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Article Date: 15th February 2018

Carlo Gavazzi Exhibits at this year's Data Centre World Exhibition (Stand D310)

Data Centre World - Electrical Distribution Systems - Power Quality

Carlo Gavazzi Data Centre World

Carlo Gavazzi would like to invite you to visit us on stand D310 at this year's Data Centre World exhibition to discuss how we can help your business with power outages or power quality issues in mission-critical applications such as data centres, hospitals and industrial process plants Don't let devastating consequences lead to financial losses, damage to reputation and reduced business.

Mission-critical applications have complex electrical distribution systems and it is essential that end-users monitor key parameters affecting power quality such as leakage currents, neutral-ground voltage, voltage stability, wave shape and harmonics. Equally, effective monitoring of power usage is essential to minimise energy consumption and running costs and meet environmental legislation and corporate social responsibility (CSR) targets.

Visitors will see the WM50 branch power monitoring solution have its debut appearance. This innovative solution offers:

  • installation time savings
  • space savings over traditional metering solutions
  • the ability to combine branch circuit and mains supply monitoring
  • scalable, modular monitoring
  • high speed data links between the CT block and the main meter thus reducing EMC issues

The result is a complete solution for data centres and critical load applications. While the base unit monitors the mains supply, its two branch buses link up to eight 12-channel split-core current transformer (CT) blocks. The system can therefore be scaled according to specific needs up to 96 branch circuits in any combination of three-phase and single-phase loads or two-phase and single phase loads. This approach reduces installation time by up to 75% when compared to existing solutions and affords a similar saving during commissioning.

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