What's new? See the latest releases from Tendril, Cooper Power and others
Last week we covered a slew of new products announced at DistribuTECH. Now we've found even more cool stuff to tell you about, like Tendril's updated home energy management suite that can support customers who are not connected to a smart meter or AMR/AMI network and a new future-prepped substation program from POWER Engineers. Click for details on these and the latest from On-Ramp, Cooper Power Systems and CEIVA Energy.
On-Ramp Wireless just announced a new AMI solution built on its Total Reach Network, the company's wireless communications infrastructure. Purpose-built to realize the promise of the machine-to-machine vision, including AMI, On-Ramp says its solution delivers advanced metering features and standard integration with billing, meter data management and other utility systems. It also says the solution can dramatically reduce utilities’ network infrastructure costs and accelerate ROI. Read more >>
Cooper Power Systems says its new CL-7 regulator control is designed with a full suite of deployment options to enhance power quality and grid efficiency and built to quickly adapt to emerging changes you can expect from a smarter grid. "Our new CL-7 regulator controls are a direct response to the industry’s desire to increase efficiency in energy delivery and improve overall productivity,” said Cooper President Mark Thurman. "These truly scalable regulator controls use selectable control strategies and communications so our end users can get the most out of their systems. They are designed as a long-term solution, and have the ability to adapt and grow as the system evolves.” Read more (pdf) >>