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True Outdoor UPS for High Temperature and Harsh Environments

One question that we often receive is how to provide reliable power conditioning and uninterrupted power when the environment is less than ideal. High temperatures, weather, humidity and other harsh physical elements can wreak havoc on a UPS system and batteries. Toshiba International Corp (TIC) recently secured one of the first patents on a true, outdoor UPS that is purpose built for outdoor and rugged environments. See more for their recent press release!
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How Energy Efficient is Your UPS System?

When a company is deciding on ideal back-up power equipment for their space, they consider many factors, such as the capabilities of the system, how much the system can grow and expand, and what equipment the system will be supporting. One of the more important aspects of this decision is also the system’s overall efficiency. If your UPS is inefficient, it can end up costing your company time and money if it is not properly designed and utilized. Let’s review the concept of efficiency for UPS equipment, ways that efficiency is measured, and how the resultant data can then be applied to make improvements and realize savings to your UPS system. Continue reading “How Energy Efficient is Your UPS System?” »

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DC Power Plants: Efficient Power for Industry

For most of power infrastructure and transmission, the globe runs on alternating current (AC) power, but there are specific applications where Direct Current (DC) power is more efficient to use. We will explore DC power plants in more detail, why it is better for certain applications, and the industries where it is most commonly used. Continue reading “DC Power Plants: Efficient Power for Industry” »

When an Energy Efficient UPS Isn’t As Efficient as You Think

When an Energy Efficient UPS Isn’t As Efficient as You Think

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.

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