Packet Power Blog

When good enough can be great: Current-only vs Full Power monitoring

Posted on Tuesday, February 12, 2019 by Packet Power Team

You've decided to monitor energy use in your facility. The good news is that you've got a number of options to do this. The not-so-good news is that the options can sometimes seem overwhelming. One such choice is to monitor current only or full power.  So when is current alone good enough?

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Topics: Packet Power, power monitoring, branch circuit monitoring, Power basics, selective circuit monitoring

Split core CTs and why size matters

Posted on Tuesday, January 8, 2019 by Packet Power Team

Current transducers (CTs) are a critical component of power monitoring. They come in a variety of formats, sizes, current ratings and accuracy levels.  The aspect we would like to focus on here is size, specifically inside diameter.  

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Topics: Packet Power, power monitoring, branch circuit monitoring, Power basics, selective circuit monitoring, Current Transducers (CTs)

New Packet Power products deliver cost-effective, time-saving BCMS solutions

Posted on Tuesday, October 31, 2017 by Alan Katz

Packet Power is excited to add two models to our set of branch circuit monitoring retrofit solutions and an industry-leading way to share monitoring data between two distinct and secure IP networks

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Topics: Packet Power, wireless monitoring, branch circuit monitoring, New product launch, wireless security, secure IP network bridge

An exciting new option for RPP, PDU and panel retrofits

Posted on Thursday, March 3, 2016 by Alan Katz

Do you have 42-pole panels in RPPs, PDUs or on the wall that you wish were monitored? Packet Power now offers a simple way to add full power monitoring at the branch circuit level to existing equipment. 

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Topics: wireless monitoring, power monitoring, branch circuit monitoring, data center retrofit