Articles Tagged: power reliability

IoT is changing the Critical Power EcoXpert ecosystem

In my previous post, I explained how critical power availability and reliability are at the very core of Industry 4.0. Worth a read, would love your thoughts. Now, let’s continue… Read more »

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How Power Distribution System Connectivity Extends Real-Time Vision and Control

This is the third in this blog post series, looking at how innovations in power distribution are helping facility teams like yours take full advantage of trends in energy decarbonization,… Read more »

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How digitization delivers new levels of insight into power reliability and energy efficiency

This is the second in the blog post series, looking at how power distribution systems are becoming more intelligent and connected. These innovations are needed to take full advantage of… Read more »

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Why Prefabricated, Modular Solutions Are a Perfect Fit for Edge Data Centers

As companies continue to put more and more IT resources into the cloud, it’s putting greater emphasis on the need for edge data centers, which serve at least two main… Read more »

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Power distribution’s paradigm shift: the new frontier in operational safety, reliability, and efficiency

We’ve all witnessed how the energy world is changing, and that pace of change is escalating. Compared to only a decade ago, electricity is being generated, distributed, and consumed in… Read more »

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7 Predictive Maintenance Techniques for Boosting Power Equipment Reliability

According to the Hartford Steam Boiler Insurance Company, businesses can expect a minimum of six hours of electrical distribution system-induced business interruption per year. Statistics from the Institute of Electrical… Read more »

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The Reliability Equation: Does your system pass?

Electrical Equipment: “A Means to an End” This may be some facility managers’ view of electrical equipment, which is usually out of sight and out of mind. An online definition… Read more »

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The Strength of Global Standards and Classification Societies for Reliable Power in Marine Applications

Like much else in modern life, today’s seafaring vessels have become highly dependent on electrical and electronic systems. So it follows that the availability of electrical power at sea is… Read more »

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How Can You Leverage Manufacturing Quality Improvement Techniques to Improve the Reliability of Your Healthcare Facility?

Power reliability in healthcare facilities is strongly related to the quality of healthcare delivery. In fact, a survey amongst facility managers by Schneider Electric identifies the subject as a chief… Read more »

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Critical Application Protection Vital to Ensure Continued Operations in Semiconductor Production

The global semiconductor business grows and grows. And given our increasing dependence upon all things electronic, it’s difficult to see a time when that won’t be the case. Look at… Read more »

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The Internet of Things Demands a Fresh Look at Power Protection

The Internet of Things (IoT) is all around us, constantly gathering all kinds of data and sending it off to various compute resources that will make sense of it to… Read more »

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Secure Power Beyond the Data Center

In today’s digital world, when we think about problems around power interruptions, the systems that are top of mind for many of us are information technology (IT) systems, meaning everything… Read more »

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Powerless: Lessons learned at Super Bowl XLVII

New Orleans, February 3, 2013. One minute and 38 seconds into the second half of Super Bowl XLVII something extraordinary happened: Half the lights went out inside the Superdome. With… Read more »

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Application needs in sectors including oil & gas set industrial UPS apart

Perhaps you’ve seen photos of uninterruptible power supply (UPS) units meant for industrial environments, or have seen one up close in person. One of the first things that makes these… Read more »

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The Strength of Global Standards and Classification Societies for Reliable Power in Marine Applications

Like much else in modern life, today’s seafaring vessels have become highly dependent on electrical and electronic systems. So it follows that the availability of electrical power at sea is… Read more »

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7 Predictive Maintenance Techniques for Boosting Power Equipment Reliability

According to the Hartford Steam Boiler Insurance Company, businesses can expect a minimum of six hours of electrical distribution system-induced business interruption per year. Statistics from the Institute of Electrical… Read more »

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Product reliability earns long-time customer – Captain Ed Potter

If anyone knows about the importance of having reliable power equipment, it’d be a guy like Ed Potter, a 30-year former employee of IBM, a licensed pilot, and a resident… Read more »

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The Internet of Things Demands New Thinking about Power Protection for Mains and Brains

When we look at megatrends affecting society as a whole, we hear a lot of reference to the Internet of Things (IoT). At the heart of this is the idea… Read more »

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Enterprise Energy and Sustainability: An Attainable Gooooaaaaal?

OK, I admit I still have Brazil and World Cup Soccer on my mind. But even with energy and sustainability being quite the rage in the era of big energy… Read more »

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Modernization: Making quiet heroes of data center managers

Competing successfully in today’s digital economy requires enterprises to be agile, flexible and data-driven, which means organizations must rely on their data centers more than ever before. This puts tremendous… Read more »

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Secure Power Beyond the Data Center

In today’s digital world, when we think about problems around power interruptions, the systems that are top of mind for many of us are information technology (IT) systems, meaning everything… Read more »

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Powerless: Lessons learned at Super Bowl XLVII

New Orleans, February 3, 2013. One minute and 38 seconds into the second half of Super Bowl XLVII something extraordinary happened: Half the lights went out inside the Superdome. With… Read more »

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Application needs in sectors including oil & gas set industrial UPS apart

Perhaps you’ve seen photos of uninterruptible power supply (UPS) units meant for industrial environments, or have seen one up close in person. One of the first things that makes these… Read more »

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The Internet of Things Demands a Fresh Look at Power Protection

The Internet of Things (IoT) is all around us, constantly gathering all kinds of data and sending it off to various compute resources that will make sense of it to… Read more »

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The Reliability Equation: Does your system pass?

Electrical Equipment: “A Means to an End” This may be some facility managers’ view of electrical equipment, which is usually out of sight and out of mind. An online definition… Read more »

1 Comment

7 Predictive Maintenance Techniques for Boosting Power Equipment Reliability

According to the Hartford Steam Boiler Insurance Company, businesses can expect a minimum of six hours of electrical distribution system-induced business interruption per year. Statistics from the Institute of Electrical… Read more »

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Why Eco-mode UPSs and Free Power Quality Make Energy Management Systems Even More Important

In the data center industry we’ve been talking for years about the need for reliable power and how best to ensure we get it. At Schneider Electric in particular we’ve… Read more »

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Emphasize Quality, Not Quantity, in Your Next Power-Monitoring Plan

Information overload is a problem for all of us today, with data on everything from today’s weather forecast to next week’s airfares both easier to access and less expensive to… Read more »

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Power distribution’s paradigm shift: the new frontier in operational safety, reliability, and efficiency

We’ve all witnessed how the energy world is changing, and that pace of change is escalating. Compared to only a decade ago, electricity is being generated, distributed, and consumed in… Read more »

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Modernization: Making quiet heroes of data center managers

Competing successfully in today’s digital economy requires enterprises to be agile, flexible and data-driven, which means organizations must rely on their data centers more than ever before. This puts tremendous… Read more »

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