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Perspectives on “all facility” voltage management from the engineering team at UST

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Voltage sags and other power quality issues are among the most costly threats to manufacturing, productivity and security. No grid in the world is immune.

Depending on the threat, solutions can range from simply accepting risk, to spot protection for vulnerable equipment and processes, to modular or single-unit solutions installed to protect entire facilities and complexes.

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SagFighter Performance Data

This paper presents the actual and calculated performance data for UST’s SagFighter.™

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A voltage sag is the drop below 90% of the RMS voltage on a power system for a duration of time ranging from a cycle of the AC voltage to a minute. They are far more common than interruptions, and can damage many types of industrial equipment and processes. A voltage sag lasting only 100 milliseconds can cause a shut-down of equipment in a manufacturing process leading to hours of down time and lost revenue.

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UST Voltage Optimization White Paper

Voltage Optimization: Beyond the Hype

What’s the real ROI of voltage optimization for industrial and commercial enterprises? Here’s the no BS answer.

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Without resorting to exaggerated marketing claims, this white paper suggests that demand-side voltage optimization via the latest generation of lower cost automatic voltage regulators may now offer a solid return on investment for many industrial and commercial enterprises.

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The Weakness at the Heart of Data Center Power-Backup Systems. And the Fix.

The economic case for adding electronic voltage regulation to the standard UPS system configuration.

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The legacy design of UPS power-backup systems cost the average data center more than $130,000 in unnecessary utility charges annually. This white paper examines the risks of the legacy configuration and recommends consideration of an alternate system design that includes a modern electronic voltage regulator (EVR) as a standard component.

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