Sequence of events recorder

Cyber Sciences' CyTime SER-2408 Sequence of Events Recorder is designed to help simplify testing of emergency power supply systems for health care and other critical power facilities.

04/30/2014


Cyber Sciences' CyTime SER-2408 Sequence of Events Recorder is designed to help simplify testing of emergency power supply systems for health care and other critical-power facilities. Courtesy: Cyber Sciences Inc.Cyber Sciences' CyTime SER-2408 Sequence of Events Recorder is designed to help simplify testing of emergency power supply systems (EPSS) in mission critical facilities. With 24 high-speed digital inputs, 8 control relay outputs, and data-log groups with simultaneous recording of inputs/outputs, the SER-2408 enables specialized reporting to support mandatory test compliance with standards for health care and other critical power facilities. The SER-2408 is available with up to 32 GB memory for distributed storage of user drawings and documentation. The recorder is designed to operate in critical power facilities such as data centers and hospitals to monitor a variety of key power system parameters, such as breaker status, generator operation, uninterruptible power supply (UPS) and transfer switch status, and alarms.

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