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Managing power through networked electrical systems
Managing power through networked electrical systems

Engineers should consider the benefits of networking electrical systems—monitoring and controlling power, its usage, and how it affects system reliability.Read More

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Applying building energy modeling
Applying building energy modeling

Whole building energy modeling techniques and software are crucial for designing code-compliant buildings. At the same time, this near-mandatory exercise introduces opportunities for engineers to add... Read More

Balancing active and passive fire protection
Balancing active and passive fire protection

Fire protection engineers can and should consider the building's construction, fire suppression systems, and smoke control when designing fire protection systems. Read More

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Cx Giants make their mark
Cx Giants make their mark

The 2014 Commissioning Giants had several new entries this year. The 15 firms reported a total of more than $351 million in revenue dedicated to commissioning new buildings or retro-commissioning... Read More

Specifying a multi-mode UPS in data centers
Specifying a multi-mode UPS in data centers

Engineers should consider lifecycle cost and energy efficiency models for evaluating data center uninterruptable power supply (UPS) systems.Read More

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WEBCAST: Critical Power: Selective Coordination
Selective coordination is a means of localizing an overcurrent condition to restrict electrical outages to the affected equipment, circuit, or feeder. In a properly coordinated system, a fault induces operation of the nearest device on the line side of the fault and limits the outage to only the faulted portion of the system.

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Paralleling switchgear for mission critical applications
Paralleling switchgear for mission critical applications

The Digital Commander Paralleling Switchgear is provides management and control of backup power in... Read More

Air cooled scroll chillers
Air cooled scroll chillers

The Trailblazer family of air cooled scroll chillers use an all-aluminum microchannel heat... Read More

Mobile generator for air quality management
Mobile generator for air quality management

The Cat XQ375 mobile diesel generator is designed to meet Tier 4 Final emissions standards and... Read More

Sensor operated faucets
Sensor operated faucets

The Serin line of faucets have a range of power options, including a long-life battery pack and a... Read More

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