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UPS Systems

  • Data Center Environmental Monitoring

    Monitoring a data center's physical premises and inner workings help to provide a more safe and reliable facility. The following points address some important areas to for monitoring.
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  • Worker Electrocuted

    Regardless of all precautions taken to create a safe environment when working on electrical equipment, always assume it is energized before beginning the work. Here are a few thoughts on creating a safer data center work environment.
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  • Data Center Facility Staff Duties

    Selecting duties that data center staff should perform verse outsourcing.
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  • UPS System Preventative Maintenance

    A spike, surge or swell in voltage, a sag, brownout or blackout of power, are all different types of power anomalies. All of which share a common effect on data centers, they can directly result in downtime and equipment damage. The primary purpose of an uninterruptable power supply (UPS) is to protect critical equipment from these power anomalies and provide emergency power to electrical equipment when the primary power source fails.
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  • UPS Systems: Buying and Maintenance

    As the U.S. electrical grid becomes less reliable, and the number and severity of outages increase the steps taken to ensure continuous uptime in tomorrow’s data centers will prove challenging. The backbone of a resilient electrical infrastructure is the UPS system.
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  • UPS System Battery Room Safety

    At the heart of any UPS system supporting a mission critical facility is the battery. IEEE, OSHA, EPA, NEC, NFPA, and many more agencies, committees and groups offer safety recommendations regarding the design, construction, maintenance and monitoring of battery rooms.
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  • UPS System Battery Maintenance

    The weak link in a standby battery based emergency backup system is the battery. Buying the best battery for your intended use is the first step to success, regular monitoring and preventative maintenance is the next step in making sure that backup power systems are ready and able to support today’s mission critical environment when the need arises.
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  • UPS System Battery Basics

    With battery related failures accounting for more than one-third of all UPS system failures over the life of the equipment, it is important to not only purchase the right batteries for you system, but also properly monitor and maintain them.
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