Your hospital is one of the largest power consumers on the grid, with the most to lose in the event of brownouts or blackouts. Patients' lives hang in the balance if a hospital was to lose power, even for a second. Critical systems, including life support, surgical monitors, CCTV monitors, and security systems rely on an unterrupted supply of power. Downtime is simply not an option.
Power over Ethernet technology (PoE) has been quietly gaining traction in the market ever since its launch in 2003, especially in Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) telephony & IP Surveillance camera. Today’s PoE landscape has effectively split into two broad categories: standards compliant 24.5 W 802.3at and nonstandard applications with higher power delivery capabilities such as Cisco’s UPoE 60 W and HDBaseT’s 100 W. These non-standard applications create a significant paradigm shift in what was thought to be possible with PoE. Power delivery through 1000 mA per pair and beyond is looming on the horizon and steps will be necessary to ensure continued compatibility with this rapidly changing environment.
Saving time, improving cost efficiency and enhancing reliability are always at the forefront of our minds. Chatsworth Products' (CPI) industry-leading eConnect® Power Distribution Units (PDUs), as of March of this year, include new innovative capabilities such as Secure Array™ IP Consolidation and Click Secure Locking Outlets. Read on from the press release to learn more.
Late last year, DYMO introduced the new line of XTL Printers that offer simple labeling solutions with
life-like on screen print preview and built-in label applications that help save time on the job. With these new XTL Printers come a variety of new and exciting solutions.
Exciting Things You Can Do with the New DYMO XTL Printers:
- Create labels from ¼” wide to 1” wide (on the XTL 300) and ¼” wide to 2” wide (on the XTL 500).
- Print directly on Continuous Heat Shrink Tubing, up to 2” wide, or on Pre-Sized HST, up to 2-1/8” wide.
- Create Pre-Sized Polyester labels (for Flat Surfaces) from ½” x ½” up to 2” x 3”, up to 250 labels per cartridge.
- Create Pre-Sized Safety Labels (Arc Flash, Warning, Danger, Notice, etc.) including warning symbols and images for facility compliance.
- Create Self-Laminating labels, up to 2” wide, manually or automatically from an excel spreadsheet.
- Save your labels on your PC or any XTL printer – even email them to associates across town or across the country.
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Increased density in the Data Center is an ongoing challenge for fiber optic manufacturers. In this high-bandwidth world of “less is more,” many customers are left scratching their heads trying to figure out which way to go to meet density demands while avoiding increased rack congestion.
Great Lakes’ goal has always been to provide services that go beyond customer expectations. Part of those services include ensuring that product arrives to the customer exactly how specified and in a safe and timely manner.
Enclosures can be configured—with Great Lakes accessories and third party/customer supplied product—to the customer’s exact specification so that product arrives ready for immediate deployment. Purchased Great Lakes accessories can be installed in enclosures at no additional charge. For a nominal fee, a number of additional parts can also be installed; these parts include patch panels, UPS systems, and even intelligent items such as PDUs, environmental sensors, and asset managers. These third party/customer supplied parts can be shipped from the customer to Great Lakes, or Great Lakes will source the appropriate parts and have items delivered to the warehouse for installation. When an enclosure and installed accessories become the standard for large projects and future orders, those products can become part of our “Rack & Stack” program. Enclosures can be pre-configured and available on the warehouse floor for immediate shipment. In addition, customer-specific part numbers can be assigned to configured enclosures for easy, consistent ordering.
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When you're designing, testing, or troubleshooting a MPO-based system in either a 10G or 40G environment, you're going to have to deal with polarity and gender. Especially when you intend on upgrading from a 10G environment, that has a female cabling infrastructure, to a 40G environment, that has a male cabling infrastructure, in the future. Help to make your cabling infrastructure migration easy with a gender and polarity solution, the PanMPOTM Connector. Solve the gender, polarity, testing and standards compliancy questions that surround the MPO cabling infrastructure by removing the operational risks involved with changing the gender or polarity of the existing MPO connectivity solution.
Door Timezones are Highly Configurable and Essential to a Good System Design
Most hotels, restaurants, and retail spaces now have a Wi-Fi network for internal business processes and guest use. Wireless is mission-critical for inventory and order processing, and guests will expect reliable wireless Internet access. The speed and integrity of the Wi-Fi network is key for many businesses, and will only become more vitally important to the business in the future.
Create a clean installation with solutions that secure and hide equipment. Chief has solutions that work with your AV equipment to provide an enhanced experience every time. A new partnership with Ametek has led to infrastructure innovations for in-wall boxes, ceiling storage, and ceiling tile kits. Chief works to support the entire installation process, including Revit files for our most popular models and solutions equipped with premium Ametek technology to protect equipment.