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User Tips: Branch Circuit Power Monitoring - Integration with DCO

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User Tips: Branch Circuit Power Monitoring - Integration with DCO

This question was originally posted on DCIM Support by Navaneethan Rajendran on 2017-09-07


Branch Circuit Power Monitoring - Integration with DCO:

Branch Circuit Power Monitoring:

BCPM is a device designed to measure the current, voltage, power and energy consumption of individual circuits in a Generic Power Distribution Panels. The BCPM plays a major role in COLO Data Centers to monitor the power consumption of each tenant and helps in billing procedures.

Most used BCPM product in the industry is "Schneider-ELectric Power Logic BCPM". To know more about checking out the following link-->http://www.schneider-electric.com/en/product-range/2085-powerlogic-bcpm

How to Configure BCPM with DCO:

  1. Discover your BCPM in Data Center Expert (using custom ddf if needed), and connect the DCE with DCO through "External Systems"
  2.  Associate the BCPM device to the respective general power distribution panel in the layout.
  3.  After Device Association, right click on the power panel, and click on "Sensor Mapping", and add the sensor values, and associate with the respective breaker positions. (make sure that you are in "Device Association" Window)
  4. Once all the mapping was done, now we can able to see the measured power values from the tool tip as shown below.


Thanks,

Navaneethan.R

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Re: User Tips: Branch Circuit Power Monitoring - Integration with DCO

This comment was originally posted on DCIM Support by Ditte Drewer Mathiasen on 2017-09-11


Hi, Navaneethan.R. 

thanks for sharing!

Kind regards Ditte

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Re: User Tips: Branch Circuit Power Monitoring - Integration with DCO

This comment was originally posted on DCIM Support by Navaneethan Rajendran on 2017-09-12


Hi Ditte, Welcome!

Regards,

Navaneethan.R

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