2021 has been a wonderful year for our team. We’ve been fortunate to stay busy throughout the year with several exciting projects for new and existing clients being started as well as major updates of two of our own products – Quasar Control Utility and Rapid Capture & Control.
We are also excited to have added new products to our range as we continue to build upon our goal of supporting our clients in analyzing and mitigating their power quality issues.
This year, our office officially closes for the Christmas break at midday on Wednesday 22nd December and we reopen on Monday 10th January.
Emails to email@example.com will continue to be monitored during this time and we will respond when possible. Our support contract clients can continue to contact us on (03) 343 9159 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you for your support
Thank you for your support this year.
We hope you have a safe and Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!
The Quasar team
Behind-the-scenes at Quasar
Earlier in the year, our team went to Paint N Sip and spent an amazing afternoon creating a beautiful mural that is now hanging in our board room. We had a lot of fun doing this and would highly recommend it to anyone – artistic abilities are not required!
We’ve also had a number of fun team challenges, birthday lunches and training days this year – find us on LinkedIn and Facebook for more photos of these.
We have two new portable meters available to enable users to quicky gather power quality information for their facility. The two new portable meters contain PM8000 power meters and gather information about a range of power quality issues including harmonics, volage sags/swells and disturbance direction detection.
Schneider Electric’s EcoStruxure Power Advisor is now available. Power Advisor uses advanced algorithms to analyse data from your Power Monitoring Expert system and provides bi-annual diagnostic reports with details of any gaps or issues in your power management system as well as power quality issues. If issues are found, the report also provides recommendations on how to correct these.
New products have been released in Schneider Electric’s PowerTag range of wireless energy sensors. PowerTag sensors plug directly onto circuit breakers or protection devices and monitor power and energy in real time.