Eaton's white papers demonstrate how our technology solutions can best address your needs and solve your most pressing business problems.
|Realizing energy savings in water processing applications using medium voltage adjustable frequency drives
Why uptime and energy efficiency matter in water processing
|Recommended Installation Practices for CHSPT1 and CHSPT2 Products
UL1449 3rd Edition Surge Products – Eaton Type 1 & 2 Surge Products
|Redefining the economics of running the modern data center
Is your IT organization capitalizing on the latest technology options and best practices?
|Replacement of hydro plant generator oil circuit breakers with modern vacuum technology
The successful implementation of vacuum generator circuit breakers for this hydro-plant project confirms the practical application and performance of vacuum circuit breakers in the 5000A range.
|Rethinking Data Center Design
Building the room around the rack can ease cooling challenges and save money
|Right-Sizing Your Power Infrastructure
Data centers today are undergoing unprecedented change, as new technologies such as virtualization, cloud computing help lower operating costs, conserve floor space and simplify management.
|Static Auto Tie Mean Time Between Failure Calculations
In a dual power path UPS and distribution system where there are single power cord loads (SPCL) as well as dual power cord loads (DPCL) the availability of protected power to the SPCLs can be greatly increased by the addition of a Powerware® Static Auto Tie (SAT) to the system which will allow the elimination of all the downstream static transfer switches (STS) that serve the SPCLs.
|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.
|Successful Facility-Wide Energy Management System Addition at a Minerals Processing Plant
This paper outlines the successful integration of a facility-wide energy management system into various Ash Grove cement plant facilities.
|Surge Suppression Takes the Bite Out of Transients
An article from the October 2006 Plant Engineering magazine authored by Carey Mossop.
|Ten Ways to Protect Your IT Infrastructure
Reduce Costs while protecting critical business systems.
|The ABCs of small hydro upgrade and automation
By Ian Peacock (Eaton) and Kevin Mahoney (Casco Systems)
|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.
|The integrated HMI-PLC
The heart of a “lean automation” solution
|The Journey of an Enterprise in a Process Industry Toward Improved Electrical Workplace Safety
This paper is based on a case study of Eatons Engineering Services arc flash compliance project at Lehigh Hansons 14 cement plants throughout North America. It received the Best Conference Technical Paper award at the 2013 Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Industrial Applications Society/Portland Cement Association (IEEE IAS/PCA) Cement Industry Technical Conference.
|The necessary convergence of IT and Facilities
The necessary convergence of IT and Facilities.
|The Reliability of Neutral Point Clamped vs. Cascaded H-Bridge Inverters
This paper discusses reliability of Medium Voltage Adjustable Frequency Drive designs utilizing standards of measurement of reliability.
|The Vector Approach to Data Center Power Planning
How to avoid unplanned obsolescence in the power distribution infrastructure.
|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.