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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

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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

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... Read More

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Send in the engineering troops
Send in the engineering troops

Military facilities present an army of challenges—exacting codes and regulations, stepped-up security issues, and budgetary concerns. Here, engineers who’ve earned their stripes on such projects... Read More

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

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Modular Data Center Design
The data center market has expanded dramatically in the past few years, and it doesn’t show signs of slowing down. Many clients and building owners are requesting modular data centers, which can be placed anywhere data capacity is needed. Modular data centers can help cash-strapped building owners add a new data center (or more capacity) to their site, and can assist facilities with unplanned outages, such as disruptions due to storms.

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Arc-flash relay
Arc-flash relay

AF0500 Arc-flash relay offers plug-and-play installation and fast arc detection.Read More

York LX series packaged units
York LX series packaged units

York LX Series packaged units by Johnson Controls offer a contractor-friendly design, easy... Read More

Variable speed starter
Variable speed starter

The PowerXL DE1 variable speed starter for reduced installation time, space saving design and... Read More

Electric motor for manufacturing, building maintenance
Electric motor for manufacturing, building maintenance

Digital Variable Reluctance Smart Motor brings electric motors into the 21st Century.Read More

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