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How Can Transitioning to 415/240 VAC Reduce Overall Costs? Participate in a Webinar to Find Out.

October 31, 2019

SHANDS_STARLINE_BUSWAY_RGB72.jpgWith recent advances in uninterruptible power supply (UPS)—including the introduction of transformerless UPSs and Energy-Saver Mode, more U.S. data centers are making the switch from 480/208 VAC to 415/240 VAC. 

Join Chatsworth Products (CPI) Power Experts Andy Grav and Matt Burkle during a free webinar on Nov. 14 at 10 a.m. CST / 4 p.m. GMT to learn about the underlying factors driving this transition. In addition, find out why 415/240 VAC is primed to significantly reduce OPEX/CAPEX and total cost of ownership over traditional 480/208 VAC power systems.

Additional learning objectives include how: 
  • New advancements in uninterruptible power supplies (UPS) are driving the transition from 480/208 VAC to 415/240 VAC power systems in data centers
  • 415/240 VAC power systems can impact capital and operational expenditures
  • 415/240 VAC intelligent rack power distribution units (PDUs) can distribute nearly twice the power on the same copper to achieve multiple reductions
Register today. And if you can’t attend, don’t worry. Register anyway and we’ll send you the on-demand presentation which you can access at anytime.
 
Posted by Brittany Mangan, Digital Content Specialist at 10/31/2019 8:04:55 AM
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