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Packet Power Branch Circuit Monitors Cut Installation Time in Half [VIDEO]

Posted on Wednesday, January 12, 2022 by Packet Power Team

Easily add branch circuit monitoring to any RPP, PDU or power distribution panel to gather the information needed to allocate energy costs, avoid outages, balance loads, extend the life of existing equipment and plan future capacity. Packet Power’s flexible Branch Circuit Monitoring system is designed to minimize installation time and costs.

With our Monitoring Made to Measure approach, your branch circuit monitor is built to your specifications and arrives fully configured -- no field configuration required. This video walks you through the installation process.

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Topics: wireless monitoring, Know your power, power monitoring, Technical Information, branch circuit monitoring, data center power monitoring, customer support

Current Transducers: Split Core, Solid Core, and Why You Should Care

Posted on Monday, October 11, 2021 by Packet Power Team
At the heart of every power monitoring device is the current transducer (CT). If you have ever wondered why they are used or how they work, here's a quick review of AC CT basics.
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Topics: Know your power, power monitoring, Technical Information, Power basics

Demystifying the Packet Power LED data stream

Posted on Wednesday, July 27, 2016 by Alan Katz

Packet Power uses the local LED display on our newer meters to show more than just amps by phase. That's good, but it can get a little cryptic. Is "con" a good thing? If so, why don't you see it all the time? What does "no" mean? Why does Packet Power use a "U" to communicate voltage? And what's up with the red and green blinking lights? 

Read on for a quick overview of all that your power meter is telling you.

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Topics: Packet Power, power monitoring, Technical Information, data center power monitoring

Welcome to a wealth of Packet Power support resources

Posted on Tuesday, January 26, 2016 by Alan Katz

How do I install an environmental monitor? What's the process to configure IP addresses for the Ethernet Gateway? How do I access SNMP or Modbus data? How big is a Gateway? Great questions. The newly revamped Packet Power Support page provides answers to these questions and many more. 

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Topics: Packet Power, Support, Technical Information

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