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S is for SNMP Card S is for SNMP Card - 13 Jan 2014

Welcome to a regular feature on the Powertecnique blog. Every Monday we talk you through an A-Z of the terms you hear associated with critical power supplies. In this latest post we’ve reached the letter S. S is for SNMP card.

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R is for Remote Monitoring R is for Remote Monitoring - 06 Jan 2014

Welcome to a regular feature on the Powertecnique blog. Every Monday we talk you through an A-Z of the terms you hear associated with critical power supplies. In this latest post we’ve reached the letter R. R is for Remote Monitoring.

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ISO 9001 Q is for QMS - 21 Dec 2013

Welcome to a regular feature on the Powertecnique blog. Every Monday we talk you through an A-Z of the terms you hear associated with critical power supplies. In this latest post we’ve reached the letter Q. Q is for QMS (Quality Management System).

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P is for Power Factor P is for Power Factor - 16 Dec 2013

Welcome to a regular feature on the Powertecnique blog. Every Monday we talk you through an A-Z of the terms you hear associated with critical power supplies. In this latest post we’ve reached the letter P. P is for Power Factor.

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O is for Overvoltage - 09 Dec 2013

Welcome to a regular feature on the Powertecnique blog. Every Monday we talk you through an A-Z of the terms you hear associated with critical power supplies. In this latest post we’ve reached the letter O. O is for Overvoltage.

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Modular or Standalone UPS, is it a straightforward choice? Modular or Standalone UPS, is it a straightforward choice?(Part 3 of 3) - 05 Dec 2013

n the last in our series about modular UPS Darren Pearce, Managing Director at Powertecnique, explains continues to talk about some of the considerations you will want to make when purchasing a system and gives us his final thoughts.

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N is for N+1 - 02 Dec 2013

Welcome to a regular feature on the Powertecnique blog. Every Monday we talk you through an A-Z of the terms you hear associated with critical power supplies. In this latest post we’ve reached the letter N. N is for N+1.

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Modular or Standalone UPS, is it a straightforward choice? (Part 2 of 3) Modular or Standalone UPS, is it a straightforward choice? (Part 2 of 3) - 28 Nov 2013

Following on from last week's post about modular UPS today Darren Pearce, Managing Director at Powertecnique, explains some of the differences between modular & traditional UPS.

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M is for MTBF - 25 Nov 2013

Welcome to a regular feature on the Powertecnique blog. Every Monday we talk you through an A-Z of the terms you hear associated with critical power supplies. In this latest post we’ve reached the letter M. M is for MTBF (Mean Time Between Failures).

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Modular or Standalone UPS, is it a straightforward choice?(Part 1 of 3) Modular or Standalone UPS, is it a straightforward choice?(Part 1 of 3) - 21 Nov 2013

Modular UPS systems have thrown up an alternative option for those seeking a critical power solution. However, choosing between a traditional UPS & a modular unit can be tricky.

Over the next 3 weeks we'll be looking at some of the differences and things you'd like to consider when you're thinking about purchasing a modular UPS.

Today Darren Pearce, Managing Director at Powertecnique, explains some of the basics of modular UPS.

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