Posts tagged UPS

Coming Soon to a Single Phase Near You!

Big changes are coming soon for single-phase UPS products by APC.  APC has upgraded multiple features in their UPS products for years, but now, they will soon be offering an upgrade for …drum roll please… Lithium Ion batteries! Specifically, APC will soon offer Lithium Ion batteries in their Smart-UPS On-Line product line. What does this […]

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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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UPS Topologies and Application Event

Please join Johnston Technologies at the Music City Power Quality meeting on November 1st, 2016 to discuss UPS Topologies and Applications. The presenter of this event will be Kameel Andrawos, Director of UPS Power Systems, at Schneider Electric. This seminar will explain modern UPS topologies and how they apply to the data center. It will […]

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Project: Emergency Communications District Data Center

Customer A State of Tennessee Emergency Communications District (E.C.D.), in a county estimated above 200,000 residents, approved construction for a brand new Emergency Communications Center. Included in the building would be its own medium sized data center. This building will also host an emergency management department, training facilities, and a call center. The new building […]

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