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Critical Power & Cooling From Design to Operation

Schneider Electric Solutions & Services

P Delanoë – 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

P Delanoë – R Valerino 07 04 10 – Cial Forum

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Introduction II.Summary I. And now with VI. Conclusion P Delanoë – R Valerino 07 04 10 – Cial Forum 3 . Schneider Electric Solutions & Services V. Huge Stakes III. Main Fundamentals for a Resilient System IV.

) Data storage and digital information traffic are rising P Delanoë – R Valerino 07 04 10 – Cial Forum 4 .I. airport lighting.) Many industrial processes (Semicon fab. pharmaceuticals. 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.) Infrastructures operating 24/7 (surgical rooms. or security for infrastructures is compromised  Numerous elements are particularly sensitive to electrical disturbances     All the IT systems (computer. or risk for people    Loss of revenue Deterioration of production or even process itself Patient at risk in hospitals. etc. etc. data/com networks. etc.

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. disturbances (such as welding machines. motors. etc. 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.I. power electronics. P Delanoë – R Valerino 07 04 10 – Cial Forum 5 .

Conclusion P Delanoë – R Valerino 07 04 10 – Cial Forum 6 . Schneider Electric Solutions & Services V.Summary I. Introduction II. Main Fundamentals for a Resilient System IV. And now with VI. Huge Stakes III.

power quality is responsible for losses worth 10 billion euros/year  Only €500 million is set aside for protection P Delanoë – R Valerino 07 04 10 – Cial Forum 7 . 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.II. 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?…. The stakes are huge ! Some good questions to ask :  My system is bound to fail at some point.

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  P Delanoë – R Valerino 07 04 10 – Cial Forum 8 .

Summary I. Huge Stakes III. Schneider Electric Solutions & Services V. Conclusion P Delanoë – R Valerino 07 04 10 – Cial Forum 9 . Main Fundamentals for a Resilient System IV. And now with VI. Introduction II.

1 CB.1 TR.2 CM.1 CB2.4 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.11 CB.8 CB.3 SM.1 PROT.III.5 CB.3 CB.7 CB. 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.9 CB.10 CB.2 CB.1 PROT.2   TR.1 CB.12 Process Extensions Improvement Maintenance Optimization    P Delanoë – R Valerino 07 04 10 – Cial Forum 10 .13 CB.2 PROT.6 CB.

Fundamentals for a Resilient System  Manage the 3 Main Pillars:  Architecture.  Products  Services  Strong interdependence between the 3 pillars P Delanoë – R Valerino 07 04 10 – Cial Forum 11 .III.

And now with VI. Main Fundamentals for a Resilient System IV. Introduction II. Schneider Electric Solutions & Services V. Conclusion P Delanoë – R Valerino 07 04 10 – Cial Forum 12 . Huge Stakes III.Summary I.

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.short circuit calculation .surge analysis Schneider experts   P Delanoë – R Valerino 07 04 10 – Cial Forum 13 .coordination studies .motor starting . with extensive experience and design experts Global Competency Centers & Local teams in different countries Reliability modeling software Load flow .dynamic stability Reactive power and harmonics Transitory signals analysis .V.  Based on Specific Skills & tools : Customer focus     Electrical network.

Schneider Electric Solutions & Services “Critical Power Designed” Architectures P Delanoë – R Valerino 07 04 10 – Cial Forum 14 .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 P Delanoë – R Valerino 07 04 10 – Cial Forum 15 .V.

Energy Mgmt Solution Implem. Audit Expertise Modernization Energy Data Analysis Operation Mgmt Asset Data Analysis Energy Audit Energy Expertise Energy Buying Projects & System Asset Mgmt Project Implem. Installed base Contracts Spare Parts Maintenance Assistance Retrofit Training Commissioning Removal P Delanoë – R Valerino 07 04 10 – Cial Forum 16 . Power Monitor. Schneider Electric Solutions & Services And Services on the whole life cycle Performance Consulting Installation Engineer.V.

Summary I. Conclusion P Delanoë – R Valerino 07 04 10 – Cial Forum 17 . Introduction II. Huge Stakes III. Schneider Electric Solutions & Services V. Main Fundamentals for a Resilient System IV. And now with VI.

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 P Delanoë – R Valerino 07 04 10 – Cial Forum 18 .

operate.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. P Delanoë – R Valerino 07 04 10 – Cial Forum 19 . manage. and maintain Data Center or Network critical Infrastructures. install.

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 P Delanoë – R Valerino 07 04 10 – Cial Forum Industrial Strategy: Highly engineered solutions for Industrial applications 20 .Additional Solutions to Sell.

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 P Delanoë – R Valerino 07 04 10 – Cial Forum 21 .

The Broadest Solution Offer in the Industry =S= Manufacturer Integrator P Delanoë – R Valerino 07 04 10 – Cial Forum 22 .

Marketing & Service Location Manufacturing/Distribution Facility Design Center P Delanoë – R Valerino 07 04 10 – Cial Forum 23 .000 employees in more than 100 countries  Industrial and R&D facilities located in the heart of markets Sales .A Worlwide Footprint  12.

Introduction II. Conclusion P Delanoë – R Valerino 07 04 10 – Cial Forum 24 . Huge Stakes III.Summary I. And now with VI. Main Fundamentals for a Resilient System IV. Schneider Electric Solutions & Services V.

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 P Delanoë – R Valerino 07 04 10 – Cial Forum 25 .