many companies around the world are developing new technologies in order to mitigate climate change and between all, create a sustainable future. Therefore, in honour of Sunday 5 March, World Energy Efficiency Day, CIRCUTOR is presenting you with the energy efficiency trends that are having the biggest impact in 2017.


BIG DATA. The classic "information is power"

BIG DATA. The classic “information is power”.

We are living in the AGE of information and communication, long gone are the days when you had to rely on endless books or paper records in order to look something up. A huge amount of data, of every kind, is now uploaded to the internet. With so much information around, the Big Data approach consists of recording as much information as possible and then processing it so that it can be analysed and acted upon accordingly. But what does Big Data have to do with Energy Efficiency?

With the technological advances in energy analysis; companies, utilities, businesses and homes now have, or could have, complete information about their consumption and its behaviour. In the past, we only had access to the figures that appeared on our electricity bills, now, with the new telemanagement systems and wireless consumption analyzers, we know instantly how much energy we are consuming. New technologies are therefore being developed that apply the Big Data approach, enabling us to perform an energy analysis with the aim of reducing consumption, thus improving energy efficiency.


Smart Cities. Cities that run themselves

Smart Cities. Cities that run themselves

Tokyo, New York, Zurich and Paris are leading the way as Smart Cities. Cities where they invest significant amounts in information and communications technology, where all data are logged, or changes or issues are managed remotely and instantly. The aim is to study the behaviour of the city so that its infrastructures can be improved.

As far as energy is concerned, the public authorities and utilities use telemanagement systems to collect consumption data from users and use this to generate an energy demand curve, thus increasing energy savings. There are also smart remote control systems, used for street lights, for example. Thanks to these, the amounts spent on electric energy consumption by the cities and towns in which we live are reduced.


Distributed generation in Smart Cities

Distributed generation in Smart Cities

For there to be a shift towards energy efficiency, it will be necessary to move from centralised generation to distributed generation. Up until now, electricity has been generated in power plants and transmitted to cities along high-voltage lines.

Distributed generation is a key part of a Smart City and it consists of generating electrical energy in the very point where it is going to be consumed. This term is also known as decentralised or in situ generation. By generating and consuming at nearby points you reduce transmission losses, while improving the management and quality of the grid.

So, in cities like those previously mentioned, it is common to see buildings with sets of photovoltaic panels connected to storage batteries.


The electric vehicle, a reality today

The electric vehicle, a reality today

The introduction of electric vehicles represents a massive shift away from mobility as we have known it until now. It not only offers numerous advantages, such as a reduction in air and noise pollution, better air quality in cities, reduced energy dependency, etc., but it also enables the use of electric energy management systems, which in turn enable smart charging, thus improving the overall efficiency of the electrical system.

Smart charging in off-peak hours allows you to flatten the demand curve, so the energy impact and cost are minimal as this occurs during the hours of least consumption. The situation can be further improved, where possible, by integrating the system with renewable energy projects.

Another of the benefits of integrating electric vehicles (EV) in cities is the energy storage function. At times of maximum demand, the EV could deliver energy back to the grid if necessary, thus optimising power generation infrastructures and electrical networks.


Electric energy management from your mobile

Electric energy management from your mobile

As we have seen above, Big Data is becoming an essential system for the energy control of facilities and homes. In recent years, various applications have emerged for mobile devices that allow you to take control of facilities and obtain information about how, where and when you are consuming energy.

In 2017, these applications will have to evolve so that they not only provide data, but also guide users in making decisions and adjusting their consumption through the data displayed on their wireless terminals, automatically helping them to determine how they are consuming energy. This will allow a user to know if their contract with the utility suits their actual needs and if not, they could then switch to one that benefits them financially.

In the future, these applications will connect users to their homes and facilities so that, even when they are not there, they can check any real-time data and even report any incidents that might increase their costs at the end of the month.


In short, this is just a brief summary of some of the biggest trends for this year in the electrical energy efficiency sector. The sector is moving towards information control and management, as well as improving how we use the energy at our disposal, and at CIRCUTOR, we invest time and money every day to play our part in these improvements.

