TRENDPOINT SYSTEMS LAUNCHES THE ENERSURE® BUS — ONLY CLASS 1 CERTIFIED, RETROFITTABLE BUSWAY POWER METER
The EnerSure Bus® Power Meter gathers precise data from IT and cooling loads – amps, volts, power factor, watts, kWh energy — and is the only product that meets ANSI C12.1 standards to provide utility-grade RMS data at the circuit level. The EnerSure® Bus can be retrofitted onto any busway power distribution system and is the only busway meter that can be installed hot.
Each EnerSure® Bus unit can support up to 84 circuits and the product’s flexible configuration monitors circuits up to 4000 amps, on both 120/208V and 277/480V systems. Proprietary split core CT’s are .5% accurate from 1-100% of the rating, giving customers more visibility into their varying circuit loads. Additionally, 1, 2 or 3 pole circuits can be monitored on the same board and all TrendPoint products support onboard Ethernet communications via SNMP and Modbus, enabling simple communication to most DCIM platforms.
Liberty Center One chooses TrendPoint for utility grade accuracy, low cost of deployment and ease of integration
Liberty Center One, a commercial data center with colocation, managed colocation and managed services customers, chose TrendPoint’s new EnerSure® Bus after searching for a monitoring product for use in its high availability environment. The company needed a solution that would fit with its mandate to meet the same type of specifications that Fortune 100 corporations use to manage critical business applications requiring 100% availability and uptime.
According to Patrick Turner, Liberty Center One’s CTO, the selection of TrendPoint was ‘nearly a no-brainer.’ “First and foremost, we needed a solution with utility grade accuracy. Next, the EnerSure® Bus cost of deployment was easily half that of other similar solutions. Add to that the ease of integrating results into our in-house monitoring systems, and the choice was easy.”
“TrendPoint’s offerings for both circuit breaker panel-based and busway-based solutions are the most competitively priced, feature rich, accurate, easily integrated solutions — bar none – that we have seen in the market to date. They provide the right solution for the right price and help us be competitive in the per-rack colo commercial data center space.”
Liberty Center incorporated the EnerSure® Busway Power Meter into the design of a new 4,000 square foot expansion space as well as retro-fitting the monitoring system for existing customer racks.
TrendPoint part of larger PUE-based green initiative
Introducing TrendPoint monitoring is part of a larger Liberty Center initiative to improve and expand their monitoring capability and arm their customers with the proper tools for better, more informed decisions. The EnerSure Bus provides pro-active information and warnings to Liberty Center customers if their power usage spikes to levels that may trigger circuit overloads, as well as the ability to trend power usage data over time.
TrendPoint’s products will assist with trouble shooting and help Liberty Center One’s support teams and customers more quickly isolate issues. In any outage, speed of recovery is critical and the TrendPoint system is a tool that will greatly reduce diagnostic time.
The EnerSure Bus is available immediately and is priced at $600 per tap.
TrendPoint Systems provides industry-leading power and cooling monitoring systems that measure power consumption and provide predictive failure analysis to maximize uptime and energy efficiency. TrendPoint’s EnerSure® products are the only utility-grade branch circuit and busway meters that are Class 1 certified, enabling use in billing applications, are retrofittable on any PDU or Busway Power system, and can be installed hot.
About Liberty Center One
Liberty Center One is a SOC2 Type II audited, tier 3 public data center located in Royal Oak, MI and serving the needs of enterprise level customers. Liberty offers a full range of technology solutions, including colocation, managed, dedicated and shared hosting services. With its superior power density architecture, Liberty can deliver more than 15kW of power to customer racks and the redundant infrastructure is designed to keep computing equipment running without interruption. Internet services are provided via multiple ISPs with full gigabit redundancy.