protected equipment

protected equipment

Electrical equipment (e.g., a motor or transformer) on the load side of a circuit breaker.
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The units they install come with a lifetime product warranty and a $25,000 protected equipment guarantee.
If employees were found without protected equipment or working unsafe disciplinary action may follow, but the company has not had to use such procedures for a long while Reynolds says.
Not only is the cathodically protected equipment then tied to the customer's grounding in the facility, it is also connected to the power utility grounding system.
Where deployed, companies have seen a marked decrease in service calls on protected equipment.
If a fault occurs, the electronic fuse restricts the current supplied, hence protecting the connected circuitry, and ultimately turns the protected equipment off if the fault persists.
the building will also be modified, translated or protected equipment technical infrastructure and cable lines owned by e.
If an intruder tries to enter a secured area, disturb a piece of protected equipment, or remove a sensor, the alarm activates and a signal is sent via wireless technology to a monitoring service.
If an intruder tries to enter a secured area, disturb a piece of protected equipment, or remove a sensor, the sensor sends a wireless message to the base unit the alarm activates and a signal is sent via wireless cellular technology to a monitoring service.
A simple battery configuration which allows for easy "hot-swap" battery replacement without the need to power-down the protected equipment.
Finally, all Atlas products allow users to perform a network-based command set of batch executables to connected devices connected to the UPSs, thus enabling preemptive maintenance and network based updates for all protected equipment.

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