Furman Adds Local IP Control to BlueBOLT

by Naomi Crews
in New Gear

ORLANDO – Furman featured its new BlueBOLT CV-2 at the Furman-Gefen Booth #4955 at InfoComm 2017. The new interface upgrades IP control to enable energy management features in installations not connected to the cloud.

More details from Furman (www.furmanpower.com):

BlueBOLT CV-2 is Furman’s new interface enabling energy management features of the Furman F1500-UPS and select Panamax PRO products to be managed from the local network without requiring a cloud connection. The introduction was made at Furman-Gefen Booth #4955 at InfoComm 2017.

The BlueBOLT remote energy management cloud has long been enabling integrators to remotely monitor, reboot and power-cycle connected equipment. The CV-2 extends this functionality to devices on networks that do not have a cloud connection. “For many commercial installations, a cloud connection is either impractical or not recommended for security reasons,” said Core Brands VP of Product Management, Mike Jordan. “The new CV-2 gives these installations the BlueBOLT scheduling and management control, but accessed locally through a set of embedded web pages.”

The BlueBOLT CV-2 is designed to deliver locally controlled BlueBOLT functionality to the Furman F1500 Uninterruptible Power Supply and Voltage Regulator, as well as for the Panamax M4315-PRO, M4320-PRO and F1500-UPS. Cloud connection is only needed for set up, after which all control can be managed from the embedded web pages.

The BlueBOLT CV-2 will be shipping this summer.