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Need a Better Transfer Switch for Your Data Center? Consider the Hybrid

Posted on October 29, 2014 by Michael Bord  |  Comment (0)

The wrong transfer switch can let you down when you need it the most. Automatic transfer systems have slower transfer times and often fail due to electrical arcing.  Static transfer switches that rely on silicon-controlled rectifiers are more reliable but demand greater power and cooling resources and are several times more expensive to begin with.  

Hybrid rack transfer switches take the best features of both systems and combine them into one high performing, reliable package. See why you should consider the hybrid rack transfer switch for your data center. 

Want to learn more? Visit why Raritan power for more information on all of data center power management solutions, or schedule a demo with a product specialist. 


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