Frost & Sullivan recognizes Reliable Power Meters with award

In recognition of its “significant product performance contribution to the industry,” Reliable Power Meters (RPM), Los Gatos, Calif., was recently selected by Frost & Sullivan as the recipient of its 2002 Market Engineering Technology Innovation award for its Full Disclosure measurement technology. The technology, which is an integral part of all RPM power monitors, eliminates the need to set thresholds

In recognition of its “significant product performance contribution to the industry,” Reliable Power Meters (RPM), Los Gatos, Calif., was recently selected by Frost & Sullivan as the recipient of its 2002 Market Engineering Technology Innovation award for its Full Disclosure measurement technology. The technology, which is an integral part of all RPM power monitors, eliminates the need to set thresholds or trigger levels to record power quality disturbances, including sags, swells, transients, and flicker.

“With Full Disclosure technology, RPM has successfully expanded this area of power quality service as monitoring products previously only measured above or below manually set thresholds,” said Sara Bradford, Frost & Sullivan analyst, in explaining why RPM was chosen.

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