Rx for medical power supplies

Carter, Danis
May 1998
EDN;05/07/98, Vol. 43 Issue 10, p115
Trade Publication
Presents information on the use of power-factor correction technology in hospitals. How power-factor correction is used; Demand for hospitals for electrical service at the bedside; Discussion on the recognition of harmonic-current problems by the international community. INSETS: @ a glance;Prepare to meet international standards.


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