SC3. New Split-core efficient transformer

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CIRCUTOR launches to the market the new SC3 efficient current transformer to read values up to 125 A, it is specially designed to be installed above any breaker. Its split core enclosure is the most notable feature because it is very easy to install since it does not need to have the power cables disconnected.

The SC3 transformer allows the opening of one side or both, allowing easy installation in any type of electrical switchboard, thus avoiding connection problems due to lack of space. In addition, the SC3 transformer has a secondary output of 250 mA, getting lower losses than a conventional transformer.

The SC3 transformer is fully compatible with CIRCUTOR's MC devices:


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Discover our new Energy Efficiency Kits

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Last 13 February saw the publication of Spanish Electric Code 56/2016 (RD 56/2016), a partial transposition of European Directive 2012/27/EU.

In essence, this decree mandates that certain companies must undergo periodic energy audits to improve their efficiency and thereby adapt to the criteria established by the European Union such as improve energy efficiency by 20%, reducing energy consumption and reducing emissions of greenhouse gases (mainly CO2).

More and more companies have started implementing Energy Management Systems (EMS), despite being exempt from this type of audit. Their efficient energy management begins with recording consumption classified by use (lighting, heating/cooling, power,etc.) as well as interacting with the installation to avoid fines for exceeding maximum demand or consumption of reactive energy, in line with the new directives and keeping a step ahead of possible future expansions.

To facilitate this process, CIRCUTOR provides its clients with its new Energy Efficiency Kits. Their main advantage is the inclusion of an energy data logger (EDS), along with various measurement and control units. Each kit can record and monitor energy measurements for more than one year and is equipped with various SCADA screens designed by CIRCUTOR to be used on a PC, Tablet or Smartphone.

Users can work with these predefined screens to configure the information of their installations, margins for alarms and e-mail addresses for automatic delivery of the latter. In sum, any user can install the kits without needing to know how to program.

Reactive Kit for energy efficiency

Reactive Kit for energy efficiency

It benefits from the attractive payback of a capacitor bank and features a built-in energy efficiency system.

CIRCUTOR's capacitor banks can feature the Reactive Energy Efficiency Kit as an option. The kits are composed of: a reactive energy regulator which, in turn, is a powerful power analyzer; an EDS energy efficiency manager; a special SCADA application; and a web server.

Reactive Kit for energy efficiency

You only need an Internet connection

Simply connect the unit via an Ethernet connection to control the main electrical parameters of the installation from your PC's browser.

The SCADA application loaded in the EDS informs the user when and how the main energy costs are being produced, in real time or time-delayed. This information is vital to analyse and reduce unnecessary consumption.

  • Control the daily and monthly cos phi value, energy consumed, instantaneous active power and maximeter.
  • Learn more about the consumption curve, with the purpose of contracting the electric tariff with a cost/kWh that best suits your profile.
  • Record and monitor CO2 emissions.
  • Easy alarm setup on the screen and via email, with the purpose of avoiding reactive energy consumption and maximeter penalties.
  • Locate and avoid unnecessary consumption.
  • View the levels of current, voltage and harmonics.
  • Assign the relay outputs of the EDS to the maximeter measurements and configure visual or sound alarms.

Reactive Kit for energy efficiency

Essential Kit for energy efficiency

Essential Kit for energy efficiency

The easiest way to control and reduce your consumption. 

The Essential Energy Efficiency Kit is a compact unit that features: up to 5 power analyzers; an EDS energy efficiency manager; a special SCADA application; and a web server.

Essential Kit for energy efficiency

We make it easy for you.

The kit is supplied mounted in an enclosure, fully wired and with current transformers. Simply connect the unit via an Ethernet connection to control up to 5 independent lines from your web browser (for example, General, Air-conditioning-1, Air-conditioning-2, Lighting and Power).

The SCADA application loaded in the EDS informs the user when and how the main energy costs being produced, in real time or time-delayed. This information is vital to analyse and reduce unnecessary consumption.

