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  • Mitsubishi

    Mitsubishi

    The trend towards the "Green Outlook" and the “Greening of the Data Center” is readily apparent. Reduction of energy consumption through effective power usage and cost of ownership has become a top priority in the decision making process. Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) Systems are one of the core components of mission critical infrastructure supporting all business sectors today. It is not only a requirement to offer a highly technical, reliable UPS System that integrates seamlessly to the power infrastructure, but it must also be compact, lightweight and offer high operating efficiencies. To satisfy this total “Green” requirement, Mitsubishi has developed the most innovative and efficient UPS Systems to date.

  • Coolcentric

    Coolcentric

    Cooling accounts for over 50 percent of a data center's operating budget and continues to rise with increased computing loads and rising utility fees. The Coolcentric RDHx is a passive heat exchanger that eliminates up to 90 percent of energy consumption by indoor cooling units. The predictable and scalable liquid-cooling solution can be built on a pay as you grow basis, eliminating the upfront costs of building a complete air-cooled system on day one.

  • Accent Monitoring Group

    Accent Monitoring Group

    Battery monitoring systems are used today to monitor each individual jar and determine if there is a bad battery for replacement before it drags down the rest of the string. They are passive devices that don’t do anything to extend battery life. The BMCS system not only monitors and identifies the cause of the problem before a failure by periodically checking the internal resistance, temperature and voltage of each individual battery it also regulates the loading charge of each battery, extending the life up to its full design life. This avoids overcharges or undercharges which results in a longer lifespan of the complete battery system. With a proper charge on each cell, problems like sulphation of plates, grid corrosion and dryout are minimized doubling the useful life of VRLA batteries. The results are significant costs savings and much less recycling of hazardous materials.