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    I’m the IT guy on a large campus. Our power supply from the grid varies and sometimes causes issues.

    I’m looking for a series of monitors to plug in and record the power levels long term. Then report that data back to a central server for trend analysis.

    To be clear, this is not for a server room environment. I want a series of small 120V plugs I can put in different buildings to monitor power. I want to see if the supplied voltage varies in the individual buildings. The data can be reported back via ethernet or wireless for long term reporting. 4-8 units would be fine.

    I can’t find anything on line. Any suggestions? Budget is a factor as we are a school.

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