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Cyber Sciences obtains CE and RCM Marks for event recorders

Cyber Sciences obtains CE and RCM Marks for event recorders

November 7, 2014 - Cyber Sciences announces successful completion of testing and validation for CE Marking and RCM Mark. CE Marking designates compliance with European Union directives and RCM Mark designates compliance with standards in Australia, per AMCA. This makes Cyber Sciences’ CyTime Sequence of Events Recorders (SER) and GPS time synchronization products suitable for use in European and Australian facilities including data centers, hospitals, and other mission critical facilities.

Cyber Sciences’s products are already UL Listed, and compliant with cUL and IEC. “It is important to our customers to have globally compliant products that simplify the implementation of multisite and multinational critical power solutions. With the addition of CE Marking and RCM Mark, our CyTime Sequence of Events Recorders and GPS time synchronization products can now confidently be deployed worldwide to improve the reliability and efficiency of normal and emergency power systems ” says Lee Wallis, Vice President of Engineering.

CyTime Sequence of Events Recorders (SER) are utilized as part of electrical power monitoring and control systems (EPMS), emergency power supply systems (EPSS), supervisory control and data acquisition systems (SCADA), and electric utility power distribution networks. Sequence of Events Recorders with GPS time synchronization provide precision recording of critical electrical system operations data required for root-cause analysis to improve reliability, efficiency, and safety.

Cyber Sciences, Inc. (CSI) is a global leader in precision time solutions for critical power networks providing specialty products used in electrical distribution systems for data centers, hospitals, electric utilities and other industrial, commercial and institutional facilities worldwide. CSI products have been awarded EC&M Product-of-the-Year and named a finalist for CSE Product-of-the-Year award.  Key applications include sequence of events recording (SER) and GPS time synchronization, helping facility managers and engineers to ensure the safety, reliability, and efficiency of their normal and emergency power systems. Cyber Sciences is a privately-held corporation located in Murfreesboro, Tennessee, 25 miles southeast of Nashville. 

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