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    UPS systems now include digital controls with the intelligence to alter and optimize the performance of the UPS. They automatically calibrate the system and ensure the UPS is working properly. In addition, they ensure that the UPS switches between traditional operation and bypass during overloads, protecting the UPS system and the overall power infrastructure. This minimizes the need to make manual adjustments based on site conditions. Instead of requiring a service technician to manually adjust the analog controls, the UPS system itself monitors the conditions at the site (power factor, load and ambient temperature) and makes adjustments to maintain optimum performance.

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    UPS systems now include digital controls with the intelligence to alter and optimize the performance of the UPS. They automatically calibrate the system and ensure the UPS is working properly. In addition, they ensure that the UPS switches between traditional operation and bypass during overloads, protecting the UPS system and the overall power infrastructure. This minimizes the need to make manual adjustments based on site conditions. Instead of requiring a service technician to manually adjust the analog controls, the UPS system itself monitors the conditions at the site (power factor, load and ambient temperature) and makes adjustments to maintain optimum performance.

The first decade of the 21st century was one of rapid growth and change for data centers. For most of the decade, data center managers were forced to react to rapid, continuous changes dictated by the capacity and availability requirements of their organizations, and the density of the equipment being deployed to meet those requirements.

Now, data centers must enter a new stage of maturity marked by a more proactive approach to management to enable increased efficiency, better planning and higher levels of service. Achieving actionable visibility into data center operations requires the ability to collect, consolidate and analyze data across the data center, using advanced devices, sensors and management software.

The 10 steps outlined by Emerson Network Power, and highlighted in this slideshow, provide a systematic approach to building the foundation for data center infrastructure management by deploying and leveraging measurement, intelligent controls and centralized monitoring and management. Data centers employing these 10 prescribed point solutions for infrastructure performance monitoring stand to gain an operational, strategic and transformative advantage for their enterprise or business.

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