The ION9000 meets emerging international cyber security standards, helping ensure uptime, productivity, and safety. Smart power event analysis correlates facility-wide, system-level events for valuable, actionable power quality information and root cause analysis. Perfect for low to high voltage applications in industrial or healthcare facilities, data centers, and utility networks, the ION9000 is ideally suited to be the foundation of a power management system, and a key enabler of EcoStruxure Power solutions.
- Safety: restore power efficiently while keeping people safe and processes operational. Ensure safe power recovery while switching utility feeds.
- Reliability: avoid downtime by understanding root causes of acute or chronic power events, and prevent future occurrences. Increase lifetime of equipment, mitigating effects of poor power quality.
- Efficiency: save money by reducing energy spend. Use actionable data to optimize operations, avoid peak demand or power factor penalties or errors in utility bills. Perform maintenance when and where it is needed.
- Compliance: comply with local and international energy efficiency standards. Ensure regulatory compliance to operate and protect your business. Prepare your business for future cyber security regulations.
PowerLogic ION9000 meters:
- Provide custom substation automation, demand and load management applications (thanks to ION programmability)
- Quickly locate disturbances
- Predictive maintenance
- Breaker monitoring
- Cost allocation
- Monitoring ongoing operations like battery health and runtime variations
- Help detect and prevent power incidents
- Monitor critical loads 24x7 for peak performance and any deviations from the ideal
- Demand control and load shedding applications
Combine with EcoStruxure Power edge control software and solutions for:
-detailed preventative views into the electrical infrastructure
- Advanced diagnostic information and power quality analysis
- mitigation of unplanned downtime
- quickly pinpoint the root cause of power system failures