Read More High Speed Data Transport Solutions based on an understanding of today’s vital business and technology challenges and how they impact data centers, Panduit has created best-in-class physical infrastructure solutions for HSDT.
Whether you’re expanding, consolidating or planning IT initiatives, your data center requires constant monitoring, tracking and the ability to view real-time infrastructure metrics and data for accurate planning and decision making.
The Trellis™ platform is a single application that provides the information you need, when you need it so you can accurately manage the data center and eliminate the need for multiple tools.
Single Phase, 5-20k VA The Liebert APS On-Line UPS provides mission-critical power protection to ensure that your customer’s essential IT functions will be available through power disruptions, fluctuations and outages.
It features on-demand capacity and scalability through Flex Power™ core modules, which enables customers to grow seamlessly as their needs change—without the burden of making large capital outlays on capacity they don’t actually need.
To make matters even more complicated, many uniterruptible power supplies use lead acid batteries like the one found in your automobile.
The law requires that lead acid batteries be properly recycled to prevent poisonous lead and suphuric acid from contaminating the ground and water.
Read More The ASCO 7000 Series Power Transfer Switch is available in the conventional, two-position transfer configuration, and closed or delayed transition modes of operation.
Additionally, switched or overlapping neutral options provide for reliable operation of ground fault protection systems and reduction of voltage transients from unbalanced load switching.
Read More The Cooper B-Line FLEXTRAY cable management system provides value through jobsite flexibility and labor savings.
Our system combines strength, lightweight construction, depth, and unmatched adaptability to support cables, tubes, and gas-tight pipes in a fast and economical way.
This change results, in part, from the differing conditions under which power-protection equipment must now operate.