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Cable Management

  • Following NFPA 75 Rules

    NFPA 75 has specific rules on how to treat holes and cable penetrations in a data center's raised floor.
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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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  • AirGuard Split Extreme, Newest Product in Award Winning Line of Data Center Floor Grommets

    PDU Cables is proud to introduce the all new AirGuard Split Extreme. A split version of its top selling Extreme brushed grommet for sealing cable cutouts in data center raised floors.
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  • Improved Cable Management

    For many data centers managing cables is an afterthought. Not having a plan or scheme in place prior to running cables, makes troubleshooting problems difficult. Companies should develop cable management plans and guidelines prior to any cable installation.
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  • Dual Corded Servers

    The great advantage of using dual corded equipment is it will allow continuous uptime to your servers in the event of a power supply failure, or tripped circuit breaker, as well as giving facilities the necessary window of time to do proper maintenance.
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  • Power Cable Installation Checklist

    In the data center, checklists help ensure routine tasks are completed on-time and as specified, even if performed by multiple people together or separately. Consider power cable installation checklists a step towards date center uptime success.
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  • UL Listed Power Cables

    Using UL Listed cable assemblies assure the data center manager and electrical inspector of code compliance and provide certainty of data center uptime.
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