Jared Bosanko, Director of Sales U.S. at Anord Mardix, explores how new types of multi-circuit monitoring systems (MCMS) are incorporating advanced data capabilities that can help maintain and prevent problems with critical power infrastructure. Use waveform capture to improve power quality management.
The busway. From starting within the automotive industry in the 1930’s and now evolving to widespread use in data centers, the technology has made its place. A new report from Anord Mardix focused on busways aims to contextualize that evolution and present a fresh approach for 2020 and further. According to the company, “busway offers a high density, flexible power distribution solution for many applications.”
Marc Bowman, Multi-Circuit Metering Systems (MCMS) Product General Manager for Anord Mardix, delves into the factors that distinguishes MCM systems. An advanced MCMS approach makes use of the capabilities already built in to MCMS meters and then overlays sophisticated software and analytics on top to provide a robust view of the entire electrical landscape of a data center.
Over the last decade, electrical metering has become “key” for data center management. That’s according to a new Anord Mardix report that explores the potential for optimizing data center power management with advanced multi-circuit monitoring systems. A new report from Anord Marix explores how data center power management can work toward your advantage utilizing advanced multi-circuit monitoring systems.
Andy Banks, Director of Databar Sales (North America) for Anord Mardix, explores in detail how the Busway can efficiently and effectively distribute power throughout a data center environment. By designing safety directly into the components being installed on live busway, operators can minimize risks associated with busway installation and maintenance and prevent electrical accidents.