Touch display interface

ASCO 5370 touch display interface facilitates management of an automatic transfer switch and critical power system, increasing power reliability, code compliance, and operational efficiency.

01/18/2016


ASCO 5370 touch display interface facilitates management of an automatic transfer switch and critical power system, increasing power reliability, code compliance, and operational efficiency. Courtesy: EmersonEmerson's ASCO 5370 touch display interface facilitates management of an automatic transfer switch and critical power system, increasing power reliability, code compliance, and operational efficiency. Energy, power quality, metering, and charts pages track, record, and validate a facility's energy consumption for demand-response programs. Event logging time-stamps and stores up to 1,000 events, and 128-bit AES encryption secures data. Downloadable events allow for sequence-of-events analysis and NFPA 110 transfer-testing compliance. The ASCO interface can be integrated into an ASCO 7000 Series automatic transfer switch or bypass transfer switch, and remotely in a convenient location. It can communicate with ASCO Critical Power Management and any building management system.

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