Thursday, August 1, 2013
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Getting to the bottom—and top—of PUE
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When developing data center energy-use estimations, energy engineers must account for all sources of energy use in the facility: computers, cooling plants, and other related equipment. Learn how to itemize power usage efficiency (PUE).Read More

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IP-all-the-way is the way to go
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To take full advantage of building management systems, we need Internet protocol all the way down to the simplest devices.Read More

Clarifying NEC Articles 725 and 800
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Electrical engineers should understand the differences between NEC Article 725 and Article 800, and how to apply them in low-voltage telecom projects.Read More

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Generators and transfer switches for mission critical facilities
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Transfer switches and generators are specified into commercial buildings—specifically health care facilities—to provide optional standby, emergency, and legally required power.Read More

Data centers and energy savings
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Some advice on how to save energy in data centers to achieve net-zero energy.Read More

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Critical Power: Circuit Protection In Health Care Facilities
Health care facilities and hospitals have more stringent circuit protection requirements than conventional building electrical systems. Because of the unique constraints of health care facility electrical systems, design engineers must ensure these demanding requirements are met. Engineers must understand and apply circuit protection best practices especially when designing electrical systems in health care facilities.

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