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1 1 Data and Event logs are easily downloaded to a.csv file format to be used for further system analysis. Use a program that you are already familiar.

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1 1 1 Data and Event logs are easily downloaded to a.csv file format to be used for further system analysis. Use a program that you are already familiar with to analyze data.

2 2 2 Waveforms will be deleted in the FIFO manor after exceeding 300 waveforms. The counter enhances proactive management of the files.

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4 4 4 Select the parameter, then set the limit and message you desire.

5 5 5 Set user-defined events for each device.

6 6 6 Once the parameter is set, you can then see it in the list of Enabled Events on the device configuration page.

7 7 7 The PXG supports over 60 devices out-of-the-box. Additional devices can be supported with the addition of an EDS file, simply uploaded via this screen.

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9 9 9 The PXG will email Event information, log files or a periodic heartbeat notification. Select up to 10 users to receive email notifications.

10 10 Power Xpert Software Simple device connectivity for Eaton equipment Easy system navigation Intuitive alarm management and email notification Customized User Views to resemble actual building layout Extensive trending of historical data 3 rd party device support tools

11 11 Web Flexible, But Secure System Secure Socket, Triple DES communication Approved by Homeland Security Challenge Password for each of 5 layers of authorization Admin-Full access Root-View only Alarm-View & Manage Alarms Channel Property-View & Change Alarm Properties Control-View & Control Settings Active Directory, allows flow through authentication Enterprise System-2K to 250K channels Industry standard Microsoft SQL database

12 12 Expert System Internet Explorer Browser A virtual site of enterprise is created that represents the actual site location and floor plan. Navigation through a simple point and click drill down paradigm. Equipment views show the specific device, current status and data readings. Green, Yellow, Red, color utilization makes it easy to determine current state of each site, device or data point.

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16 16 Easy System Navigation Point and click navigation Tree-view or full screen graphics with hyper links. Alarm colors bubble-up to top level view to see changes in equipment status.

17 17 Intuitive Alarm Management Alarm summary information in web page header at all times. Standard colors to differentiate alarm states Global Acknowledge and Close capability

18 18 Easily view the alarms and events based on the limits you set Well defined operational tasks Ability to print and export the alarms and events data Detailed descriptions and functionality Millisecond time accuracy logging

19 19 Event Notification and Management Wireless PDA support allows customers to receive and acknowledge active alarms. Even Notification Features: Call escalation Selected alarms to selected pages Group Notification lists Event can be sent via Email to smart phones or to conventional cell phones with email accounts eg: 123456789@att.com

20 20 The PXS Layout Manager module allows a user to design a look and feel that is familiar to the user as well as designing interactive floor plans with changing elements to visually identify system operations Customized Views

21 21 Data Trending for Analysis High performance, easy to use, Web based trending Trend Display Chart or Data option Mix and match Multiple trends at one time Multiple axis supported Fixed or custom time frames Export results to Excel

22 22 Historical Data – Proactive Management Power Density Analysis Thermo-Mapping Event Correlation Capacity Planning Equipment Testing Device Loading Analysis Energy Usage Proactive Maintenance Yr/Yr Comparisons Auto Statistical Analysis Multi-Channel Graphing Min, Max, Mean, Median, Graphs set-up by menus Pro-Graph for trends Quick zoom feature Auto Trending Analysis Burst Graphing Load balancing

23 23 Integrated Power Quality Diagnostics Waveform Analysis ITIC Curves Sequence of Events Phasor Diagrams Harmonic Analysis

24 24 3 rd Party Device Support Tools Connectors – Customized integration of any IP enabled Ethernet-ready device that provides either: SNMP – MIB File reference & IP Address Modbus/TCP – Register Map & IP Address

25 25 System Architecture CRACs TCP/IP LAN, VPN MODEM TCP/IP LAN, VPN MODEM Web Browser {Can be local or remote} UPS PDUs Digital & Analog Foreseer Server Device Server {Can be local or remote} Power Quality Meters/SER DAT Device Server

26 26 Completely Scalable Architecture From single location datacenters To international Enterprises The Systems scalable technology can provide management of these critical sites locally or Enterprise wide It can grow over time without stranding hardware or software cost!

27 27 Global Enterprise Architecture TCP/IP LAN WAN VPN TCP/IP LAN WAN VPN GLOBAL N.O.C. Burwood Server Austin E-Server European Viewing EOC Only Client Houston E-Server Atlanta DAE Chicago Server Englewood DM Lafayette DM Other Sites Facility Managers Internet Explorer @Home Atlanta Only Viewing Mirrored Redundancy

28 28 A user experience tailored to your needs Enterprise-level views are created that represent the actual site location and floor plan. Navigation through a simple point and click drill down paradigm. Equipment views show the specific device, current status and data readings. Green, Yellow, Red, color utilization makes it easy to determine current state of each site, device or data point.

29 29 Enhanced Viewing Options

30 30 Available Rendered Graphics

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33 33 Power Xpert Reporting Software Standard Report Templates Uses SQL Server Professional Reporting Services Compatible with both Power Xpert Professional and Foreseer software Customized reporting hierarchy to resemble actual user views of the system Scheduled or manual execution PDF, XML, or.CSV formats

34 34 Basic Report: Capacity Report Select Date Range and Locations Summary of top and bottom loaded circuits Detail on loading on each circuit

35 35 Basic Report: Branch Circuit Monitoring Select Date Range and Locations Capacity report with understanding of redundant sources. Color coded display shows circuit loading against capacity.

36 36 Basic Report: Energy Summary Select Date Range and Locations Energy usage and peak demand provided for locations Summary or drill down

37 37 Basic Report: Cost Allocation Select Date Range and Locations Users enters either total cost or rate Costs are allocated by location

38 38 Basic Report: Power Quality Select Date Range and Locations See distribution and trend for any PQ variable. Click to see table with full detail

39 39 Basic Report: Event Summary Select Date Range and Locations Pareto of Events Time line and count of events by time period List of events by count

40 40 Basic Report: JCAHO Special report uses logged events to select start/end times of load test Report then displays trends for critical load parameters. Requires systems integration to ensure proper events and parameters are connected.

41 41 Real Time Power Analytics Models electrical designs for: Advanced Power Flow Short Circuit Analysis Arc Flash & more Any variance of more than 3% from design criteria is instantly reported on Blackboard simulation capable

42 42 Power Systems Modeling Accurately Analyzes & Prevents Problems: Analytics Based on a Solid Foundation - The Expert Design Demystifies Massive Amounts of Data by: Normalizing Disparate Systems Organizing the Information Instantly Analyzing and Predicting Notifying & Instructing the right people, at the Right Time Provides off line Blackboard for What if simulations Much More than Monitoring – Electrical Network Management Modeling Engine

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44 44 Questions?

45 45 Thank You!

46 46 Contact Info Steve Van Duser Power Management Marketing Manager Southeast Region Eaton Corporation 8380 Capital Blvd Raleigh, NC 27616 Email: StevenJVanDuser@Eaton.com Phone: (919) 523-8949 www.eaton.com/powerxpert www.eaton.com/powerxpert

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