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  • eViewer Newsletter - April 2014
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    FEATURE: Award winning Heavy Duty Safety Switches more robust, easier to maintain and install. ABB's next generation heavy duty safety switches have just been awarded the 2014 Engineer’s Choice Award from Control Engineering.
  • eViewer Newsletter - March 2014
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    FEATURE: Save engineering and installation time with Quick Guard Modular Fencing Panels. ABB JOKAB SAFETY Quick Guard E Modular Safety Fencing helps eliminate extra engineering and installation hours by providing a quick and easy solution for your machine safety needs.
  • eViewer Newsletter - February 2014
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    FEATURE: Abbreviated switchgear provides affordable UL 1558 switchgear solution. ABB has introduced the Emax Link, an abbreviated low voltage switchgear that provides electrical distribution equipment manufacturers (DEMs) a platform to easily design and build their own UL 1558 switchgear.
  • eViewer Newsletter - January 2014
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    FEATURE: Electrical Engineering educational site helps engineers reduce costs. The Electrical Engineering Resource site was created by the application engineers and experts at ABB as an educational tool to help engineers reduce overall costs.
  • eViewer Newsletter - December 2013
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    FEATURE: Protect valuable equipment from transient surges. The OVR DIN rail surge protector line is the ideal solution to protecting valuable equipment and keeping an operation up and running. 
  • eViewer Newsletter - November 2013
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    FEATURE: Please vote for ABB’s Solar Switch in the 2014 Engineers' Choice Awards. ABB’s new 2 pole disconnect switches for solar applications up to 400A with a 1000 VDC rating per UL 98B has been chosen as a finalist by Control Engineering for their 2014 Engineers’ Choice Awards.
  • eViewer Newsletter - October 2013
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    FEATURE: Improve safety with ABB's unique approach to arc flash protection. ABB’s new Arc Guard System offers a flexible and intelligent solution for arc flash protection and outcome minimization. The TVOC-2 is built off of the well-known TVOC design that has been the industry standard in several key markets for over 35 years...
  • eViewer Newsletter - September 2013
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    FEATURE: ABB sets a new standard in motor control and power switching. Featuring AF technology as standard, the latest range of ABB contactors establishes a new industry benchmark...
  • eViewer Newsletter - August 2013
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    FEATURE: Abbreviated switchgear provides flexible, advanced design platform. ABB has introduced the Emax Link, an abbreviated low voltage switchgear that provides electrical distribution equipment manufacturers (DEMs) a platform to easily design and build their own UL 1558 switchgears.
  • eViewer Newsletter - July 2013
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    FEATURE: Save space with UL approved command devices. Using modular DIN-rail mounted devices such as On-Off switches, push buttons and indicator lights makes it possible to switch and control electric loads from a central location.
  • eViewer Newsletter - June 2013
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    FEATURE: Increase uptime and reliability, install ground fault protection. The F200 Ground Fault Equipment Protector is the ideal solution to providing protection of equipment against damaging line-to-ground currents by disconnecting all ungrounded conductors of the faulted circuit.
  • eViewer Newsletter - May 2013
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    FEATURE: 5 essentials of low voltage switchgear solutions. ABB’s space saving MNS low voltage switchgear system helps businesses control costs through ease of installation, operation and maintenance. 
  • eViewer Newsletter - April 2013
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    FEATURE: New iPad app helps identify and solve electrical system challenges. Thomas & Betts, a member of the ABB Group, is excited to announce the release of T&B Mobile – a new iPad app now available through iTunes. 
  • eViewer Newsletter - March 2013
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    FEATURE: Award winning Miniature Circuit Breaker solution makes installation easy and more secure. ABB’s brand new SU200PR Miniature Circuit Breaker has just been awarded the 2013 Engineer’s Choice Award from Control Engineering.
  • eViewer Newsletter - February 2013
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    FEATURE: UL approved surge protection solutions for solar applications. ABB has just released a line of UL approved surge protection devices (SPDs) specifically designed for photovoltaic (PV) systems. Since PV installations are frequently in isolated areas and the groups of panels have a large surface area, the risk of damage from direct and indirect lightning strikes is high.
  • eViewer Newsletter - January 2013
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    FEATURE: Simplify planning, integration and communication of automation systems. ABB’s FieldBusPlug (FBP) system allows simple, universal and intelligent integration of numerous switching devices and components into any automation system. With the new MTQ22 Interface, devices can easily be connected to Ethernet networks. 
  • eBulletin - December 2013
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    FEATURE: 5 reasons – other than safety – to use arc-flash resistant switchgear. Data centers are paying a premium of 10-15 percent on arc-flash resistant switchgear over standard gear.
