New Products for Power Quality and Reliability

04/23/2007


Rack and cabinet protection are offered for critical IT networks that are claimed to combine superior airflow and easy configuration with a full range of options: high capacity rack-mount UPS systems; surge suppressors; PDUs/power strips; maintenance bypass; and precision cooling. For more about Liebert products from Zonatherm, click here .

Power management software is designed for IT managers who face the challenge of managing virtual servers, blade servers and N+X power redundancy levels, be it on the server or the UPS side. This new version of the software features a web-based interface and is compatible with a host of operating systems including Vista, Windows Server 2003 Standard x64 Edition and Xeon 64 or Linux distributions (Ubuntu, Novell, Redhat, Mandriva, Debian, VMWare ESX). For more about Network Shutdown Module 3.1 from MGE, click here .

Online UPS series combines double-conversion technology with a design and flexibility that allows the units to be installed in one of several configurations depending on the situation: rack/cabinet configuration (19-in. rack kit included, 23-in. rack optional); tower configuration (installation kit included); and wall-mount configuration (installation kit optional). Double-conversion technology is designed so that the inverter is always connected to the output of the UPS. For more about UPS systems from Minuteman, click here .

Testing instrument is designed specifically for locating faults in shielded, primary and direct buried electric cables. The unit is available in three configurations: as a stand-alone unit (without probes) that detects electromagnetic impulse; a single-probe version which allows for detection of the acoustic thump and provides a measure of the distance to the fault; and as a dual-probe version which can also provide the direction to the fault. A stand-alone or single-probe version can be easily upgraded at any time. For more information about the MPP1000, click here .





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