02.02.2005 03:31 PM
Extron introduces power control, current sensor with built-in Web server


The IPL T PCS4 offers pre-loaded control pages for Web-based monitoring, scheduling and control capabilities.
Extron Electronics has introduced the IPL T PCS4 power control and current sensor with a built-in Web server that enables flexible, centralized, Web-based power management.

In addition to four 120VAC (Edison) outlets, the IPL T PCS4 offers pre-loaded control pages for Web-based monitoring, scheduling and control capabilities. Electrical current thresholds can be set to define full power, standby and power off states for individual devices and for groups of outlets. Those thresholds can be used to feed status reports, as well as trigger alarms and other automated events.

The system features Extron IP Link technology, which provides an integrated Web server, full Ethernet compatibility and e-mail capability.

For more information, visit www.extron.com.

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