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Toshiba G9000 UPS Series Awarded ENERGY STAR Qualification

Toshiba UPS

Toshiba International Corporation, Houston, TX, April 8, 2013 – The Toshiba International Corporation (TIC) Uninterruptible Power Systems (UPS) G9000 Series has received the ENERGY STARTM qualification under the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) new UPS category. The qualification includes every size of the G9000 product line, from 100-750 KVA.

Most Efficient UPS Tech Ever

Tokyo, Japan - Apr 7, 2013 (PRN): Power devices are strategic products, at the forefront of the discrete devices business. In power electronics, Toshiba's focus is on the development of MOSFETs and IGBTs, indispensable devices for securing an efficient, stable electricity supply—a precondition for flourishing smart communities that utilize big data in real time to realize high-performance infrastructure responsive to changing needs.

Oversized Facilities Equipment

We've seen it before and so have you: That small 1,000 square foot data center with (4) 30 ton CRAC units. The facility with 20kVA of load and 100kVA of UPS backup.

Oversizing Electrical Equipment and Cooling EquipmentOversizing your facility equipment is a waste of money, space and energy.

How to Manage Cables

There are many ways to manage cables, from underfloor cable management, overhead cable management, power strips and cable covers. Which system you choose depends on your needs. The days of messy cable covers and cable organizers is past, however. There are a few alternatives which offer a more flexible, robust and scalable option for routing cables.

Overhead Cable Management

Overhead Cable Management

How to Hide Cables and Wires in an Office

Effectively managing electrical, IT, voice and data cables in a work environment can be a challenge for any facilities manager.

You should first decide if you simply want to "hide" your cables, or if you want to professionally manage them. Managing cables means routing them in an orderly manner between devices in your network, whether those devices are servers, phones, monitors or other devices.

Raised Floor Panel Types: Concrete vs. Wood vs. Plastic vs. Metal

What type of raised floor panel should you use?

Ten or twenty years ago, this question probably wouldn't have come up. Besides a few off-brand outliers, all raised floor panels were of similar construction: a concrete (cementitious) core sandwiched between layers of steel. Before that, and solid steel panels were the norm.

The Steel gives the panels most of their strength, and the concrete core prevents deformation of the steel casing.


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