03.13.2005 08:00 AM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Extron intros Ethernet-enabled power control and current sensor

Extron’s GlobalViewer software is fully supported by the Web server built into the new IPL T PCS4 power control and current sensor.

Extron Electronics has introduced its IPL T PCS4 power control and current sensor, which includes 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. The thresholds can be used to feed status reports, as well as trigger alarms and other automated events.

The IPL T PCS4 also includes Extron IP Link technology, which provides an integrated Web server, full Ethernet compatibility and e-mail capability.

Extron's GlobalViewer software is fully supported by the Web server built into the IPL T PCS4. It’s a free Web application with a variety of features, such as multiple room views, real-time device status, e-mail notification, and event scheduling. GlobalViewer software also extends the asset management functionality of the IPL T PCS4, allowing status information for multiple power control and current sensors to appear directly in a single GlobalViewer screen along with the data for other IP Link-enabled products.

For more information, visit www.extron.com.

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