Owings, MD, – Helping companies extend the power of load bank monitoring, ComRent announced a new solution that helps companies reinforce their ability to meet Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Certification requirements. The ComRent Cx Monitor™ takes dramatic steps to reinforce the company as the leading provider of load bank rentals and service. ComRent Cx Monitor helps stakeholder companies prove their sustainable designs and gain greater efficiencies through the first integrated monitor, specifically designed for data center commissioning. The solution streamlines data center generator and UPS equipment power quality monitoring and reporting by integrating three key test tools – transient capture, power quality and temperature and humidity data – into a single, easy-to-use device. In addition, the Cx Monitor represents a critical step in helping companies meet stringent LEED Certification using strategies aimed at achieving high performance. The new product captures all data the first time, logs harmonics, frequency, voltage current, THD, and power, and documents the step-load changes, with no sacrifices in memory. If a problem arises, a plethora of data is now available for full analysis using ComRent Cx Monitor. To achieve sustainable design, the needs of the present are met, without compromising the ability of future generations to secure their needs. Green building investments typically have 26% less energy usage, lower maintenance costs, lower water costs, higher client and occupant satisfaction and lower CO2 emissions. The new Cx Monitor helps companies meet and exceed these goals by providing a single, easy-to-use power quality monitor that makes generating detailed reports fast and easy.
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