Power monitoring for data centers

StruxureWare Power Monitoring for Data Centers by Schneider Electric.

01/10/2013


StruxureWare Power Monitoring for Data Centers by Schneider Electric provides a full range of capabilities that enable the data center facility operations team to identify, respond to, and investigate the root cause of power system events; measure utility and facility power quality; measure power usage effectiveness (PUE); calculate power distribution losses; understand UPS and generator system power loading; and audit generator system testing. StruxureWare Power Monitoring for Data Centers actively monitors and analyzes the electrical power distribution infrastructure of a data center, including medium voltage, low voltage, and IT floor power. Comprising hardware, software, and communication components and integrated with professional services, all elements are modular and interoperable to provide better continuity of supply, enhanced safety, and easier installation. This solution offers compatibility with third-party systems, making it easier to leverage a facility’s existing investments. 

Schneider Electric

www.schneider-electric.com



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