APC Promotion Single Phase UPS from the SC1000I 1kVA UPS to the Smart UPS 10000VA RT Solution.
An event that disrupts your business, no matter how limited or broad in scope, can undermine your ability to remain competitive—and maybe even to survive. But while disaster recovery planning for your facilities and technology is critical to your business continuity, you also need to fully consider the impact of a disruption on your most valuable asset: your employees. What would happen to your business if your workers were unable to perform their jobs? If critical operations are broken in one area, do you have a well-tested plan to transition the work—and possibly your staff—to another, unaffected area? Severe weather could impact mobility and keep employees from getting to your facility. A power outage could prevent workers from getting online or taking critical phone calls. Pandemics, terrorism, and natural and manmade disasters can be life-threatening or hinder your workforce from its ability to continue business in multiple ways.
GSM Power Switch-Control Power by Text GSM Power Switch from Critical Power Supplies. Text sent when mains power is lost or restored or temperature thresh holds reached and you can also send status request via SMS and receive promptly back updates.
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The DC2Sensor can be installed at the DC power distribution board or in distributed remote locations such as PoPs, base stations, and Head Ends. The unit features a DIN rail mountable design and Ethernet connectiv ity and supports 12 inputs for current measurements.
The CRITICALPwRCalc is designed to help end users, contractors and electrical engineers get a clear perspective of projected and anticipated energy usage, plus an accurate calculation of load sizes and characteristics before purchasing strategic equipment - such as UPS (uninterruptible power supplies), generators and PDUs (power distribution units).
Jason Koffler and Rob Lynes on the 16th of June 2013 will be cycling the London to Brighton British Heart Foundation charity event. The British Heart Foundation is the UK's heart charity. Every day they save lives, through pioneering research, providing vital information to help people reduce their own heart health risks, campaigning for change and supporting and caring for heart patients.
The Battery Product Matrix from Critical Power Supplies, with many batteries available from stock we hope the following guide helps you select the right battery for your new or battery replacement application. We also offer a battery swap out service and a comprehensive range of recycling options which include making the batteries safe for removal, transportation to our recycling centre and issuing of the waste transfer certification. Our sales and service team can also help you with Wet Batteries.
British authorities have insisted they are prepared for the looming apocalypse and have issued advice on how to cope. We at Critical Power Supplies have complied the following simple advice. In the event that the world ends on December 21, the public should check the car, fit a smoke alarm and learn to make a fire.
Raritan a leading provider of data center infrastructure management (DCIM) solutions, today announced that two of its DCIM solutions were recognized for their innovation in efficient data center management. Raritan dcTrack® DCIM software received the bronze 2012 Innovation Distinction (id 2012) award, and Raritan's Intelligent Asset Management solution was awarded New Jersey Technology Council’s (NJTC) Innovation Award.
New Eaton 9PX UPS Maximises Energy Efficiency, Reliability and Performance for Virtual Environments