New Products for Electrical and Communications Systems

By Consulting Specifying Engineer Staff April 17, 2007

Telecommunications connectors are said to achieve best-in-class optical performance, with a typical insertion loss as low as 0.1 dB. The product line enhancement also includes a new tool kit, which features lightweight, handheld tools, virtually zero set-up time and enables installation of a connector in less than one minute. For more about UniCam from Corning, click here .

Transfer switches have been shown by independent testing to exceed IBC requirement by operating during a simulated severe seismic event. This is significant as the requirement only requires the transfer switch to operate before and after an event. IBC 2003 certification for severe seismic events is critical for states such as California, Washington, Nevada, Idaho and Colorado. For more about ASCO transfer switches and seismic requirements, click here .

Rack mount PDU is available in both North American and European configurations. The North American
version input power is 3-phase 120/208 volt 30 amp, via a NEMA L21-30P plug. Power output is at
120 volts and distributed through 24 IEC C13 “computer style” receptacles, providing 8,640 VA of power.
The European version input power is 3-phase 230/400 volt 20 amp via an IEC 60309 plug. Power output
is at 230 volts and distributed through 24 IEC C13 “computer style” receptacles, providing 11,040 VA of power.
For more about PDUs from Pulizzi, click here .

Racks and cabinets combine power management and precision cooling technology with rack systems.
The product line consists of three different styles of 19-inch racks, including server-style, open-frame and
distribution cabinets, as well as a family of power strips and a full line of rack accessories. For more about
Knurr from Liebert, click here .