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Power Panel+


The Obvius Power Panel+ provides a cost-effective and innovative approach to branch circuit monitoring and control. The Obvius Power Panel+ monitors voltage, current, power and energy consumption for mains and branch circuits. The information can be accessed over the network through a variety of protocols. Data updates occur roughly every two seconds to provide proactive maintenance information, such as user-configured low and high threshold alarms for any circuit. The Power Panel+ is ideal for new or existing applications and is your first step for participating in Demand Response load shedding programs or in preventing costly downtime from overloaded circuits or failed loads.

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Data Collection

The Obvius Power Panel+ collects and logs data based on user-selected intervals. Data is time stamped and stored locally in non-volatile memory until the next scheduled upload or manual download. Using an Ethernet (LAN) connection you can push or pull data via HTTP, XML, FTP or any custom protocol utilizing our AcquiSuite Module to build your own application.

No software is required – easily access information through ANY web browser. There are several additional features including SNMP Traps, network configuration, security provisions and a backlit LCD for local display. Obvius has partnered with virtually every industry leading energy information/management software company for a complete solution.

Reduce Installation Costs

By combining the functionality of branch circuit breakers, metering and data acquisition into one convenient package, the Obvius PowerPanel+ significantly reduces wiring costs and saves on wall space.

Retrofits Made Easy

The Power Panel+ offers the same industry standard panelboard sizes allowing direct replacement of existing panels. Four screws and an Ethernet drop is all that it takes.

Flexible Mounting Options

  • Surface or flush wall mount
  • Raintight Enclosures
  • Integration into Switchboards
  • Retrofit to existing installations


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