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Woodbridge, Ontario, Canada, 2012/09/04 - Factor Power, Inc. is pleased to announce the launch of our latest product: the Extreme Battery Monitor (XBM) - FactorPower.com.
After two years of development, testing and much feedback from the power community, the XBM uses the latest methods in communication, features a stylish and modular design, and with its simple plug & play installation, it will afford our customers unprecedented savings in time and money upon integration.
The XBM uses Split Core Technology, which allows the customer to install the product without having to take their system offline, which is an extremely important advantage. The SNMP and wireless functionalities allow the customer to observe their systems from wherever they are, whenever they want, from a laptop or mobile device.
The XBM allows you to monitor up to 4 strings and 250 cells at a time with one unit, with 9 different alarm types and 8 different types of measurements. The cost of the product is significantly less than the other mainstream products on the market. We have achieved this through the use of cutting edge technology and state of the art communication protocols.
This opens up battery monitoring to an entirely new sector by overcoming the prohibitively high costs of the past. A client using a single phase UPS can now monitor batteries, an unaffordable luxury and convenience ...until now!
System Features Include:
• Monitoring and data logging that provides a visual display of real-time battery parameters (graphs, data values, alarms);
• Programmable alarm limits;
• 365/24/7 event data logging;
• No PC required;
• Ability to view web interface on web enabled hand-held devices;
• Receive alarm condition changes via email;
• System status can be checked remotely;
• Ability to add specific communication modules depending on customer requirements;
• Current sensing implements dynamic averaging for quick and increasingly accurate readings;
• Settable host-name and static/dynamic IP addressing;
• On-board real-time clock with backup;
• Each sensor (current and voltage) implements an embedded DSC (Digital Signal Controller) for enhanced signal processing.
For more information, please contact:
Jay Kowlessar, Manager Customer Service x226 / Eric Roman, Senior Power Engineer, x224