  • Control the total consumption of the installation and in the main lines of the building, office, company, etc.
  • View the consumption curve, with the purpose of contracting the electric tariff with a cost/kWh that best suits your profile.
  • Record and monitor CO2 emissions.
  • Easy alarm setup on the screen and via email, with the purpose of avoiding reactive and excess power consumption penalties.
  • Analyse historical data to find and avoid unnecessary consumption in your installation.
  • Assign the relay outputs of the EDS to the power measurements and configure visual or sound alarms.

Essential Kit for energy efficiency

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CirBEON. Optimal solution for domestic charging of electric vehicles

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When you are charging an electric vehicle your domestic electrical installation will consume more energy and, sometimes, this may cause supply interruptions and force you to upgrade your electrical installation to avoid exceeding the contracted power.

The new eHome CirBEON intelligent system is the latest advance in electric vehicle charging, allowing you to leave your vehicle charging and carry on using electrical appliances and other loads as normal, without having to worry about a thing.

eHome CirBEON dynamically adjusts the electric vehicle's consumption, according to the installation's maximum total consumption and allocates the power available at each moment to the electric vehicle, taking advantage of periods of low consumption by allocating more power to charge the electric vehicle. This avoids any interruptions to the electrical supply and there is no need to increase the contracted power of your home.

  CirBEON. Solución para la recarga de vehículos eléctricos


eHome CirBEON

Optimal solution for domestic charging.
Dynamic power adjustment
The vehicle’s battery is always full
eHome CirBEON
Intelligent sensor for controlling the vehicle’s charging power. Installed in the main circuit breaker, it detects the power consumed and acts on eHome Wallbox to not exceed the maximum contracted power.
eHome WallBox
Vehicle charging station. It reduces or increases the power consumed in the charging of the electric vehicle, depending on the instructions of the eHome CirBEON sensor, thus preventing outages due to power excess.

Energy efficiency kits

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Reactive energy efficiency kit

It benefits from the attractive payback of a capacitor bank and features a built-in energy efficiency system.

CIRCUTOR's capacitor banks can feature the Reactive Energy Efficiency Kit as an option. It is composed of a reactive energy regulator, which also acts as a powerful power analyzer, an EDS energy efficiency manager with an embedded SCADA application, designed for energy management, and a web server.

The main advantages of installing the Reactive energy efficiency kit are:

  • Avoid reactive power and maximeter consumption penalties, receiving alarms via email or on the screen.
  • Locate and avoid unnecessary consumption.
  • Control the daily and monthly cos φ value, energy consumed, instantaneous active power and maximeter.
  • Check the consumption and cost/kWh load curve to contract the most adequate electricity tariff for each profile.
  • View the current, voltage and harmonic distortion levels (THD).
  • Register and monitor the CO2 emissions.
  • Assign the relay outputs of the EDS to the maximeter measurements and configure visual or sound alarms.

Reactive energy efficiency kit

Essential energy efficiency kit

The easiest way to control and reduce your consumption.

The Essential Energy Efficiency kit is a compact unit that hosts 5 power analyzers to measure and control energy.

The embedded SCADA application of the EDS provides data to the user about how and when the main energy is being consumed in real time (on-line) or time-delayed (off-line), showing and recording all vital information to perform energy analyses, with the purpose of reducing or eliminating unnecessary consumption.

The main advantages of installing the Essential energy efficiency kit are:

  • Control the total consumption of the installation and in the main lines of the building, office, company, etc.
  • Analyse historical data to find and avoid unnecessary consumption in your installation
  • View the consumption and cost/kWh load curve to contract the most adequate electricity tariff for each profile.
  • Avoid reactive power and excess demand consumption penalties, receiving alarms via email or on the screen.
  • Register and monitor the CO2 emissions.
  • Assign the relay outputs of the EDS to the maximeter measurements and configure visual or sound alarms.

Essential energy efficiency kit


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CVM-NET 4+. Complies with the Energy Efficiency standards

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Current situation

The current market standards establish the guidelines for the implementation of new systems that can manage consumption data, with the purpose of knowing how and when our installations are consuming energy.

