Managing the Computer Power Environment
Clean power is what every computer system needs to operate without error. Electricity's voyage from utility company to home or office introduces noise, surges, static, and a host of "gremlins" that can seriously affect computer performance and data security. This work provides a background in electrical technology and computers for data processing specialists, technicians, and computer network professionals.
- Paperback | 192 pages
- 188 x 234.7 x 10.2mm | 340.2g
- 01 Apr 1992
- Cengage Learning, Inc
- Delmar Cengage Learning
- Clifton Park, United States
- Revised ed.
Table of contents
Utility power; a closer look at utility power; inside the building; lightning, static and noise; grounding; personal computers and office electronic equipment; transient suppression; isolation and distribution; voltage regulation; M-G sets, RUPS, and UPS; batteries for UPS systems; PC power; conclusion.