Starline helps Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory plan ahead for future facility
The right lighting and power solutions are vital to the productivity of your lab
For environments that require frequent layout changes, such as laboratories, Starline provides the most optimal methods of supplying power
Self-contained plug-and-play unit assesses the power source connected to medical, laboratory, and other sensitive electronic equipment; “Power Quality Service Call in a Box” eliminates multiple service calls often required to isolate causes of failure; cellular communication provides reports of recorded data and events by email
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It is a summer afternoon and dark clouds are rolling in. You notice that outside your laboratory windows the lightning strikes are getting closer. Your first thought is to back up your data. Your second thought is to shut down your $50,000 spectrometer so electrical surges from lightning strikes don’t kill the sensitive electronics.
Almost every piece of equipment—from a computer to an oscilloscope and beyond—uses a power supply. Scientists expect power supplies to keep going and going. Luckily, most of them do. Those power plants inside devices, though, come in a wide assortment.