The new European Directive 27/2012 EU will come into force during 2015, establishing a national objective for improving the efficiency of large companies. This obliges installation managers to have verifiable and quantifiable data about the different energy uses of their installations.

This information will be vital for achieving a better understanding of how each installation behaves and for controlling such behaviour, since one of the key objectives is to achieve a 20% reduction in the energy consumption of these installations.

These companies are obliged to perform external audits to corroborate the compliance of their systems with the new standards. Therefore, these companies have the option to install their own Energy Management System (EMS) as an alternative to performing an external audit.

In addition, some standards, such as ISO 50001, also applicable to SMEs, already recommend these types of systems with the purpose of measuring and quantifying the consumption of energy per zone and type of use, which are useful for the continuous improvement of different energy processes and systems.

When addressing how the system must be installed, the features of electrical installations are not always constant, i.e., many different single-phase channels often exist in switchboards. To this end, units that can measure different types of lines in a reduced space must be installed, avoiding the installation of new measurement sub-panels.

This is quite a critical point, since significant investment will be required to adapt the measurement system if the consumption analyzers cannot be installed in existing panels.


The new CVM-NET4+ multi-channel power analyzer has been specially designed for multi-channel applications in existing panels, providing information on over 750 electrical variables for the complete management of installations.

Read about its advantages:


Less space - Saves time - Reduces costs
  • 4 to 12 analyzers in a single unit
  • Simultaneous measurement of single and three-phase lines
  • Data centralised in a single measuring point
  • Use of MC1 and/or MC3 efficient transformers.



CVM-NET4+-MC-RS485-C4 is a multi-channel power analyzer with compact dimensions that can measure up to 750 electrical variables with a centralised approach.

Its versatile configuration options enable you to take measurements from single-phase systems, three-phase systems or a combination of both.

The unit features a single threephase voltage input, saving time during its installation, in addition to combining up to 12 configurable current measurement channels, through the MC efficient current transformers.

The data gathered by the analyzer is transmitted via the RS-485 communications bus with the Modbus/RTU protocol to the supervision SCADA (PowerStudio / PowerStudio Scada / PowerStudio Scada Deluxe).

  • Over 750 electrical parameters.
  • DIN Rail format.
  • Size of only 6 modules.
  • Reads 12 single-phase channels or a combination of these channels with three-phase current channels.
  • Current measurement with efficient transformers of the MC series (.../250 mA).
  • RS-485 Communications (Modbus RTU).
  • 4 programmable digital outputs.
  • Sealable.
  • Compatible with PowerStudio / PowerStudio Scada / PowerStudio Scada Deluxe software.

1. Installation

Saves space

Space restrictions often arise due to the large amount of units and wiring. Therefore, CVM-NET4+ features a connection mounted on a DIN rail, with a 6-module housing, which can be adapted to any type of electric panel.

Saves space

Saves time

Thanks to its design, CVM-NET4+ features a single voltage measurement connection, avoiding the connection of 12 lines at the same time, i.e., it is the ideal measurement solution for switchboards.

The use of efficient transformers of the MC1/MC3 series helps quickly connect the current channels, in addition to achieving a lower consumption than conventional transformers.

Saves time

Reduces costs

Save money by installing a single unit instead of up to 12 singlephase analyzers, 4 three-phase analyzers or a combination of both types of analyzer. CVM-NET4+ offers the same performance features in a single unit. 

In addition, you will be able to send information via Modbus RTU to the PowerStudio Scada electric energy management and monitoring software with a single communication cable (RS-485).

Reduces costs

2. Configuration

With a size of only 6 modules, the unit can combine 12 measurement channels (single or three-phase), offering a highly versatile unit. Therefore, the consumption of different lines can be measured, grouping this data through the PowerStudio, PowerStudio Scada or PowerStudio Scada Deluxe platforms. 

With such a configuration, detailed consumption reports can be prepared by zone and type of use, creating a system that is adapted to the new requirements and standards, such as the EN 16247 Standard or the new European Directive 2012/27/EU.

