Content related to ‘UPS’
The decision may rest on factors such as available capital, timeline, and degree of desired control.
Compromised power quality can have costly repercussions for facilities and their core businesses.
Paramount to their operation is keeping tabs on power supply.
Bringing a new data center online in less than three months called for a coordinated, creative approach.
Security directors from two signature buildings (one in Chicago and another in Philadelphia) explain how they secure their buildings’ perimeters. A bonus article explains the important role of lighting in perimeter security.
Keeping electricity demands “current” can be a challenge. A sound strategy wil go beyond making sure the lights stay on.
Wide temperature rated batteries provide long backup runtimes for equipment operating in harsh environments.
What precautionary measures can be put in place to minimize data loss when UPS systems trip?
Columnist Tom Condon explains how facilities fall dangerously silent during outages if reliable emergency power is not made available.
Falcon Electric, Inc., an Irwindale, CA manufacturer of Uninterruptible Power Supplies (UPSs) and power conversion products, has obtained UL (Underwriters Laboratory) listing for its CE approved 220Vac SSG Series UPS product line. These agency listings (UL and the European Union CE) give large companies and systems integrators the ability to install a single UPS product line that has both agency listings. The SSG Series UPS is designed to operate reliably, providing backup power in a wide range of temperatures. With an operational temperature range of -4°F to 131°F (-20°C to 55°C), the SSG is suited for harsh industrial, military, and IT power environments. The SSG Series feature hot swappable batteries with a 10 year life expectancy operating in a 70°F to 80°F environment. When installed in a 122°F (50°C) location, projected battery life is four years.