Eaton's white papers demonstrate how our technology solutions can best address your needs and solve your most pressing business problems.
|Ten Ways to Protect Your IT Infrastructure
Reduce Costs while protecting critical business systems.
|Distributing Power to Blade Servers
With the growth in blade servers with dual or triple power supplies, a single rack of equipment can easily produce dozens of power cords to manage—and an appetite for 20 kW or more of reliable power. Traditional power strips are just not up to the task.
|Data Center – Unique Characteristics and the Role of Medium Voltage Vacuum Circuit Breakers
Data Centers are a critical part of the world economic systems. Billions of electronic transactions happen via data centers per year. These transactions can contain financial transactions that are critical to the parent company.
|Electrical Equipment Floor Space: Selected NEC Code Requirements and New Options for the Electrical System Designer
Electrical Equipment Floor Space: Selected NEC Code Requirements and New Options for the Electrical System Designer
|Power factor as it relates to UPS products
This white paper is designed to provide clarification about issues related to UPS power factor (pf).
|Branch Circuit Protection for High Density 208V Power Solutions
The following is an overview of ‘hidden’ issues that some manufacturers are not divulging about the use of Branch Circuit Protection for your high density, mission critical power units.
|Energy efficient transformers reduce data center utility costs
New legislation restricts the type of transformers you can buy, to more expensive models of new design. That’s actually good news for your power distribution system.
|Powerware eNotify Remote Monitoring and Diagnostics Service
Eaton offers Powerware eNotify Remote Monitoring & Diagnostics Service for Powerware UPS service contract customers.
|Who tripped the circuit?
The clear-cut case for branch circuit monitoring in data centers.
|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.
|Surge Suppression Takes the Bite Out of Transients
An article from the October 2006 Plant Engineering magazine authored by Carey Mossop.