Digital Electricity at the Energy Innovation Center
Equipment and installation in Innovation Hall donated by DES, Voltserver & Commscope
The Digital Electricity™ system, installed in Innovation Hall, traverses a 1,000 ft. loop around this floor. It is capable of pushing power for over a mile! It has been deployed in major venues across the USA, including Acrisure Stadium and PPG Paints Arena here in Pittsburgh.
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Fault Managed Power & Digital Electricity™ Applications
Venues of all sizes struggle to keep up with customers’ demands for connectivity. But not all deployment architectures are equipped with resilient power for wireless connectivity, leading to time-consuming and expensive electrical overhauls. Whether it’s 4G LTE, 5G, CBRS, or Wi-Fi, your infrastructure has to keep visitors connected. Instead of relying on traditional, underpowered energy solutions, packetized power provides top-notch connectivity where it is needed for optimal signal coverage and capacity.
& Network Upgrades
The needs of a facility and your network are constantly changing, whether it is facility expansion or renovation, or the network must expand to meet the need of IoT devices.
A flexible power solution can help you save on cabling and installation for applications that require power and data outside traditional Power over Ethernet boundaries. Moves, adds, and changes can be completed by low-voltage professionals or even in-house staff using the modularity and scalability of the platform.
& Grow Facilities
Replacing sunlight accounts for nearly 50 percent of the entire cost of an indoor vertical farm. Of that, 70 percent goes to power distribution. Packetized power installation is typically 20 percent less than conventional electricity since it avoids the need for conduit, GFCIs and certified labor.
As your cultivation strategies change, the flexible cable that can be easily installed and dynamically re-configured. Plus, it is inherently safe – especially important for wet environments – and classified by the National Electrical Code (NEC) as a Limited Power Source according to Article 725 and certified to IEC 62368-1.