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  • Tips to Save Energy in Your Data Center(2)
    • 2017-11-13 09:44:59
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    In the last article we discussed two ways to save energy in the data center, If the idea of dramatically reducing energy costs in your data center intrigues you, read on to discover how to gain this edge for your organization. ●Adopt power distribution at 208V/230V. To satisfy global markets, virtually all IT equipment is rated to work with input power voltages ranging from 100V to 240V AC. The hi...

  • Tips to Save Energy in the Data Center (1)
    • 2017-11-13 09:25:20
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    If you manage a data center , or engineer the architecture for clients who do, you know how critical to save energy have become. High-density computing environments can be a huge drain on operating budgets for several reasons:1) expanding power demands, 2) increasing power costs, and 3) excessive heat. It's a challenge to conserve energy while supporting these growing loads - without bringing unwa...

  • Reduce the loss of power risks,right now!
    • 2017-11-02 17:13:10
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    If you have witnessed in the past flickering lights in your home or office, computer freezing up or restarting, then you may be suffering a power supply problem. The IT equipment storing data is extremely sensitive and will not tolerate loss of power for more than a few milliseconds. It is also at risk from power anomalies such as over-voltages, transients, sags and spikes arising from the power&n...

  • Take care of the UPS battery
    • 2017-11-02 17:14:08
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    UPS battery provides DC power supply for electric equipment, which requires long working life.  UPS Battery Backup protect your equipment against blackouts, brownouts and power surge that can damage equipment so make sure your battery is in peak condition.It is well known that the most common reason for load loss is due to battery failure.So UPS battery plays an important role in the UPS syst...

  • Be cautious of your UPS failure
    • 2017-11-02 17:15:48
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    A UPS(uninterruptible power system) typically provides up to 30minutes-2hours of backup power. In other words, UPS is not intended to keep your computer equipment running during a blackout, but it does give you the opportunity to safely save whatever you are working on and properly shut everything down. Unfortunately, the battery will not retain a charge forever, and there are many mista...

  • How to choose the right UPS
    • 2017-11-02 17:16:17
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    Your data and computer systems are important to you and your business. Power is the lifeblood of your data center, and your IT equipment is designed to be supplied with a steady flow.So UPS (uninterruptible power supply )systems are a critical component of your data center, whether you’re running just a couple computers or numerous servers. UPS systems are not designed equally, and choos...

  • UPS tepologies: Which one best fits your customers' needs?
    • 2017-11-02 17:16:49
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    The different Uninterruptible Power Supply topologies provide varying degrees of protection. There are several factors that determine which one will best fit your customers’ needs, including the level of reliability and availability they require, the type of equipment being protected and the application or environment in question. While the three most common topologies outlined below all meet the ...

  • What will you do when UPS reaches her ending life
    • 2017-11-02 17:17:40
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    A UPS service provider should be a solid partner to help you track your service requirements on your UPS system. Battery replacements, capacitors, fans and eventually UPS replacement are all part of a UPS system life cycle. So, if you’ve received a notice from your UPS that your unit is reaching end-of-life soon, what should you do? REVIEW THE PURPOSE OF YOUR UPS SYSTEM If you are like most facili...

  • Worldwide voltage map
    • 2017-02-25 17:40:33
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    Single-phase voltages                 110-127V; 60Hz (also 208V; 60Hz)                 110-127V; 60Hz                 100V                 220/230V; 50Hz                 240V;...

  • What's the effective life of Australias data centers
    • 2017-02-14 20:01:53
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    ATO proposes specific depreciation lifespans. The Australian Taxation Office is asking the IT industry to pitch in and help it work out the effective lifespan of Data center and the kit that runs them. Recently, the ATO quietly published a draft determination for the effective lives of assets used in the Data center industry. Following a routine review of the assets and equipment listed in its tax...

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