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Provides Higher Electrical Capacity in a More Compact Rack Design
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New GE 3U Distribution Panel Provides Higher Electrical Capacity in a More Compact Rack Design

December 9, 2014

Panel Monitors Breaker Status and Communicates with GE’s Galaxy Millennium* II Controller

 

DALLAS — Dec. 9, 2014 — GE (NYSE: GE) today introduced a new and more compact 3U¹ Distribution Panel for data center power cabinet applications. The new distribution panel—accommodating a smaller rack-space footprint compared with typical 4U sized panels—serves as a secondary power distribution center for 48-volt DC battery power delivered to data center equipment.


The 16 position, 3U tall panel can be mounted in a 19-inch or 23-inch frame with multiple mounting options. The 3U Distribution Panel features both fuse and circuit breaker monitoring options using GE’s digital smart meter technology, a single- or dual- (A/B) load bus and a 600-amp carrying capacity per bus. In addition to circuit breaker or fuse alarms, the 3U Distribution Panel generates alarms for a power loss and low-voltage and power-overload conditions.


In addition, the new distribution panel communicates with GE’s Galaxy Millennium II Controller, which combines sophisticated control, monitoring and remote network access in a single, integrated unit. The controller is designed to simplify DC plant operations and maintenance routines as well as to optimize provisioning and expansion.
“Its smaller rack configuration, high capacity and ability to monitor circuit breaker status make the 3U Distribution Panel ideally suited for data center applications,” said Vito Savino, product line manager, DC Power Systems, GE’s Critical Power business. 


For more information on GE’s 3U Distribution Panel, please visit http://www.geindustrial.com/products/dc-power-systems/micro-bdcbb-3u or call +1 972 244 9288.
GE’s Critical Power business powers rapidly changing, disruptive markets where massive data, communications and computing capacity is redefining how business is done. Customers in data center, super computing, telecommunications and content industries rely on GE to provide the reliable and energy-efficient power to keep networks flowing and transactions moving 24/7. To learn more about GE’s Critical Power business, visit www.gecriticalpower.com.

 

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[1] A “U” is a measurement unit equal to 1.75 inches.


* Indicates a trademark of the General Electric Company and/or its subsidiaries.

 


For more information, contact:


Ellen Zeidler  
GE   
Critical Power  
+1 972 244 9497 
ellen.zeidler@ge.com  

 

Roger Bridgeman and Kim Novino
Bridgeman Communications for GE
+1 617 742 7270
roger@bridgeman.com
kim@bridgeman.com