In addition, the unit features 4 relay outputs, so the CVM-NET4+ can control loads or alarms to improve the management of the installation. 

The versatility of the unit offers multiple configurations in a single unit:


Application examples:

Repair shops

Repair shops







Products associated with CVM NET 4 +

 PowerStudio Scada and PowerStudio Deluxe electric energy management and monitoring software Efficient three-phase measurement transformers, specially designed for modular electric panels 


PowerStudio Scada and PowerStudio Deluxe electric energy management and monitoring software 

For some time now, CIRCUTOR has been developing robust and reliable tools that transfer electrical parameter or consumption information from remote measuring units or laptop devices to a centralised system where the data gathered can be checked and processed. This tool is called PowerStudio Scada and it covers all the necessary options for analysing the data gathered and taking decisions to make your installations energy efficient.

Efficient three-phase measurement transformers, specially designed for modular electric panels

The MC measurement system offers significant advantages to professionals during the power analyzer and meter implementation and installation phase in electric panels.

The MC3 system is composed of three efficient transformers in a compact arrangement; its dimensions make it a simple and innovating system for 63A, 125A and 250A panels.

The MC1 system allows line extensions in electric panels, by simply changing the transformer secondary, as it is a compact multi-range system.


PUE Efficiency Calculation Scale

CIRCUTOR's headquarters are located in Viladecavalls (Barcelona) and they are a good example of the implementation of an Energy Management System (EMS).

We can classify the different types of consumption by zone and type of use thanks to the measurements taken by units such as the CVM-NET4+. Therefore, the task of classifying the types of consumption is relatively simple, always taking into account where, how and when electrical energy is consumed, helping take decisions associated with the improvement of electrical energy efficiency.

The installation is controlled with PowerStudio Scada energy management software, which can monitor data, produce graphics, tables, Scada screens, reports and alarms, recording all parameters in a database to guarantee system traceability.

In addition, another good example of where the application is used are the data processing centres (DPCs) in which the PUE (Power Usage Effectiveness) is calculated as a variable that measures the efficiency of data centres.

To do so, the three-phase load measurements, such as the input power of the server room, UPS and air conditioning system power, must be combined with the single-phase loads, such as the consumption of the servers at the UPS output. Therefore, data associated with the PUE and UPS losses is gathered, i.e., data on the efficiency of the system.

Energy management system


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Have you heard about the self-reclosing RCCB REC3?

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You don’t have to throw more food away from your fridge after a weekend getaway.

Who never has come late at home on Sunday after spending weekend away with the family? This weekend getaway that you really needed to disconnect from work, you have just arrived at home, wishing to sit on your couch ... wait a minute! You have to clean the fridge...

By installing our self-reclosing RCCB REC3, you won’t worry about the power off again, don’t be afraid if food spoils

REC3 have a self-reclosing system which automatically returns the power when you have a power failure. If it detects that the problem persists, REC3 open the circuit permanently to keep safe your installation.

REC3 is smart, simple, easy to use and especially safe; is the solution that will make your life easier. Don't worry if the power is off, REC3 restores it.

And enjoy your weekend!


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Don't worry, it will be back

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REC3, interruptor diferencial autorearmable


If the power is off,
REC3 restores it

If the power is off, REC3 restores it

    The REC3 range features 2 or 4-pole RCCBs, associated with a smart resetting motor, which resets the RCCB automatically, protecting the electrical installation and persons.    


Continuity guarantee   Plug & Play. Fixed sequence   Rapid statusmonitoring   Spacesaving
Continuity guarantee
de servicio

Plug & Play.
Fixed sequence

  Rapid status


It is installed as any other RCCB. No additional connections between the motor and switch are needed.  

Mechanism on the front panel used to switch the RCCB ON/OFF, reset the resetting counter and lock the unit.

  Locking system that sets operation to the automatic or manual mode. Sealable.


Keeps the installations
always at full

Housing   Services   Industry
Second homes, refrigerators, alarms,garage doors, etc.   Air conditioning, refrigerating chambers,lighting, UPS, etc.   Control of production processes, etc.
Second homes, refrigerators, alarms, garage doors, etc.  

