Thermaltake has redesigned its Smart Power Management (SPM) interface for digital power supplies. The new SPM version 2.0 allows users to monitor power usage as well as adding a bunch of new features to prevent data loss caused by malfunctions.
The Thermaltake Smart Power Management 2.0 platform interface displays various data on the dashboard, while an independent Power Supply Unit analysis page allows users to access information about individual power supplies. To find out any information about abnormal events, users have access to a Cloud page to analyse notifications about power supply activity.
To promote the eco-friendly concept of Thermaltake digital power supplies, the ECO achievement page makes users aware of how much carbon dioxide has been produced while the power supply has been in use. Users can also customise information on the SPM 2.0 dashboard by adding, removing or renaming selected power supplies through the interface for easy identification.
Thermaltake’s new Smart Power Management 2.0 dashboard has a contemporary appearance, a simple to follow layout with various diagrams that allow users to easily view overall information. Once logged into the application, users can view all the information such as total power supply uptime, electricity consumption, a weekly usage bar chart and an average efficiency pie chart.
Users can access Thermaltake Smart Power Management 2.0 via several different methods, including a DPS G PC app, a DPS G mobile app or via cloud management. For more information about the Thermaltake Smart Power Management 2.0 interface, head over to the Thermaltake website.
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KitGuru says: Owners of Thermaltake digital power supplies can now manage all aspects of their PSU, track power usage and avoid data loss in the unlikely event of power supply failure. What do you guys think of the Smart Power Management 2.0 app from Thermaltake?