Janitza energy measurement technology. Made in Germany.

Nowadays, energy management is not only relevant for the environment and for society but is also a critical competitive factor. Only those who can keep a close eye on their energy consumption can reduce costs and increase efficiency.

This is a particular focal point for Janitza electronics GmbH, a german company based in the Hessian town of Lahnau which followed on in 1986 as a subsidiary of Eugen Janitza GmbH which was founded in 1961. The product range offered by Janitza provides complete system solutions for modern energy data management (e.g. ISO 50001), power quality and residual current monitoring.

Alongside measurement devices and software, Janitza also offers the associated services – a complete solution that guarantees efficient energy management. This includes: Energy measurement technology, class A network quality analysers compliant with standard EN 50160, energy management systems, digital integrated measurement devices, mobile power quality analysers, power factor controllers, harmonic filters and compensation systems. Alongside consultation and the development of technical solutions, Janitza also carries out commissioning, courses and training with customers and provides maintenance and support for the systems.

Our customers appreciate the consistent range of products and solutions for a modern energy management (e.g ISO 50001). Due to the scalability of products and solutions energy management systems of Janitza can also be introduced gradually.

Basically, the products of Janitza GmbH are of interest to all consumers of electrical energy. The products find application areas, for example, in industry, in commercial buildings, in utilities, in airports, supermarkets, universities, hospitals and data centers. But for smaller companies, the use of our products is lucrative. Global projects in all major market segments demonstrate our leading market position. Janitza GmbH has an export share of approximately 50% and sells its products in more than 60 countries worldwide.