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Do you know how to detect electrical fraud in an agile, cheap and simple way?

The easiest portable system for real-time fraud detection

MyCLAMP is a current clamp designed for the electrical fraud detection in Low Voltage overhead powerlines. By installing its free app together with wireless communications system,
the device allows you to compare the incoming current of any home with the outgoing current from the billing meter, detecting immediately any type of anomaly or fraud that may exist.


The three pillars of energy transition

Energy transition is a necessity rather than an obligation; to meet climate targets we must move towards a sustainable energy model that promotes the use of renewable energy sources.

Industrialised countries generate most of their electricity from conventional power plants, such as coal, gas or nuclear. These plants provide a huge economic benefit for the generating companies, where users pay for their energy needs by buying electricity and fuel from the relevant public utility companies. This form of supply is easy to use but often entails high costs and is quite inefficient in terms of the rational use of energy.

Energy transition is difficult but not impossible; the first step is to change the way energy is generated. For this, the generation points have to be decentralised. This energy model is known as Distributed Generation (DG). This system is based on generating energy at the same point where it is consumed, directly reducing network losses, which contributes to environmental preservation through the use of renewable energy sources.

Distributed Generation has multiple advantages compared to the conventional system, offering technical, economic and environmental benefits.


It improves the quality of the electric service because it reduces the probability of failure due to downed high-voltage power lines, as the percentage of use of those lines is reduced.

DG systems are modular and give the electric power distribution system flexibility. This means simple installation in a short time. It also provides the operating system with a great advantage, maintaining the flexibility of its total capacity, increasing or decreasing the number of modules.

DG reduces energy losses in the distribution and transmission lines. 


It avoids investment costs in transmission and distribution, generating a lower cost in electrical infrastructures and thus achieving operation and maintenance savings.

It reduces fuel costs due to improved efficiency in the case of cogeneration applications. These systems use waste heat for reuse in heating, cooling or to increase their efficiency by generating electricity, saving primary energy.


It reduces the emission of pollutants. DG favours self-consumption using in situ generation systems. This helps to reduce the consumption of primary energy from conventional sources by generating cleaner energy, like that from a photovoltaic system, and avoids emissions generated due to transmission losses from power plants to cities.

These systems can include multiple generation and storage systems, allowing generation by conventional systems to be shifted to solar or wind generation.

However, to achieve energy transition, it is not enough to decentralise the generation points and make use of clean energy sources, the way energy is consumed also needs to be changed. Therefore, success lies in changing consumer awareness and making rational use of energy resources.


Reducing energy consumption is based on the following three key pillars:

Electrical Energy Efficiency

This is the reduction in the power and energy required from the electricity system without it affecting normal activities carried out in buildings, industries or any transformation process. An electrically efficient installation enables its technical and economic optimisation, or rather a reduction in its technical and economic operating costs.

In short, energy efficiency involves:

  • Helping the sustainability of the system and environment by reducing CO2 emissions through optimisation of the energy demand.
  • Improving the technical management of facilities by increasing their efficiency and avoiding production downtimes and possible failures.
  • Reduction in both the economic cost of energy and the operation of facilities.

Electrical Energy Efficiency

Electric mobility

Energy transition is not possible without electric mobility; the electric vehicle is the future. Transition to the electric vehicle means a drastic reduction in greenhouse gas emissions. You only have to think about the difference in efficiency of a combustion engine and an electric motor.

An electric motor has an efficiency of around 95%, whereas a heat engine has an efficiency of around 30%. To travel 100 km, an electric car consumes three times less energy than a conventional vehicle.

This is based on the premise that the energy used by electric vehicles can come from clean sources, whereas the energy used by a conventional vehicle can only come from fossil fuels.

Electric mobility

Nearly zero-energy buildings (nZEB)

Consumption in buildings constitutes 40% of Europe's total energy. Reducing consumption in buildings is one of the main points of action to reduce energy dependence and thus comply with international agreements to slow down climate change.

This was the reason behind European Directive 2010/31/EU, on the energy efficiency of buildings, under which all member states must take steps so that as of 2020, all new buildings have nearly zero-energy consumption (2018 for public buildings).

