You may not be aware of adverse conditions within your facility that threaten to take down your critical loads at any time. That’s why monitoring your data center’s equipment is vital. Here are three facility monitoring systems to improve your mission-critical system protection. (Note: This post was written by Gary Wells, a Senior Field Engineer for Quality Power Solutions.) Continue reading “Three Facility Monitoring Systems Essential for Uptime” »
The recent headlines about power failures at prisons emphasized just how dependent high-security facilities are on emergency power. It’s why we follow these four best practices in facilities where safety depends on power for mission-critical systems. Continue reading “Four Ways to Lower Risk of Power Failure in High-Security Facilities” »
A highly efficient UPS can help cut energy costs. But if you base a UPS’s efficiency solely on its efficiency rating, you’re making a huge mistake. Efficiency ratings are often misunderstood, which is why it’s essential you understand how they work before your next UPS purchase.
The facility manager at a surgery center thought he had covered all his bases during recent renovation. But when the power suddenly went out, the surgical team was – of all things – unable to wash their hands. Yes, downtime can affect your facility in unexpected ways.
The verdict is in – the number one way to keep your UPS up and running is to schedule regular maintenance checks. Here are three ways UPS maintenance can provide insight into the health and life expectancy of your critical infrastructure – and potentially save your skin in the process.
UPS systems are extremely efficient at signaling alerts if something malfunctions. But to the untrained eye and ear, these warnings can just seem like flashing lights and loud noises. We’re going to help understand your UPS alarm, and tell you about a tool that can help you if trouble arises. Continue reading “WARNING: What Your UPS Alarm is Trying to Tell You” »