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May 13, 2014 - With Export-Events feature, CyTime™ SER-3200 and SER-2408 can share event data with Microsoft® Excel or other software. Export button on device's own Events web page allows user to choose how and where to save event records to csv file. Imported into Excel, event data can be analyzed, combined with similar data from additional SER devices, sorted, filtered, and correlated with other key information, such as captured waveforms, weather occurrences, or other external conditions.

Versatile CyTime Event Recorders Provide Easy Export to Excel


Cyber Sciences, Inc.
PO Box 10188
Murfreesboro, TN, 37129
USA



Press release date: May 1, 2014

Murfreesboro, Tennessee, USA— Cyber Sciences announces a powerful new Export-Events feature for the CyTime™ Sequence of Events Recorders, models SER-3200 and SER-2408, making it easy to share event data with Microsoft ® Excel or other software.  The Export function provides a quick and easy way to share and analyze SER data from a stand-alone SER application or complement Electrical Power Monitoring System (EPMS) software integrating a system of SER points. 

A simple "Export" button on the device's own Events web page allows the user to choose how and where to save event records to a csv file.  Imported into Excel, the event data can be analyzed, combined with similar data from additional SER devices, sorted, filtered, and correlated with other key information, such as captured waveforms, weather occurrences, or other external conditions. Knowing "what happened and when" is essential for root-cause-analysis to shorten outages--or prevent them.

Cyber Sciences, Inc. (CSI) is an innovative supplier of specialty products for the monitoring and control of electrical distribution systems in data centers, hospitals, electric utilities and other industrial, commercial and institutional facilities.  Key applications include sequence of events recording (SER) and GPS time synchronization, helping facility managers and engineers to ensure the safety, reliability and efficiency of their normal and emergency power systems.  Cyber Sciences is a privately-held corporation located in Murfreesboro, Tennessee, 25 miles southeast of Nashville.  For more information about the CyTime event recorders or other solutions from the company, please contact us at 1-615-890-6709, by email at sales@cyber-sciences.com or visit the company’s web site at www.cyber-sciences.com.
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