  • eBulletin - November 2013
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    FEATURE: Remote monitoring: Why it's suddenly of interest. For years, many industries have used remote monitoring of equipment and processes to improve efficiency and reduce costs. Ironically, data centers, with their core technological focus, have been slow to apply it.
  • eBulletin - October 2013
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    FEATURE: Why data centers are suddenly hot on solar energy. Conventional wisdom says solar power is too expensive and too intermittent for meaningful application by data centers. So why are major companies like Apple, Facebook, eBay and Cisco Systems implementing large solar projects to power their data centers?
  • eBulletin - September 2013
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    FEATURE: Why smart grid technologies matter in the data center. Given the constraints of the power grid, data centers are essentially competing to get the power they need, and they’ll find over time that maintaining an adequate and reliable supply of electricity only grows more costly and difficult.
  • eBulletin - August 2013
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    FEATURE: Why cooling optimization isn’t complete without variable frequency drives. The fact that cooling systems can account for 44% of a data center's energy costs is driving more operators to adopt data center information manager systems (DCIM) to centralize and optimize the efficiency.
  • eBulletin - July 2013
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    FEATURE: Hyper-efficient conversion of power to data. In basic terms, a data center is a system that converts power into data. If the cost of power increases and takes up a greater share of total system costs, increasing efficiency becomes a top concern.
  • eBulletin - June 2013
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    FEATURE: Data is power - and data about power is money in the bank. Money doesn't grow on trees, yet about 20% of the power used to operate a data center could be wasted – just money down the drain. 
  • eBulletin - May 2013
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    FEATURE: Why data center substations require specialized design. Data center substations play a vital role that can directly impact reliability, availability and safety.
  • eBulletin - April 2013
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    FEATURE: Managing for the threat from Electromagnetic Interference. Interference from electromagnetic pulse (EMP) is silent, won't leave a trace but can put out enough energy to destroy electronics 100 feet away.
  • eBulletin - March 2013
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    FEATURE: Using distributed energy resources (DER) to improve both reliability and sustainability. In data centers, achieving the goals of decreased energy costs and increased availability and reliability can be a daunting task.
  • eBulletin - February 2013
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    FEATURE: Improving performance of backup generators. Some of the world's largest data centers experienced multiple voltage spikes and power outages when a major storm slammed the Mid-Atlantic coast last summer.
  • eViewer Newsletter - December 2012
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    FEATURE: Reduce arc flash risk with new arc resistant switchgear. ABB’s Low Voltage UL / ANSI Metal Enclosed Drawout Arc Resistant Switchgear (MNS-SG) is industrial duty equipment, built to meet the needs associated with the mechanical, electrical and thermal stress of today’s manufacturing environment.
  • eViewer Newsletter - November 2012
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    FEATURE: Save space with new UL approved command devices. Using modular DIN-rail mounted devices such as On-Off switches, pushbuttons and indicator lights makes it possible to switch and control electric loads from a central location.
  • eViewer Newsletter - October2012
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    FEATURE: Reduce arc flash risk, increase uptime with new motor control center. The MNS-MCC Low Voltage Motor Control Center maximizes uptime with its unique withdrawable technology that affords operators the highest degree of safety and efficiency while performing both normal and maintenance operations.
  • eViewer Newsletter - September 2012
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    FEATURE: New line of breakers and switches for PV applications in compliance with North American standards. A complete range of molded case circuit breakers and molded case switches in compliance with North American standards, intended for use with photovoltaic systems, are now available from ABB
  • eViewer Newsletter - August 2012
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    FEATURE: Automation & Power World call for presentations. Presentation submissions are now being accepted for Automation & Power World 2013! Automation & Power World is an annual program consisting of four days of hands-on technical training, application workshops, panel discussions, exhibits and events.
  • eViewer Newsletter - July 2012
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    FEATURE: New 100/200A two pole 1000VDC switches for solar market reduce space by 50%, cut wiring costs. ABB has introduced a new line of switches specifically designed for photovoltaic (solar) applications, the first two pole disconnect switches in the industry to achieve a 1000 VDC rating per UL 98B
  • eViewer Newsletter - June 2012
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    FEATURE: ABB completes acquisition of Thomas & Betts. US becomes ABB's largest market with about $6.6 billion in annual revenue and 19,000 employees.
  • eViewer Newsletter - May 2012
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    FEATURE: Increase uptime and reliability, install ground fault protection. The F200 Ground Fault Equipment Protector is the ideal solution to providing protection of equipment against damaging line-to-ground currents by disconnecting all ungrounded conductors of the faulted circuit.
  • eViewer Newsletter - April 2012
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    FEATURE: Fuse Holders Offer Solution for Protection of PV Solar Combiner Boxes and Inverters. ABB's E90PV fuse holders have been specifically designed for photovoltaic applications.
