Suppressors DEFINITION: See also Uninterruptible power supply .A surge suppressor (sometimes optimistically called a "surge protector") is a device inserted in the alternating current ( AC ) utility line and/or telephone line to prevent damage to electronic equipment from voltage "spikes" called transients. A more accurate term for this type of device is "transient suppressor." A typical surge suppressor is a small box with
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With technology infiltrating every aspect of healthcare, traditional approaches to power protection no longer suffice. This paper introduces a new hospital power protection model that leverages technologies and best practices forged in the data center.
Technology systems such as electronic medical records and digital imaging are revolutionizing healthcare. The continuous operation of these systems has become increasingly critical. Emerson Network Power has developed three centralized UPS configurations specifically for healthcare settings.
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