EC: Poweredge Mobile App
Software - Mobile apps for controls, automation, instrumentation: Eaton's Poweredge app provides ondemand access to Eaton's electrical solutions and expertise, making it easier and faster to search, select and locate solutions to improve reliability, efficiency and safety of electrical systems. This is a Control Engineering 2013 Engineers' Choice finalist.
Business is no longer confined to the office, and we increasingly demand access to information no matter where we are. The Poweredge mobile app helps engineers get information on electrical solutions faster and easier. Training, how-to, and installation videos are easily accessible on an iPhone or iPad, making commissioning, specifying and planning faster.
The Poweredge app helps engineers find information on solutions that improve the reliability, efficiency, and safety of the systems they manage. Poweredge includes the entire Eaton electrical catalog with details and technical specifications for thousands of products. Additionally, Poweredge makes it easy to search within a catalog to find a feature or catalog number, and makes the Eaton video library accessible, so that engineers can watch a how-to video onsite, in real time.
Further, Poweredge enables engineers to create a personal library for quick access to information that they find most relevant. If a product needs to be purchased, finding the closest distributor is simple with a locator function that maps out nearby Eaton channel partners. Fundamentally, Poweredge is changing the way you can access Eaton information, support and expertise; that's smart mobile business.
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