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Refreshing Legacy UPS (Part 3 of 3) - 03 Oct 2013

Many businesses install their UPS (uninterruptible power supply) and then leave it for years, not thinking about whether or not that old unit is cost effective or not. Over the next three weeks, we are going to be looking at some of the benefits associated with upgrading legacy UPS equipment and the reasons why you might want to think about your critical power equipment.

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E is for EMBS E is for EMBS - 30 Sep 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 E. E is for EMBS (External Maintenance Bypass Switch).

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Refreshing Legacy UPS (Part 2 of 3) - 26 Sep 2013

Many businesses install their UPS (uninterruptible power supply) and then leave it for years, not thinking about whether or not that old unit is cost effective or not. Over the next three weeks, we are going to be looking at some of the benefits associated with upgrading legacy UPS equipment and the reasons why you might want to think about your critical power equipment.

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D is for Diesel - 23 Sep 2013

Welcome to a new feature to the Powertecnique website. Every Monday over the coming weeks we’ll be walking you through an A-Z of the terms you hear associated with critical power supplies. As this is the fourth post in our series we reach the letter D. D is for Diesel

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Refreshing Legacy UPS (Part 1 of 3) - 19 Sep 2013

any businesses install their UPS (uninterruptible power supply) and then leave it for years, not thinking about whether or not that old unit is cost effective or not. Over the next three weeks, we are going to be looking at some of the benefits associated with upgrading legacy UPS equipment and the reasons why you might want to think about your critical power equipment.

This week we explain the energy efficiency benefits that come from upgrading your old UPS.

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C is for Capacitors - 16 Sep 2013

Welcome to a new feature to the Powertecnique website. Every Monday over the coming weeks we’ll be walking you through an A-Z of the terms you hear associated with critical power supplies. As this is the third post in our series we reach the letter C. C is for Capacitors.

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B is for Batteries - 09 Sep 2013

Welcome to a new feature to the Powertecnique website. Every Monday over the coming weeks we’ll be walking you through an A-Z of the terms you hear associated with critical power supplies. This is the second post in our series which brings us to B. B is for Batteries.

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The Energy Gap (Part 3 of 3) - 05 Sep 2013

The UK is facing a future where our white goods could be turned off remotely by The Grid as demand dramatically outstrips our domestic supply. We will have no option but to import what power we need to meet our consumption requirements.

In the final piece of our series on the energy gap Roger Josephs, Head Engineer of Powertecnique, looks at the importance of backing up your electricity supply and ways you can go about it.

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A is for Autonomy - 02 Sep 2013

Welcome to a new feature to the Powertecnique website. Every Monday over the coming weeks we’ll be walking you through an A-Z of the terms you hear associated with critical power supplies. We’re going to begin at the traditional starting point for an alphabetical run through with A. A is for Autonomy.

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The Energy Gap (Part 2 of 3) - 29 Aug 2013

The UK is facing a future where our white goods could be turned off remotely by The Grid as demand dramatically outstrips our domestic supply. We will have no option but to import what power we need to meet our consumption requirements.

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