Not Your Father’s Power Management

Advanced Multi-Circuit Monitoring Systems make high-end power management and analytics accessible, helping prevent downtime

Data Center Knowledge

October 1, 2020

1 Min Read
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Electrical metering has become common in data centers over the last decade. Tracking power usage at the facility and component level can help avoid downtime, lower energy costs, and optimize equipment utilization. However, the cost of deploying metering throughout a facility has typically limited the scope of deployments and prevented most facilities from achieving the full potential benefits.

Newer multi-circuit metering systems (MCMS) now offer affordable advanced metering capabilities such as waveform capture—at a lower cost, helping facilities prevent downtime events before they happen. In this whitepaper, you will learn about:

  • The evolution of metering and where the technology and market stand today, industry standards and requirements

  • The benefits and best-practices associated with metering deployment in a variety of data center environment

  • Key metering device attributes and why they matter, with an examination of different metering use cases

  • How new advanced MCMS products provide a less expensive, easier to install, feature-rich metering solution

With this information, data center organizations will be better able to make decisions that will help reduce costs, increase energy efficiency, and prevent unplanned downtime throughout the data center lifecycle.

Fill out the form below to Download our whitepaper to learn more! 

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