EEC Releases Newest White Paper “Integrated Sequence of Operations: Coordinating ATS and UPS Set Points Can Avoid a Hidden Cause of Downtime”
Release date: 7/15/2014
MARLBOROUGH, MA, July 15, 2014 – Electronics Environment Corporation (EEC), a leader in mission critical facility management for almost three decades, has released its most recent white paper titled “Integrated Sequence of Operations: Coordinating ATS and UPS Set Points Can Avoid a Hidden Cause of Downtime”, now available on the EEC website. This white paper identifies a relatively unknown cause of downtime as well as key precautions every mission-critical data center operator should consider in order to ensure optimum functionality and uptime of equipment and operations.
EEC’s latest white paper explores uncoordinated set points between Automatic Transfer Switch (ATS) and Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) equipment, including typical conditions that can lead to damaged equipment and/or cause downtime. The document also offers easy and inexpensive prevention methods including consistent monitoring and upkeep of all equipment and operations. Leveraging its five-step approach which includes: maintaining proper documentation; regularly checking set points; conducting routine transfer tests and routine outage simulations; and commissioning and re-commissioning properly, EEC has developed a system to ensure proper function throughout while proactively avoiding potential causes of downtime.
“Integrated Sequence of Operations: Coordinating ATS and UPS Set Points Can Avoid a Hidden Cause of Downtime” also offers real-world case studies, recommendations and best practices for proper sequencing of switchgear, UPS and generators to help ensure optimal uptime. EEC stresses the important of customization, initial and periodic calibration of equipment, immediate calibration of new equipment, and continual testing to safeguard facilities from unexpected service interruptions.
Electronics Environments Corporation is experienced in the design and upkeep of mission critical facilities, overseeing all phases of the data center lifecycle. Offering support, analysis, and expert advisement, EEC creates the optimum environment for your data center’s continued success.
To download EEC’s white paper, “Integrated Sequence of Operations: Coordinating ATS and UPS Set Points Can Avoid a Hidden Cause of Downtime”, please visit White Paper.
For more information about Electronic Environments Corporation and its Mission Critical Construction Services Division, please visit EEC Net.
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About Electronic Environments
Founded in 1986, Electronic Environments Corporation (EEC Net) provides critical facility services to information technology and telecommunication throughout all phases of data center lifecycle. EEC offers a single source for fully integrated data center design, mission- critical construction, and 24×7 support services. Its proven practices help IT and facilities managers eliminate downtime and reduce energy consumption within data centers and telecom sites. EEC is headquartered in Marlborough, MA and has offices located throughout the United States.
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