The PowerPrecision Console (PPC) provides administrators a centralized view of battery health grouped into color-coded categories of "good health", "nearing EoL" and "in EoL", with which they can identify and remove aging batteries from the battery pool before they impact workforce productivity. The PPC client software registers the device with the customer hosted server and reports battery information.
PowerPrecision Console consists of two software components:
Client: Device app collects and sends battery and device information to server
Server: Collects and analyzes device battery data, presents centralized
dashboard for monitoring battery information, send notifications and
generates reports. Starting in PPC 2.0, this server is integrated
into the common DNA Visibility Console Server that also hosts the Device
Tracker server software
PPC supports a maximum of 10,000 devices and 20,000 batteries per installation.