Power Server can collect and store interval meter data.

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POWERLOGIC® combines industrially rated computer, power monitoring software, Ethernet gateway, and web server to provide consistent flow of energy information monitoring. Self-contained facility information server can provide local monitoring as stand-alone system, as gateway connectivity as part of corporate-wide system, or it can transfer data on-line. Up to 64 monitoring devices may be monitored by server. It features intelligent data publishing.



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POWERLOGIC® POWER SERVER FROM SQUARE D IS DESIGNED TO MEET THE RIGORS OF HARSH ELECTRICAL ENVIRONMENTS


POWERLOGIC® POWER SERVER FROM SQUARE D IS DESIGNED TO MEET THE RIGORS OF HARSH ELECTRICAL ENVIRONMENTS

Provides Consistent Flow of Energy Information

PALATINE, III. - December 18, 2001 - Looking for an unattended device to improve energy data collection and provide web interface? Square D has the answer with the new POWERLOGIC® Power Server. Industrial and large commercial customers who want simple local monitoring or have limited facility engineer resources, now have an easy-to-use power monitoring solution, that combines an industrially rated computer, power monitoring software, an Ethernet gateway and a web server into a simple, yet powerful, system.

The self-contained facility information server can provide local monitoring as a stand-alone system, as gateway connectivity as part of a corporate-wide system, or it can transfer data as a
key component in an on-line enterprise system. In any capacity, the Power Server functions as a communication gateway, web server and data concentrator connecting and displaying information for up to 64 monitoring devices in the POWERLOGIC system.

With a unique intelligent data publishing feature, the Power Server transmits energy and power quality information it collects, and automatically transfers it to the POWERLOGIC On-Line Web Service site. This makes it possible for individuals to analyze and monitor a large number of sites for strategic load aggregation and power quality decision-making.

The Power Server coexists on Ethernet networks as a MODBUS/TCP device gateway allowing interface to the POWERLOGIC and other monitoring systems. It can collect and store interval metering and monitoring data, which can be published online for remote viewing. Other capabilities can be added to the Power Server through Power Management Engineering Services, including paging and consolidation of all energy data (water, air, gas, electric and steam).

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