Your switchgear does more than just switch
The electrical distribution of power from your local utility to the individual pieces of equipment inside your datacenter, factory, or business is handled by your switchgear.
Your switchgear can be relatively simple, such as service-entrance circuit-breakers and GFCIs, but also might include highly sophisticated, digitally controlled switches that move the current demand from one source of power to another: most typically from the local utility to a UPS or to a generator depending on the circumstances.
Such automatic transfer switches (ATS) don’t just simply reroute current; they must do so while maintaining the sinusoidal purity of the AC input so that highly-sensitive IT components, precision manufacturing machinery, or mission-critical medical equipment do not experience voltage drop and thereby need rebooting, cease running, or put lives in danger.
As such, the design, build, and installation of your switchgear must be carefully considered, with due attention to flexibility and scalability for future growth.
We are vendor-neutral
N1 Critical Technologies is an experienced vendor for some of America’s foremost manufacturers of switchgear, and we have no vested interest in specifying one brand over another. We can and will recommend only the makes & models of switchgear equipment that will best meet your technical requirements.
We respect your budget
N1 Critical Technology technicians are experts at bridging the gap between the articulated needs of your IT professionals and the economic constraints of efficiently running your business. We leverage our practical experience specifying, sourcing, and installing switchgear with our intimate knowledge of product specifications, capabilities, and service histories across a wide range of products and systems.
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Did You Know?
Changing your UPS batteries every 4 years can prevent 90% of all UPS outages.
AC and DC capacitors have a shelf life and should be proactively changed every 8-10 years.
Adding a maintenance bypass to your UPS will allow for proper maintenance of your UPS and also re-route utility power