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Why Commercial and Industrial Applications Often Require a Mix of Centralized and Distributed UPSs

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Why Commercial and Industrial Applications Often Require a Mix of Centralized and Distributed UPSs

When deciding how to best provide power protection in a commercial or industrial environment, you will inevitably run into the question of whether a centralized or distributed uninterruptible power supply (UPS) configuration makes more sense. The answer, as is so often the case, is, “it depends.”

 

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To look at the full blog by Gael Souchet, check the link here: https://blog.se.com/power-management-metering-monitoring-power-quality/2018/05/03/commercial-industr...

Alejandro Aldebaran Lopez
Channel Director, Commercial & Industrial; Secure Power Division
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