2016 in rewind: The most read articles in our blog

2016 comes to an end – and we look back one last time: Have a look at the five most-read articles of 2016.

(1) ABB introduces a modular UPS for industrial applications up to 120 kVA

At Europe’s premier technology trade show Hanover fair, ABB launched the latest addition to its industrial power protection portfolio. PowerLine DPA is a new modular uninterruptible power supply (UPS) system for use in light industrial applications. The UPS covers power ranges from 20 kVA to 120 kVA and is designed for use in industrial settings affected by dust, moisture, contamination and varying temperatures. Read more»

(2) Survey: DCIM has penetrated only half of the data center market

A recently published survey by Intel and Dell has found that almost half of IT managers have little about what is happening under the hoods of their data centers: Only 53 percent use data center infrastructure management (DCIM) systems, which can provide critical information about power and thermal usage, while also offering tangible ways to save money. Read more»

(3) New Video: ABB’s industrial power protection – PowerLine DPA UPS

ABB’s PowerLine DPA is an online double conversion UPS. It makes the advantages of ABB’s unique modular UPS architecture available for locations that are usually rough on electronic equipment. PowerLine DPA is based on ABB’s Decentralized Parallel Architecture (DPA) that ensures the very best UPS design in terms of availability, flexibility, cost and ease of use. Watch video»

(4) Why power factor has to be taken into account when specifying a UPS

When specifying a new UPS, its power rating must be well matched to the job in hand. If the UPS cannot handle the real power and the reactive power consumed by the load an overload situation will quickly develop that could lead to UPS damage or outage and the critical load becoming unprotected. Read more»

(5) Video: ‪ABB solves Volico Data Centers’ need for rightsizing and easy scalability

Volico Data Centers’ owner and director of operations, Gadi Hus, built his center with a pay-as-we-grow concept in mind. But when it came time to grow, it was a no-go because his UPS didn’t have the needed flexibility and scalability. That’s why Volico turned to ABB. Watch video»

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