  • eViewer Newsletter - March 2012
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    FEATURE: Build a leaner panel with ABB's new Molded Case Circuit Breakers. ABB's new line of FORMULA Molded Case Circuit Breakers are one of the smallest of their kind on the market today and are simple with regard to installation, sizing, and fitting of accessories.
  • eViewer Newsletter - February 2012
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    FEATURE: Reduce PLC wiring time by 98%. ABB's Interfast PLC pre-wiring system is fast, flexible and reliable, making it the most lean PLC wiring solution on the market today.
  • eViewer Newsletter - January 2012
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    FEATURE: The Next Level of Arc Flash Protection. ABB's new TVOC-2 Arc Guard System protects equipment and personnel from dangerous arcs, and prolongs the life-cycle of equipment. The Arc Guard System is a safety device that detects faults in low and medium voltage switchgear.
  • eBulletin - December 2012
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    FEATURE: News you can use from the data center market. Discover how some of the world's largest users of data centers expand operations while working to improve efficiency, reliability and security, decrease costs and environmental impact.
  • eBulletin - November 2012
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    FEATURE: Data center safety: More power means more risk mitigation. As data centers grow larger and more sophisticated, so too do the electrical systems that power them.
  • eBulletin - September 2012
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    FEATURE: Dynamic inrush restraint. Dynamic inrush restraint has been installed in thousands of installations and has proven to be the most cost effective and reliable solution to the inrush current problem.
  • eBulletin - August 2012
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    FEATURE: A leap in reliability: Why the dull and hardworking substation offers exciting opportunities for gains in data center reliability. Substations offer critical opportunities to improve cost structures and overall reliability for new and existing data centers.
  • eBulletin - July 2012
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    FEATURE: Moving the data center from reactive to proactive. Data centers are recognized as the heartbeat of an enterprise – not only necessary, but capable of delivering levels of competitive advantage that justify the outsized investments they require.
  • eViewer Newsletter - December 2011
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    FEATURE: Protect your workforce and equipment from dangerous arc flash. ABB's new TVOC-2 Arc Guard System protects equipment and personnel from dangerous arcs, and prolongs the life-cycle of equipment.
  • eViewer Newsletter - November 2011
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    FEATURE: How to reduce wiring costs and improve panel efficiencies eGuide. Building with lean processes isn't enough; there are big savings in the way the control panel is designed. This eGuide from Control Engineering Magazine walks you through, step by step, how to design and build a leaner control panel.
  • eViewer Newsletter - October-2011
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    FEATURE: Protect Valuable Equipment, Reduce Downtime. The OVR DIN rail surge protector line is the ideal solution for protecting valuable equipment and keeping an operation up and running.
  • eViewer Newsletter - September 2011
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    FEATURE: Build a Leaner Panel with Molded Case Circuit Breakers. ABB's line of Tmax Molded Case Circuit Breakers are up to 30% smaller and offer the best performance to size ratio on the market. Installable accessories that
  • eViewer Newsletter - August 2011
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    FEATURE: Patented Panelboard Technology: Safer and More Reliable. A US patent has recently been awarded to Dean Latham of ABB, inventor of the Proline Industrial Panelboard, making it the only product of its kind on the market with complete breaker
  • eViewer Newsletter - July 2011
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    FEATURE: Reduce Downtime with Advanced Multistage Surge Protector The OVR NE12 enclosed SPDs reduce downtime by protecting valuable equipment from transient surges due to lightning strikes and surges from upstream equipment and utility load switching.
  • eViewer Newsletter - June 2011
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    FEATURE: Switch Disconnector S800PV-M Offers Solution for Solar PV Combiner Boxes & Inverters ABB's new S800PV-M switch disconnector for PV systems offers a highly compact design for installation on the DIN rail, and safety-relevant isolation properties.
  • eViewer Newsletter - May 2011
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    FEATURE: Switch Disconnector S800PV-M Offers Solution for Solar PV Systems ABB's new S800PV-M switch disconnector for PV systems offers a highly compact design for installation on the DIN rail, and safety-relevant isolation properties.
  • eViewer Newsletter - April 2011
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    FEATURE: ABB Miniature Circuit Breakers offer a compact solution to your circuit protection requirements and save installation time with the clip-on DIN rail mounting system.
  • eViewer Newsletter - March 2011
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    FEATURE: New Fusible and Non-Fusible Disconnect Switches Save Space and Installation Costs ABB is transitioning to our new line of Fusible and Non-Fusible Disconnect Switches.
  • eViewer Newsletter - February 2011
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    FEATURE: ABB's new primary switch mode Power Supply CP-E 12/10.0 offers two voltage input ranges, which enables the supply with either AC or DC.
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