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Cordex CXCR/CXCP

System Controller
  • Part Number: 018-557-20
  • Product Line: DC System Controllers
  • Related Categories: Controllers
Cordex CXCR/CXCP
  • Flexible rack and panel mount site controller for use with all Cordex™ rectifier and DC/DC converter platforms
  • Internet ready and remotely accessible for complete system monitoring and control
  • Integrated SNMP functionality for cost effective multiple site monitoring
  • Advanced battery monitoring and power save features for OPEX savings and reduced carbon footprint
  • Highly configurable platform with user definable alarms and data logging provides maximum flexibility with a common platform
  • Description

    Cordex CXC controllers bring advanced monitoring technology to the Cordex series of rectifiers. The CXC controller comes in a wide array of mounting options including rack mount (CXCR), panel mount (CXCP). Panel mount controllers are integrated into distribution centers ensuring  ease of use and efficient space utilization.

    The CXC controller includes a PDA-style touch screen GUI for simple and convenient local setup. A built-in web server provides alternate setup via local or remote IP access using a standard Windows Internet Explorer browser.

    The integrated logging feature allows the capture of data from multiple inputs for AC/DC voltages, load/battery current, and cell voltage/temperature. Common applications of the CXC logging include power system details, thermal performance of outdoor enclosures, battery cell specifics, or mains variations captured by an AC voltage watchdog. The CXC I/O feature set can be easily expanded with the addition of CXC Smart Peripherals such as battery cell monitoring, shunt multiplexing, and alarm relay expansion.

    Cordex CXC system controllers ensure effortless operation of the Cordex family. Time consuming, complicated set up and monitoring of DC power systems are now a thing of the past.