Nearly zero-energy buildings nZEB have a very high level of energy efficiency and comfort, and very low energy consumption, coming mostly from renewable sources in situ or the environment.

Nearly zero-energy buildings (nZEB)

In short, energy transition involves a series of complex challenges to be addressed but, if managed properly, the benefits of the new energy model will help to halt climate change and improve everyone's quality of life.

New online webinars 2018

New online webinars 2018

CIRCUTOR continues to focus on training and specialized courses for professionals in the electric sector. For this reason, we publish new free online Webinars with the aim of publicizing the latest advances and innovations in the sector.

10 new Webinars distributed in 12 different dates

Don't miss the opportunity to keep up to date and acquire new knowledge on different current topics (limited places).

The new Webinars organized by CIRCUTOR are the following:

Energy management solutions

The new energy control and monitoring systems offer us easy tools to help our customers reduce their electricity bills. The webinar will detail the solutions required to carry out energy efficiency audits.


Harmonics: Problems and solutions

The presence of harmonics in distribution networks is increasing, causing a series of problems of deterioration in the quality of the voltage waveform, making it necessary to oversize the installations and causing significant additional losses.


Recharge of electric vehicle in public places

The emergence of Electric Vehicles (EV) has sparked a wide-ranging media explosion that encompasses energy, technology, economic and environmental aspects, which represents a great business opportunity in each and every one of these fields. One of the aspects that generates the most concern is related to the charging infrastructures and their availability

Solar Self-consumption for residential sector

Each consumer has a different demand curve, as well as specific situation in terms of access to the grid. To this end, CIRCUTOR has designed different solutions that adapt to each situation, offering optimum management of solar resources, optimizing efficiency, simplifying management processes and achieving the highest possible cost savings.

MYeBOX® portable analyzer operation

Energy audits have acquired substantial importance in the energy landscape. Therefore, having a portable analyzer will help users to carry out this audits and find real solutions to any problem that may appear in any installation.

Solutions for industry 4.0

Discover through the webinar the different solutions to improve productivity in the industry starting from 4 key axes: supply continuity, network quality, network analysis and saving through reactive energy compensation.

Hybridization of photovoltaic solar energy with genset units or power grid

To ensure a quality power supply at a competitive cost in the Basic Power Supply and not to depend on external sources for growing energy demands enables better control of the energy costs in the short and medium term. Self-Generation allows smart management in energy generation and demand.

Solutions for recharging electric vehicles in indoor car parks

The emergence of Electric Vehicles (EV) has sparked a wide-ranging media explosion that encompasses energy, technology, economic and environmental aspects, which represents a great opportunity in each and every one of these fields.

Microgrids management powered by renewable energies

Modern energy needs have caused the firm introduction of renewable energies, which is bringing about a profound change in the energy model as we know it.

Recharging Electric Vehicle with photovoltaic solar energy

The falling cost of solar photovoltaic energy installations, together with the rising cost of electrical energy to consumers, has accelerated the arrival of many types of solutions for photovoltaic energy installations.

Do you know how to compensate instantaneously without worrying about harmonics?

For all those installations where it is necessary to compensate instantaneously reactive energy, both inductive and capacitive without the need to install power capacitors, the solution is SVG series (Static Var Generator).

There are very particular cases where conventional capacitor banks cannot compensate the totality of the installation's reactive power or are not able to work properly due to network characteristics. The new SVG devices are capable of compensating instantaneously reactive energy in order to make an accurate adjustment of the cosϕ, avoiding penalties in the electric bill for both excess reactive inductive and capacitive energy (depending on the tariff system of each country).

The principle of operation of a Static Var Generator is to inject current in the opposite direction to that consumed by the installation, adjusting the cosϕ instantaneously, with a response time of 20 ms. In this way the device avoids the installation of power capacitors and all possible resonance effects in the network (increase of THD% level) that can damage the components of the installation.

