PowerMon: Fine-grained and integrated power monitoring for commodity computer systems

  title={PowerMon: Fine-grained and integrated power monitoring for commodity computer systems},
  author={Daniel Bedard and Min Yeol Lim and Robert B Fowler and Allan Porterfield},
  journal={Proceedings of the IEEE SoutheastCon 2010 (SoutheastCon)},
We have developed PowerMon and PowerMon2, low-cost power monitoring devices that operate inside commodity computer systems, to analyze performance and power consumption tradeoffs in computer applications. Inserted between a system's power supply and motherboard, PowerMon monitors voltage and current on six DC rails and reports measurements at a rate of up to fifty samples per second through a USB interface, allowing monitoring by the target or a separate host. PowerMon2 has a smaller form… CONTINUE READING
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