Posts tagged uninterruptible power supply

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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How We Protect Our Small Business

If you’ve looked at our social media platforms in the past few days, you would have seen that our office complex was hit from the EF-1 tornado that hit Franklin on Wednesday, March 1st of this year. Thankfully, we did not fall victim to the old adage, “The plumber’s house always leaks.” Aside from the […]

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VRLA Battery Degradation: How a Single Bad Battery Can Cause Thermal Runaway

VRLA Battery Degradation How a Single Bad Battery Can Cause Thermal Runaway Our white paper Valve Regulated Lead-Acid Battery Degradation: How a Single Bad Battery Can Cause Thermal Runaway was written as a guide for UPS owners on how to properly support UPS batteries to prevent a thermal runaway condition. While a majority of our […]

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NFPA 1 Chapter 52

Free White Paper: NFPA 1 Chapter 52 Any room containing an Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) should maintain safety as their top priority.  The NFPA 1 Chapter 52 fire code is built to protect equipment, employees, and first responders from the dangers of a UPS and its VRLA batteries. You will learn how to satisfy these […]

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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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Interesting Facts About Uninterruptible Power Supplies (UPS)

A UPS protects your computers, mission critical equipment, and whatever other devices you have plugged into it, from four different power problems…voltage surges and spikes (voltage is greater than it should be), voltage sags (voltage is less than it should be), total power failure, and frequency differences (when the power is flowing at something other […]

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