The Power Xpert Gateway Family (PXG) provides Web-enabled, real-time monitoring of electrical distribution and control equipment. The PXG makes integrating power equipment onto an Ethernet network fast and easy. The PXG is typically installed in an electrical assembly - a motor control center, low/medium voltage switchgear or switchboard to consolidate data available from components such as breakers, meters, motor controllers and protective relays.
Through standard onboard Web pages, including device summary pages with drill down to detailed individual device pages and intuitive pages for device configuration, Power Xpert Software or third-party software, the PXG 400 allows you to closely monitor the performance of your power infrastructure with easily accessed, real-time, Web-enabled data.
Web-enabled monitoring of power quality data
Clear, concise Web pages offer Web-browser access to vital, immediate power quality information and device status. Instantly view measured parameters such as current, voltage, power, energy, frequency, power factor, voltage TDH through a system summary status pane or individual device detail pages. Further expand your system view with via Power Xpert Software, allowing you to view multiple PXG400s and other power distribution and control equipment for more extensive power quality analysis capability.
Open communication protocols
Connects to both Eaton and third-party electrical equipment and communicates with industrial protocols - INCOM, QCPort and Modbus RTU. Modbus TCP support facilitates integration with third-party monitoring solutions.
A flexible and expandable solutionProduct Highlights
Supporting up to 64 devices, adding devices as needed. Stand-alone or small systems will benefit from comprehensive, on-board Web pages that provide virtually out-of-the-box, plug and play functionality. Larger systems, such as campus installations or power systems with remote locations, can view multiple PXG 400s using either Eaton's Power Xpert Software or another monitoring system of your choice. View vital power system information, no matter which vendors' system you have.
- Protocols supported on downstream devices - INCOM, QCPort and Modbus RTU
- USB port for configuration
- Modbus TCP/IP protocols supported
- SNMP client access
- INCOM slave action commands supported
- INCOM date and time settings supported
- Modbus writes supported
- Device summary screen per communication port
- Event notification via the Web interface
- Secure Ethernet communications - SSL encryption
- Secure communication ports via access control/trusted host list
- Power Xpert Gateway Live Demo