Eaton's white papers demonstrate how our technology solutions can best address your needs and solve your most pressing business problems.
|Transient Overvoltages on Ungrounded Systems from Intermittent Ground Faults
Many papers and standards have discussed grounding of an electrical distribution system. Of course, an electrical distribution system may or may not include a reference to ground.
|3-Pole and 4-Pole Transfer Switch Switching Characteristics
Whether to, and how to, switch a neutral connection when transferring a load between two separate three-phase sources is a topic of frequent discussion.
|Power Monitoring 101
Supervisory, connectivity and protection options that add an umbrella of protection over your entire IT infrastructure.
|A Quantitative TCO Comparison of 400v AC and 600v AC Power Systems
Electrical Equipment Floor Space: This paper provides a quantitative analysis of 400V AC and 600V AC power distribution systems, at power load levels ranging from 300 kVA to 10 MVA, to determine which offers the lowest total cost of ownership (TCO).
|The Vector Approach to Data Center Power Planning
How to avoid unplanned obsolescence in the power distribution infrastructure.
|Is your data center running out of power or cooling?
To keep pace with business demands, data centers pack in more power-hungry, heatgenerating IT systems than ever. Many power and cooling systems are reaching their limits.
|What your IT equipment needs from a UPS
The top five requirements that define “quality power” in the eyes of the power supplies in your IT systems.
|Increase Server Energy Efficiencies by Using High-Voltage Power Supplies and 208V UPSs
Maximizing energy efficiencies in today’s SMB IT enterprise is rapidly becoming an important factor in saving costs and reducing an organization’s carbon footprint.
|Straight Talk about Electrolytic Capacitors in your UPS
Electrolytic capacitors are fairly simple devices, ranging in size from a thimble to a soda can, that smooth out fluctuations in electrical voltage. A typical UPS contains a dozen or more different types and sizes of electrolytic capacitors—small ones that smooth out the power supplied to the UPS processor (its on-board intelligence), and large ones to regulate the power that flows to protected equipment.
|The ABCs of UPS Service
Eaton Corporation, a global leader in power quality, distribution and control, recommends the inclusion of a service plan in order to maximize the performance and reliability of an uninterruptible power system (UPS). This white paper examines the basic concepts of UPS service.
|The Benefits of a Preventive Maintenance Service Plan for your UPS
Because companies rely on a UPS to deliver continuous power without any disruption to their business, a maintenance plan is a critical component to ensure that a UPS minimizes the risks of downtime and performs as expected.
|Is your data center ready for virtualization?
Virtualization brings the potential to deliver dramatic savings in terms of server count, footprint, power consumption and cooling requirements for data centers.
|The necessary convergence of IT and Facilities
The necessary convergence of IT and Facilities.
|Power Considerations for VoIP
Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) streamlines business network infrastructures, because one network does the work of two.
|Redefining the economics of running the modern data center
Is your IT organization capitalizing on the latest technology options and best practices?
|Parallel UPS configurations
Increasingly, organizations are finding that the risk of running off straight utility power—even briefly—is too great to ignore. So they deploy multiple UPS modules to ensure conditioned power even if one UPS fails.
|Modularity in the data center power infrastructure
Building the data center to meet the needs of an uncertain future is an expensive and needless exercise in over-engineering. New designs need to be modular, with built-in expansion capabilities.
|Increase the efficiency of power distribution in your high-density data center
As power density in modern data centers increases, more focus has been placed on improving efficiency in the power distribution infrastructure.
|Considering the effects of UPS operation with leading power factor loads
Over the past five years, a new generation of data processing and communications equipment has become prevalent in modern data centers and network operations centers.
|Is power your weakest link in data center flexibility?
Key considerations for power systems in adaptive IT environments.