Panelboards for power monitoring

Powerlink has the ability to monitor and control circuits, panels, and lighting from one centralized location,

01/20/2017


Powerlink has the ability to monitor and control circuits, panels, and lighting from one centralized location, Courtesy: Schneider ElectricThe Powerlink Intelligent Panelboards combine plug load control, overcurrent protection, remote monitoring, and integrated metering capabilities in a compact solution. Embedded Web servers give Powerlink the ability to monitor and control circuits, panels, and lighting from one centralized location. The panelboards are designed with automated, schedule-based controls, and connected remote access. Users can access data, make schedule changes, view breaker status, and turn systems on or off. The Powerlink Measurement and Verification Panelboards (MVP) include integral branch circuit and main metering so facility managers can monitor energy use by circuit, zone, space, or lighting system. Energy use data can be reviewed through existing building management software or with specialized MVP software to isolate areas of waste and implement energy saving methods.

Schneider Electric

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