Remote Generator Management is a system that allows the user to control the generator remotely. For example, if you have a home or business, you may need a generator for backup power in case of an outage.
However, it would be impractical to have someone there all the time to flip switches on and off when needed. With remote generator management, you can turn your generator on when required from anywhere at any time by using your phone or tablet as an interface with a remote control system. Remote generator management has many other benefits:
We offer sales and installation of two remote generator systems. The first is the Generac Mobile Link.
The Generac Mobile Link system is one of the leading remote generator management systems in the market today. This allows users to monitor their generators remotely through either an internet connection or a cellular network.
The second remote generator system we offer is Cummins Power Command Cloud, a cloud-based platform that allows users to monitor, control and manage their generators from anywhere.
The Command Cloud gives you full access to your generator, allowing you to optimize its power output for the most energy savings possible. Cummins Power Command Cloud is available for all diesel engines with electronic controls (ECMs).
If your ECM isn’t equipped with an Ethernet port or CANbus system, then you will need an adapter. The adapter will allow Cummins Power Command Cloud software access to communicate with your generator through its existing serial port or Modbus interface.
Remote generator management instruments are installed at the generator site and connected to a remote monitoring system.
The generator load meter measures the current power output, voltage, and frequency in real-time.
The generator voltage and frequency meters indicate whether there are any problems with either parameter.
The generator temperature sensor measures how hot a running engine is, which can be used to detect overheating issues that may cause damage or failure.
The oil pressure sensor detects if there’s enough lubrication for the engine operation, while the oil temperature sensor helps determine if there has been a drop in its internal temperature due to friction between moving parts like gears or bearings (which could lead to reduced performance).
The fuel flow meter indicates just how much fuel is being used by your power source at any given moment; this data can help determine whether you need more gas stored on-site, so there will always be enough fuel available during peak hours when demand rises sharply.
Finally: tank level sensors come in handy when monitoring remote generators because they allow users access to up-to-date information regarding exactly how much fuel remains within storage tanks before they run out completely.
We are Osburn Services, a generator installation and services company located in Oakland County, Michigan.
We offer sales and installation of Cummins and Generac generators, plus service and repair on all makes and models. We are proud to offer the Cummins Power Command Cloud and Generac’s Mobile Link remote generator management systems.
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