Workspace Technology’s deploys its first Remote Critical Power Monitoring services working in partnership with Deep Sea Electronics plc (DSE) based in North Yorkshire Europe’s leading manufacturer of generator control systems.
Following DSE’s recent launch of their new web based remote control and monitoring product, DSEWebNet, Workspace Technology was quick to realise its potential for enhancing its support services for clients across the UK.
Workspace Technology’s Remote Critical Power Monitoring service is designed to deliver 24×365 monitoring identifying faults, tracking system utilisation and helping prevent the failure of backup power technology which is very often caused by avoidable issues. Examples include empty fuel tanks or low batteries.
The Remote Critical Power Monitoring service utilises Deep Sea Electronics’ DSEWebNet technology allowing Workspace Technology to offer it’s clients a comprehensive service including:
- Full remote control and monitoring in real time
- Monitor & control of single set or multi-set load sharing systems
- Configurable reporting options
- Global positioning and generator set tracking
- Password protection access levels
- Fuel management
- Ability to view multiple sites from our central service location
The first two Remote Critical Monitoring systems have been successfully commissioned for St Luke’s Hospice, Sheffield and Yorkshire Housing, Leeds, as part of new generator installations.
One of the key benefits of the Remote Critical Monitoring is that we can set up the generator to carry out an automatic weekly start up and full system check. During this routine we can remotely monitor the generator ensuring peace of mind to the end-user. Workspace Technology’s Remote Critical Power Monitoring ensures that the generators start when needed, reducing on-site visits and delivering enhanced security via GPS tracking.
For further information please call 0121 354 4894.