Press Release Summary:
POWERLOGIC CM4000 has sealed case design and can be transported to various locations within facility. It is suitable for temporary monitoring, or where existing switchgear will not accommodate permanent installation of circuit monitors. Base unit includes detachable display and all necessary cables, while upgrade option adds high-speed transient detection capabilities.
Original Press Release:
POWERLOGIC® PORTABLE CIRCUIT MONITOR FROM SQUARE D IDEAL FOR POWER SYSTEM SURVEYS
PALATINE, III. - February 12, 2002 - The POWERLOGIC Series 4000 Circuit Monitor has been called the most powerful permanently mounted circuit monitor in the industry. Now, thanks to a rugged, sealed case design, the unique capabilities of a CM4000 can be transported to various locations within a facility. This portable power monitoring unit is ideal for temporary monitoring, or where existing switchgear will not accommodate permanent installation of circuit monitors.
Designed for dependability, the highly accurate portable circuit monitor is well suited for both energy and power quality disturbance monitoring. The base unit also includes a detachable
display and all necessary cables, while an upgrade option adds high-speed transient-detection capabilities. Other options include an Ethernet interface with Web pages and a high temperature adaptation.
Located in LaVergne, Tenn., the Power Management Organization was created within Square D in 1989 to develop, design and market power monitoring and control systems and analytical
services. The Power Management Organization offers a full range of products and services, including power monitoring hardware and software, lighting control hardware and software and a variety of engineering services.
SQUARE D is a market-leading brand of electrical distribution, industrial control and automation products, systems and services, and is the flagship brand in the U.S. for the North American Division of Schneider Electric. SQUARE D products are found in all types of residential, commercial and industrial construction, in a wide range of manufacturing and processing
facilities, and in or on the products of other manufacturers. Schneider Electric, headquartered in Paris, France, is a global electrical industry leader with 2000 sales of approximately $9.7 billion.