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Branch Circuits and PDU's

  • Is Being Mission Critical Necessary

    Not needing resiliency doesn't mean you don't want reliability, and reliability isn't always a function of redundancies. Forgoing redundancy doesn't automatically require you to accept more downtime. Not when you build your power distribution system with high quality reliable components.
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  • Electrical Device Torque Settings

    It is important to use manufacturers torque settings when terminating a conductor to a receptacle device? An under torqued device runs the risk of working loose resulting in a failed device at start up or during use. Over torquing can damage the device leading to failure while in service.
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  • Rack PDU Power Strips

    Inexpensive basic rack mount PDUs may distribute power effectively, but they offer little if any understanding or control of the critical energy flow. Metered, switched and smart PDUs offer incrementally more advanced tools for monitoring and managing the power feeds to each rack and piece of equipment but require greater initial cost as well as trained staff to monitor and manage.
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  • Testing & Exercising Branch Circuit Breakers

    It is easy to forget about how important circuit breakers are in the electrical supply chain that keeps a data center up and running. If you don't include testing and exercising circuit breakers as part of your regular preventative maintenance programs, then I highly recommend it.
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  • Infrared Scanning

    Increased resistance and heat are the primary reasons most electrical components fail. Before electrical components fail, they heat up. Infrared scanning is used to inspect electrical equipment because excess heat is usually the first sign of trouble. Loose connections, imbalanced and or overloaded circuits, defective breakers, damaged switches, faulty fuses, and material defects all lead to equipment failure.
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  • Infrared Electrical Panel Inspection

    Using infrared scanning as an early warning tool for potential electrical equipment/system failure is an important part of maintaining mission critical uptime.
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