Critical power management system for mission critical facilities

Emerson Network Power has released a critical power management system.

05/24/2012


Emerson Network Power debuts its Critical Power Management System (CPMS) to the on-site power industry. A CPMS provides unparalleled monitoring and control of all critical systems within a hospital, data center, telecommunications site, or other mission critical facility or campus. CPMS monitors and controls transfer switches, paralleling control switchgear, gensets, circuit breakers, power distribution, and other gear so it can intelligently interact with a facility building management system. Also, it enables unlimited customization of monitoring and control throughout a facility or campus through the use of ASCO PowerQuest.

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