New Product: InVision works with Ethernet/IP

June 19, 2008
Clip-on sensors, wireless mesh routers, and the InVision Gateway monitors critical fuse and circuitbreaker activity and sends a change notice to any device capable of Ethernet/ IP communication.

Battery-powered Intelligent Fuse Monitors (IFMs) and Intelligent Circuit Monitors (ICMs) look for any change in fuse or circuitbreaker status caused by overloads and short circuits. They transmit those events through the wireless mesh network to the Gateway, Internet, and ultimately the InVision Command Center for processing. The Command Center uses telephone text-to-speech, e-mail, SMS text-paging, and fax to alert personnel to the event to reduce unscheduled downtime.

Cooper Bussmann
114 Old State Rd.
Ellisville, MO 63021
(636) 527-3877

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