Air conditioning, refrigerating chambers, lighting, UPS, etc.

  Control of production processes, etc.


Incredibly easy to install

Complies with all requirements for household and similar automatic resetting devices described in the EN 50557 Standard..

REC3 installation   REC3 installation   REC3 installation

Disconnect the main switch of the installation (IGA). ¡Important! Do not tamper with the voltage circuits.

Next, remove the protection cover from the electric panel.


Disconnect the RCCB to be replaced from the terminal.

Replace it with the new REC3 self-resetting switch.

Connect the input and output terminals of the switch. It is now installed!


Finally, connect the IGA.

Press the TEST key to check the correct operation of the REC3 before putting the protection cover back on.

Put the protection cover back on the electric panel to complete the installation. As easy as it looks.






WiBeee: Your consumptions in the palm of your hand

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An efficiency expert always with you

In the current era of information, energy consumers must be able to obtain data on their electrical consumption, in order to be able to take action to improve the energy efficiency of their installations and to make substantial savings in their electricity bill.

Likewise, due to the difficulty of obtaining consumption data from the installed electronic meters, users do not have the chance to react before receiving their electricity bill.

To help us therefore understand how we consume energy and how to reduce consumption, CIRCUTOR is launching one of the most innovative products on the market in recent years: Wibeee.



What is Wibeee?

Wibeee is a consumption analyzer (single-phase or three-phase), which uses a Wi-Fi wireless connection for obtaining electrical data to facilitate decision-making when it comes to understanding the use of electrical energy.

The unit can be attached to any part of the installation, which helps you to detect any problematic points where energy is not being used efficiently, thus making a significant contribution to the reduction of energy consumption via the remote activation of alarms when the desired limits are surpassed.

In short, Wibeee is the ideal tool to make your electrical installations efficient, for finally taking control and deciding where to spend your money. Finally, a device with personality. Wibeee displays everything you couldn't see before.


Once connected via Wi-Fi, you can immediately access the instantaneous data using your smartphone, tablet or PC, which allows you to view your electrical consumption in real time. In addition, Wibeee also sends all of the data to a server in the cloud server so that you can view and compare the various past consumption logs in a user-friendly manner.

With Wibeee you will no longer get a surprise with your electricity bill, learning to manage your consumption in a simple way.

Cable-free. Wireless system


Accurate measurement

Wibeee. Cable-free. Wireless system

  Wibeee. Accurate measurement
The entire system has been designed to monitor information over wireless communications networks. Nothing can come between Wibeee and you.  

You may be thinking that such a simple installation could result in loss of measurement accuracy, but that is not the case. Wibeee has a minimal error percentage and so is able to maintain the measuring guarantee that CIRCUTOR units have always been known for.


How will it help you?

Wibeee shows you the instantaneous and past electrical consumption data using any smartphone, tablet or PC, with the help of its integrated web server or via the free Wibeee Circutor app, available for iOS or Android. In other words, it enables a direct Wi-Fi connection so that you can view your data.

It is also possible to configure the consumption analyzer so that it sends the data automatically to a cloud server in order to log the data. With Wibeee connected to the Internet, you can view instantaneous and past data using your smartphone or via alerts configured by your smartphone. Connect to the web platform to consult your data, carry out analyses, configure your user profile, etc. The logs of the analyzer in the cloud are also fully integrable with any platform on the market.

Wibeee is therefore the ideal tool for making your electrical installation efficient, controlling and showing your savings and helping you to take the right decisions in terms of managing energy efficiency.

Consumption control, electrical savings


Comparisons are not tedious

Wibeee. Consumption control, electrical savings

  Wibeee. Comparisons are not tedious
Wibeee collects the necessary data on electricity consumption and helps you interpret them, know your consumption profile and save on your energy bill.  

Wibeee lets you analyse your installation(s) by making comparisons between more than one Wibeee or between different periods of time, if you wish. It lets you confirm that the actions you take for energy savings are getting their expected results.


It couldn't be easier to install, it's as simple as putting a magnet on your fridge!