This makes SVG ideal for its installation in situations where conventional equipment cannot compensate or work properly:

  • Installations with fluctuating loads
  • Installations with capacitive loads
  • Installations with unbalanced consumption (difference in consumption on each phase)
  • Installations with high harmonic distortion levels (THD%)
  • Lines with constant voltage fluctuations




More information: SVG. Static Var Generator  


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Video SVG. Static Var Generator

Marine applications: New devices certified with Lloyd's Register

CIRCUTOR offers a wide range of devices for measuring electrical parameters in analogue format with Lloyd's Register of Shipping approval.

This certificate becomes indispensable for the installation of measurement equipment in marine applications, ensuring the quality of our products by an independent entity of international recognition.

Lloyd's Register is the technical consulting, compliance and risk analysis organization that has been carrying marine products since 1760, inspecting materials for marine applications and applying its verification processes to provide this valuable seal of approval.

All the new certified models are defined below:

EC models for a.c. networks (moving iron), 90º scale
corriente alterna - hierro móvil

Voltmeters (6V...600V)

EC 48 (48x48mm)
EC 72 (72x72mm)
EC 96 (96x96mm)
EC 144 (144x144mm)

Ammeters (100mA...60A)

EC 48 (48x48mm)
EC 72 (72x72mm)
EC 96 (96x96mm)
EC 144 (144x144mm)

BC models for d.c. networks (moving coin), 90º scale
corriente contínua - bobina móvil

Voltmeters (60mV...600V)

BC 48 (48x48mm)
BC 72 (72x72mm)
BC 96 (96x96mm)
BC 144 (144x144mm)

Ammeters (100µA...60A)

BC 48 (48x48mm)
BC 72 (72x72mm)
BC 96 (96x96mm)
BC 144 (144x144mm)

Process indicators (60mV...600V and 100µA...60A)

BC 48 (48x48mm)
BC 72 (72x72mm)
BC 96 (96x96mm)
BC 144 (144x144mm)


ZC models for d.c. networks (moving coin), 240º scale
corriente contínua - bobina móvil

Voltmeters (60mV…600V)

ZC 72 (72x72mm)
ZC 96 (96x96mm)
ZC 144 (144x144mm)

Ammeters (100µA...60A)

ZC 72 (72x72mm)
ZC 96 (96x96mm)
ZC 144 (144x144mm)

Process indicators (60mV...600V and 100µA...60A)

ZC 72 (72x72mm)
ZC 96 (96x96mm)
ZC 144 (144x144mm)


New update available for Wibeee

Take control of your installation with a very simple approach

New update

CIRCUTOR offers a new update of the Wibeee platform, with new functions and a wider range of options to manage and control the consumption of electricity of your installation.

  • Automatically generated reports sent via e-mail
  • Data display customisation options
  • Customer or user management
  • Simulation of electricity bills


Wibeee is a consumption analyser connected via a Wi-Fi connection that displays instantaneous and historical data of your electricity consumption from any smartphone, tablet or PC through its app or built-in web server. It is the perfect tool to turn your electrical installation into an efficient installation, allowing you to control and view your savings.

Receive automatically generated reports via e-mail  

Always up-to-date:
Receive automatically generated reports via e-mail

Select any variable of your Wibeee devices, choose the frequency and how the data will be displayed (tables, bars or lines), so the system automatically sends e-mails to a pre-defined set of recipients with charts and tables of the variables you wish to control.
Manage your company's customers or users  

Greater control:
Manage your company's customers or users

Become the administrator of an account on the Wibeee platform and manage your own devices and those associated with your customers or other users. This means that you can register the accounts of other users and manage them from your account.
You choose how to display the data  

A higher level of detail:
You choose how to display the data

Select any variable of your Wibeee devices, choose the frequency and how the data will be displayed (tables, bars or lines), so the system automatically sends e-mails to a pre-defined set of recipients with charts and tables of the variables you wish to control.


Wibeee data display
Simulate your electricity tariff (Pricing)  

New performance features:
Simulate your electricity tariff (Pricing)

The platform features a new pricing system (beta version) that will allow you to apply the energy readings, different types of tariffs and contracts (for Spain), so you can fully control your power bill.

The tariff management function is currently in its beta/development version and is offered for free (subject to future modifications to the service terms and conditions).

Simulate your electricity tariff (Pricing)

In addition, enjoy all of these new features in the latest APP version

Download App Wibeee

Download App Wibeee

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




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