Posts tagged Cellwatch

Project: B-Bus Build-out

Customer Johnston Technologies recently completed a build-out at a large healthcare insurance provider in Tampa, Florida. At the time we accepted the project, the data center was already live with one Uninterruptible Power Supplies, an Automatic Transfer Switch, and a single generator. Our customer needed both a solution and a project manager to manage adding […]

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Cellwatch Daily Battery Monitoring

Free White Paper: Cellwatch Daily Battery Monitoring With over 75% of unplanned power outages attributed to battery failures, knowing the status of your UPS batteries every day is crucial. Cellwatch monitors UPS batteries every day and will notify of any battery failures before a power outage occurs. This white paper will teach you: What Cellwatch […]

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Project: Battery Monitoring and Spare Parts

Situation A multi campus client of Johnston Technologies was struggling to maintain a normal battery life in their uninterruptible power supply (UPS). The building was limited on available space, so the decision was made to set the UPS in a condensed room with no central air conditioning availability and located in a parking garage.  Over […]

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2014 Q3

August 2014 Volume 2 Issue 5    Disaster Prevention Proactive vs. Reactive      A data center disaster can happen with or without an adequate prevention plan. The best prevention plans are to proactively monitor and maintain common risks (such as UPS batteries). Battery failures (like in the picture to the left) can happen in the […]

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Money Saving Battery Monitoring

We’ve all had this problem; you look down at your watch, only to discover the battery is dead. Big deal; you change the battery and go on. But what if there is a power outage at your business and the UPS doesn’t kick on to keep your critical equipment running because it’s batteries are dead. […]

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March 2014

March 2014 Volume 2 Issue 3    Leak Detection By RLE Technologies RLE Sensing Cable and Leak Detection Controller Demonstration      According to a survey of business facility managers, the second most common cause of business disruption, right behind power outages, is fluid damage. Given the volume of water and other fluids running throughout your […]

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