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The imminent rollout of the 5G mobile communications network and the increase in data that will need to be processed, stored and distributed is likely to have a significant impact on the datacentre sector.
Rittal’s VX25 enclosure was recently put through its paces by technicians from the Schaper Group.
Rittal’s Ri4Power delivers greater efficiency for panel builders and switchgear manufacturers for electrical power distribution in industrial environments.
The new AX and KX are embedded within digital processes, making for simpler, faster assembly and component installation, greater flexibility and enhanced safety.
At the Hanover trade fair 2019, Rittal has been presenting the benefits generated by new and enhanced system products, digital processes and an appropriate infrastructure.
Rittal has launched a new 45mm RiLine Compact adaptor, which is rated at 125 amps and suitable for both IEC and UL markets.
The Rittal VX25 large enclosure system delivers enhanced value to electrical engineering companies thanks to its technical features, ease of assembly and high levels of safety.
The revolution that is 'edge' will be front and centre on Rittal’s Stand #D610 at Data Centre World, London, from 12-13 March 2019.
High-tech production plants that “think for themselves”, that plan things automatically and that optimise maintenance work through artificial intelligence, might sound like a futuristic sci-fi film, but it is fast becoming a reality at Rittal’s manufacturing plant in Rittershausen, Germany.
Rittal developed four compact PDU (Power Distribution Units) systems for professional power distribution in IT racks which will halve the time a system takes to assemble, compared to screw-in PDUs.
Rittal has developed a roof-mounted version of its energy efficient Blue e+ cooling units, designed for enclosures of 800 x 600mm (W x D) upwards and deliver a cooling output of 1.3kW.
Rittal has outlined five key trends/predictions for cloud computing and data centres that IT managers should have on their agenda.
If your data centre is in need of better illumination, then Rittal can help. The company will be offering enlightenment at its Stand D610 at Data Centre World, London, from 12-13 March 2019.
In a “UK first”, electrical engineering firm LCA Group has switched its control panel operations from manual to end-to-end automation, including laser-machining.
This is the best time of year to turn your mind to your enclosures, carry out a climate review, and start to understand what changes or improvements need to be made.