Monitor for critical power systems

Emerson Network Power’s ASCO PowerQuest 2.0 - 5700 monitors and records essential data from any and all third-party devices regardless of function or manufacturer via alarm contacts and power metering.

05/20/2014


Emerson Network Power’s ASCO PowerQuest 2.0 - 5700 monitors and records essential data from any and all third-party devices regardless of function or manufacturer via alarm contacts and power metering. Courtesy: Emerson Network PowerEmerson Network Power's ASCO PowerQuest 2.0 - 5700 integrates four advances to improve onsite power monitoring and control. Features include a universal interface that simplifies monitoring, controlling and reporting on system status, and visualization of warnings. The dashboard and interface enhance the system's plug-and-play capabilities. ASCO PowerQuest 2.0 - 5700 now monitors and records essential data from any and all third-party devices regardless of function or manufacturer via alarm contacts and power metering using the ASCO 5212 Power Meter. Such devices encompass uninterruptible power supply (UPS) systems and static switches, and third-party support for automatic transfer switches (ATS). It also features a power quality suite that offers real time recording and dashboards for tracking power demand to determine remaining generator capacity, trending energy efficiency, and trending historical events and system operation to help predict the future.

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