Connectivity interface

5170 Quad-Ethernet Module communicates information on real-time power monitoring, control and historical insight of automatic transfer switches, engine-generators, and a utility power source.

02/26/2016


5170 Quad-Ethernet Module communicates information on real-time power monitoring, control and historical insight of automatic transfer switches, engine-generators, and a utility power source. Courtesy: ASCO Power TechnologiesASCO Power Technologies' 5170 Quad-Ethernet Module is a connectivity interface for communicating information on real-time power monitoring, control and historical insight of automatic transfer switches, engine-generators and their loads, and a utility power source. With 5170 Quad-Ethernet Module, information on critical power events and alarms is available to facility managers through mobile devices when they are offsite. Email or text notifications would advise exactly what happened and whether onsite power started and powered up to feed loads. With 16 simultaneous data streams, the ASCO 5170 enables remote monitoring, control, transfer sequences, and data retrieval for testing in any format.

ASCO Power Technologies

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