“Negative” 48 Volt Power: What, Why and How

Configuration Defined Telecom and wireless networks typically operate on 48 volt DC power. But unlike traditional 12 and 24 volt systems which have the minus (-) side of the battery connected to ground (i.e. called negative ground systems), telecom batteries have the plus (+) side of the battery connected to ground, called a positive ground system, also designated as “negative …

Newmar News 4th Qtr

Hot Off the Press View the digital online version of the 2015 1st quarter Newmar News for interesting news and information. Topics of interest in this issue. Profile of a DC Power System Build Out: Reliable Network Power systems are essential in commercial and municipal communications infrastructure. Newmar recently completed a vital integrated power solution for a water district’s 31 …

Configure a Rack Power System in 10 Simple Steps

                                 Configure a Rack DC Power System in 10 Simple Steps These 10 simple steps will enable you to configure your network or communication site Rack Power System (RPS) by defining your system parameters and distributor preference. 1) Rack width? 19” or 23” 2) Input voltage? 115 …

Newmar News 1st Qtr

Hot Off the Press View the digital online version of the 2015 1st quarter Newmar News for interesting news and information. Topics of interest in this issue. The “internet of things” (IOT) is a hot topic, as smart devices are fueling the exponential appetite for bandwidth delivered information. For example, there was 4.9 terabytes of data traffic at AT&T Stadium …