uninterruptible love



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  • adjective Not able to be interrupted.


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  • Beyond that if it's an industrial sized UPS there'll be circuit breakers, distribution boards, and other such equipment, each adding failure modes to the "uninterruptible" supply.

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  • I was about to ask what exactly it was he did but he was an uninterruptible stream of info.

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  • One of the other efforts involved tampering with devices known as “uninterruptible power supplies,” or UPS.


  • The UPS (uninterruptible power supply) is to allow the 911 center computers to continue to function for 9 minutes until a backup generator can kick in.

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  • Its products include inverters for homes and small and medium-sized businesses, and uninterruptible power supply systems.

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  • GS Yuasa Corp., a battery maker based in Kyoto, Japan, said last week it will start selling to corporate clients new uninterruptible power-supply systems that use lithium-ion batteries built to work during recurring blackouts.

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  • One of the other efforts involved tampering with devices known as “uninterruptible power supplies,” or UPS.


  • That price tag includes a four-node storage area network, two switches, three servers and an uninterruptible power supply; a fast Internet connection between the main office and the branch; about 40 hours of set-up time (amounting to $15,000 in labor) and three hours per week of ongoing maintenance, at a cost of $20,000 over three years.

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  • Specifically, ABB appears to still be smarting from losing the expensive battle for U.K.-based maker of backup-power systems for computer centers Chloride Group PLC in July, won by Emerson Electric Co. The market for uninterruptible power-supply data centers is one in which ABB would like to play a larger role through acquisitions, Mr. Hogan said.


  • One job in particular, mucking out each stall in the hutch, is less a chore than uninterruptible drudgery.



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