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L is for Load Bank Test L is for Load Bank Test - 20 Nov 2013

Welcome to a regular feature on the Powertecnique blog. Every week we're talking through an A-Z of the terms you hear associated with critical power supplies. In this latest post we’ve reached the letter L. L is for Load Bank Test.

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K is for kVA K is for kVA - 11 Nov 2013

elcome 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 K. K is for kVA (Kilo Volt Ampere).

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J is for Joule J is for Joule - 04 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 J. J is for Joule.

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Accreditations (Part 3 of 3) - 31 Oct 2013

A whole industry exists to accredit suppliers, with myriad accrediting bodies being attached either to service professions (such as teaching, electrical engineering and law) or across sectors (for example healthcare, construction and aerospace).

Here, Darren Pearce, Managing Director of Powertecnique looks at UK accreditations and gives examples plus the benefits that those accreditations bring.

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I is for Inverter - 28 Oct 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 I. I is for Inverter.

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Accreditations (Part 2 of 3) - 24 Oct 2013

A whole industry exists to accredit suppliers, with myriad accrediting bodies being attached either to service professions (such as teaching, electrical engineering and law) or across sectors (for example healthcare, construction and aerospace).

Here, Darren Pearce, Managing Director of Powertecnique looks at UK accreditations in a bit more depth than last week and explains the benefits of accreditations to differing users.

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H is for Harmonics H is for Harmonics - 21 Oct 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 H. H is for Harmonics.

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Accreditations (Part 1 of 3) - 17 Oct 2013

A whole industry exists to accredit suppliers, with myriad accrediting bodies being attached either to service professions (such as teaching, electrical engineering and law) or across sectors (for example healthcare, construction and aerospace).

Here, Darren Pearce, Managing Director of Powertecnique looks at UK accreditations and what benefits they bring to suppliers and purchasers.

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G is for Governor G is for Governor - 14 Oct 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 G. G is for Governor.

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F is for Filters - 07 Oct 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 F. F is for Filters.

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