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Critical Power & Cooling From Design to Operation

Schneider Electric Solutions & Services

P Delano R Valerino

Summary
I. Introduction

II. Huge Stakes


III. Main Fundamentals for a Resilient System IV. Schneider Electric Solutions & Services V. And now with VI. Conclusion

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Summary
I. Introduction

II. Huge Stakes


III. Main Fundamentals for a Resilient System IV. Schneider Electric Solutions & Services V. And now with VI. Conclusion

P Delano R Valerino 07 04 10 Cial Forum

I. Introduction:

Our world is becoming increasingly dependent on electricity


Electricity is essential for

User comfort Secure operation of the process utilities or the process itself

Brief interruption or quality defects lead to heavy losses, or risk for people

Loss of revenue Deterioration of production or even process itself Patient at risk in hospitals, or security for infrastructures is compromised

Numerous elements are particularly sensitive to electrical disturbances


All the IT systems (computer, data/com networks, etc.) Many industrial processes (Semicon fab, pharmaceuticals, etc.) Infrastructures operating 24/7 (surgical rooms, airport lighting, etc.) Data storage and digital information traffic are rising

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Introduction: Electricity is rarely


supplied at the required quality level

Electricity supplied by the utility is seldom

At a constant quality level Available as required by some customers (major black-outs have occurred recently in Italy, Sweden and the US)

Customer and supplier do not share a common definition of "acceptable quality level

Standards, rules of exchange are rarely known Design rarely considers these standards and rules, and the availability needs for process

Supply network and/or customer installation may generate overloads, disturbances


(such as welding machines, motors, power electronics, etc.).

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Summary
I. Introduction

II. Huge Stakes


III. Main Fundamentals for a Resilient System IV. Schneider Electric Solutions & Services V. And now with VI. Conclusion

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II. The stakes are huge ! Some good questions to ask :


My system is bound to fail at some point, but when exactly?

What effect would the total loss of electrical supply have on my business? What measures do I have in place to mitigate such an event?. Are they sufficient?

Am I aware of the financial consequences of a system shutdown?

Lost data or security problems (estimated losses = 26 billion in 1999) In the US, in sales & industry, power quality is responsible for losses worth 10 billion euros/year Only 500 million is set aside for protection

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II. The stakes are huge Cost of 1 hour downtime

Mobile telephone system


Airline reservation

47 000
90 000

Banking card transactions


Semiconductor plant

2 500 000
3 800 000

Stock market transaction


Health care

6 500 000
Humans

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Summary
I. Introduction

II. Huge Stakes


III. Main Fundamentals for a Resilient System IV. Schneider Electric Solutions & Services V. And now with VI. Conclusion

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III. Fundamentals for a Resilient System


End of life Implementation

a resilient electrical system is a system which continues to run normally even if one of its component fails Address the entire life cycle of the End User Installation
Design

New Design Retrofit Operation


IM.1 IM.2 CM.1 CB2.1 PROT.1 PROT.2 PROT.3 SM.1 TR.2


TR.1 CB.4

Understand & Share the End User needs


Design the Most Adapted Installation Select & Install the key components Secure Operation and maintenance Manage installation improvement or End of Life

CB.2

CB.5

CB.7

CB.8

CB.3

CB.11

CB.13

CB.10 CB.6 CB.1 CB.9

CB.12

Process
Extensions Improvement

Maintenance Optimization

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III. Fundamentals for a Resilient System

Manage the 3 Main Pillars: Architecture, Products Services

Strong interdependence between the 3 pillars

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Summary
I. Introduction

II. Huge Stakes


III. Main Fundamentals for a Resilient System IV. Schneider Electric Solutions & Services V. And now with VI. Conclusion

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V. Schneider Electric Solutions & Services


Schneider Electric Critical Power Offer :
On site servicing

A full range of Services & Solutions to guarantee the Quality & Availability of an Electrical Power supply during the entire lifecycle of a customer installation.

Based on Specific Skills & tools :


Customer focus

Electrical network, with extensive experience and design experts Global Competency Centers & Local teams in different countries Reliability modeling software Load flow - short circuit calculation - coordination studies - motor starting - dynamic stability Reactive power and harmonics Transitory signals analysis - surge analysis

Schneider experts

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V. Schneider Electric Solutions & Services Critical Power Designed Architectures

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V. Schneider Electric Solutions&Services Using A Wide Product Offer

MV switchboard

Transformer Active & Passive Filtering Controller Electricity management UPS Source inverter

Low voltage switchboard

Measurements Digital Relay Electrical prefabricated Busway STS ATS TVSS

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V. Schneider Electric Solutions & Services And Services on the whole life cycle
Performance Consulting
Installation Engineer. Audit Expertise Modernization Energy Data Analysis Operation Mgmt Asset Data Analysis

Energy Audit

Energy Expertise

Energy Buying

Projects & System

Asset Mgmt

Project Implem.

Power Monitor.

Energy Mgmt

Solution Implem.

Installed base Contracts

Spare Parts

Maintenance

Assistance

Retrofit

Training

Commissioning

Removal

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Summary
I. Introduction

II. Huge Stakes


III. Main Fundamentals for a Resilient System IV. Schneider Electric Solutions & Services V. And now with VI. Conclusion

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And now with

Incremental Value for our customer Additional solution to sell 2 Business Model : 2 brands The broadest solution Offer in the Industry A Worldwide footprint

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Incremental value for our Customer


Increasing availability expectations Rapid changes in IT technology

High density blade server power/heat

High operating and service costs

Regulatory
requirements

Server consolidation

APC-MGE is bringing Innovative solution to design, install, operate, manage, and maintain Data Center or Network critical Infrastructures.
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Additional Solutions to Sell.

Enterprise Systems (Power & Cooling) Strategy: Standardize and modularize the data center Software & Management Strategy: Capacity & TCO management

Services Strategy: Complete suite of services for all phases of critical applications lifecycle

Home & Distributed Systems Strategy: Innovation and process excellence


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Industrial Strategy: Highly engineered solutions for Industrial applications

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2 Business Models : 2 Brands


Design for White Space Decentralized Solution ( Rack or Row)

CIO / IT Manager

Designed for Grey Space Centralized Solution ( Room)

Facility Manager
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The Broadest Solution Offer in the Industry

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Manufacturer Integrator
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A Worlwide Footprint

12,000 employees in more than 100 countries


Industrial and R&D facilities located in the heart of markets

Sales ,Marketing & Service Location Manufacturing/Distribution Facility Design Center

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Summary
I. Introduction

II. Huge Stakes


III. Main Fundamentals for a Resilient System IV. Schneider Electric Solutions & Services V. And now with VI. Conclusion

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VI. Conclusion
The reliability of an electrical distribution needs the same attention as the reliability of the process Architectures + Products + Services = Guaranteed performance of an electrical distribution system throughout its life cycle Schneider Electric is the right partner to offer Critical Power & Cooling Solutions and Services

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