New energy management software uses web to share collaborative data


VICTORIA, BC, June 14, 2002 — Power Measurement, a provider of enterprise energy management systems, recently announced the release of the ION Enterpriseà¢â€ž- 4.0 energy management software with WebReachà¢â€ž-.

The new WebReach feature further extends the capabilities of the ION Enterprise software by making vital power system information available to authorized users anywhere around the globe through a simple web browser.

WebReach enables ION Enterprise users to access meter events, waveforms, data logs, and real-time system information from any computer with Internet access; it displays information through a standard web browser, such as Microsoft® Internet Explorer, and requires no additional software or special configuration.

With WebReach, users can check on their energy management system from anywhere in the world, plus they can copy and paste data logs from ION Enterprise to other enterprise applications, such as Microsoft® Excel, for custom reporting and analysis.

ION Enterprise 4.0 is designed to help energy suppliers, service providers, and consumers take charge of the quality, reliability and cost of their electricity. The software offers a unique combination of energy information and control capabilities that can simultaneously address diverse needs ranging from billing, load aggregation and cost allocation, to power quality management and distributed generation.

It leverages popular communications infrastructures – Internet, Ethernet, telephone, and wireless – to provide a high degree of accessibility, responsiveness and affordability. Together with the company’s ION® revenue-accurate metering and control devices, ION Enterprise forms a network of distributed intelligence that can span the energy assets of nationwide commercial facilities, industrial plants, or utility substations.


About Power Measurement:
Power Measurement is a provider of enterprise energy management systems for energy suppliers and consumers worldwide. The company’s ION® web-ready software and intelligent metering and control devices comprise a complete real-time information and control network that helps improve power quality, reduce energy costs and keep operations running enterprise-wide, 24 hours a day. For more information, visit the Power Measurement web site at www.pwrm.com.


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