The installation of any electrical metering unit can be a complicated task as it requires wiring space and time. Wibeee is extremely easy to install: in ten seconds it's done.

Our technology, which is attached via a clip, is based on the patented system DINZERO and consists of attaching the unit easily to the cable or simply to the upper part of an MCB (miniature circuit breaker). Once switched on, it will begin to convert the measured parameters into information that can be sent via a wireless connection.

Complex installations


Installing Wibeee

Avoid complex installations with Wibeee

  Installing Wibeee
Other systems require cabling of devices in small spaces with loss of accuracy and danger of electrocution.  

Just remove it from the box and place it near the switch. No transformers and auxiliary receivers and with the required precision.

Patented system. New technology


Wibeee. Patented system. New technology

  Wibeee. Patented system. New technology

Wibeee takes up no space. It's true.
No space in your electric switchboard.


It fits perfectly in any electric switchboard with absolutely no cabling.


How can you interact with Wibeee?

Wibeee logs the electrical parameters of the installation so that you can view them from wherever you want: from the computer in your office, via smartphone from the café on the corner or from your tablet lying on your sofa at home. Wibeee can also be integrated with the other devices that are compatible with the PowerStudio SCADA system.

The data will be logged in CIRCUTOR's cloud server or can be sent to your own local server, giving you the option of choosing the system that best meets your needs. Once the data has been logged, you can then access it via the following means:

Wibeee logs the electrical parameters of the installation




Device built-in web application for configuration and data monitoring. Query using the device's IP.


Web server application with database in the cloud. Query via wibeee.circutor.com



PowerStudio SCADA

Application specially designed to be used on Android and iOS mobile devices. Consumption control from everywhere.


Compatible with the management and data monitoring system. Can be integrated with the other units in your installation.

App Wibeee CIRCUTOR. Take control from your smartphone and tablet

The Wibeee Circutor app is used to register all of your Wibeee units to be installed, as well as to monitor consumption and other electrical variables in real time, or to view past data logs that the units have been logging in the cloud.

Wibeee Circutor allows you to connect your smartphone or tablet to the SSID network of each Wibeee, which will display some simple graphical steps showing you how to install the units, add them to groups and subsequently monitor them.


Once the unit has been configured, you can control it from any point in the installation, with no effort whatsoever, being able to check the status of your installation, past consumption and alerts such as excessive consumption of reactive energy, tripping of protection elements or faults in the capacitor bank.




Download App Wibeee


Descarga App Wibeee 

Wibeee CIRCUTOR portal. Take control from your PC

Once you have installed the Wibeee consumption analyzer, it will begin to send data to the cloud server. This data will be stored there so that you can view it at any time without needing to be connected to your own unit. You can also configure the unit via the web portal, generate alarms or compare consumption data with other Wibeee analyzers that you have installed.

Wibeee CIRCUTOR Portal

Once registered on the platform, you can access the various screens for managing and comparing your consumption data.

Individual management

The web platform shows you a general summary of consumption (energy, CO2 emissions and cost in euros), with the option of creating an alarm for excessive consumption.

You can also view incremental graphics of active power, cost and emissions (as well as exterior temperature from an external server) for any period, as well as being able to export the data in Excel format and view a summary of costs for the selected period.

General summary of consumption with Wibeee

From the web portal you can also view data logs for electrical variables such as: voltage, current, apparent power, active power, reactive power, active energy, reactive energy, frequency and power factor in any period.

View data logs for electrical variables with Wibeee


Once the different Wibeees have been registered, you can make comparisons between them to see which is the most efficient and what level of consumption is being logged by each one. This feature is incredibly useful in installations with a similar topology as the one that manages energy the best can serve as an example for the rest, helping to change bad usage habits.

In addition, if you install a number of Wibeee analyzers in one installation, you can segment the consumption data by use (lighting, air conditioning, power etc.) and check how and when you consume energy.

Control of devices with Wibeee




For more information, please do not hesitate to log on free of cost to our Wibeee portal:




Consumption analyzer WIBEEE (datasheet, manual, catalogue, etc.)


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