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Current Technology Monitoring systems offer multiple levels of advanced, multifunction,
Power Quality monitoring for:

Units come standard with the following monitoring options (M1) that include:

  • Tri-colored LED indication that changes color based on the amount of protection remaining

  • 2 sets of dry relay contacts for remote monitoring

  • Audible alarm with an alarm disable switch

There is also the option for a surge counter (M2)

The Current Technology advanced monitoring systems offer the following additional features:

  • Real-time data on product performance and distribution system power quality

  • Critical information can now be accessed remotely through the addition of both modbus and ethernet communications options

  • Time date stamps, magnitudes, and durations for most types of power quality events

  • End users the ability to set alarm conditions by establishing the magnitude and duration required to trigger an alarm event

  • Memory capacity allowing up to 2,000 events and 1,000 P.Q. records to be recorded

Not a standard surge counter

The surge counter function not only counts surges but also categorizes them into three industry recognizable categories.

Surges detected by the MasterMind® system are categorized as low, medium, or high depending upon the level of surge current associated with each event.

Percent protection sensing

All MasterMind® monitoring options sense and communicate the available surge protection for each phase. This capability assures the operator that critical loads are fully and safely protected at all times.

Remote communications

Remote communications include modbus TCP/IP over ethernet, webserver via the ethernet connection, and modbus over RS485, or standard dry relay contacts.

Downloadable Resources

CT MasterMind Data Sheet

CT MasterMind Ethernet Guide

CT MasterMind Istallation & Operation Manual

CT MasterMind Quick Start Guide