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February 4th, 2019

ComAp are heading to this year’s Data Centre World show at the ExCeL, London. We are hosting an evening reception at the Fox@Connaught on the 13th March for our suppliers and customers both…

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December 14th, 2018

ComAp have released their latest list of obsoleted products that comes into effect January 2019. There are two different categories of obsolescence which are defined as below: Obsolescence: lasts 12…

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October 30th, 2018

The Association of Manufacturers and Suppliers of Power Generating Systems (AMPS) are holding an exclusive networking event on Thursday 29th November – AMPS Power Connections. It will be hosted at…

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September 18th, 2018

With new changes to G59 (G59-3.4) and the implementation of G99-1, here’s a quick recap of the requirements and how you can help us with the high level of demand we’re experiencing for…

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June 7th, 2018

IPU’s Engine Control division headed over to ComAp’s HQ in Prague for the 10th Distributor Forum. We were awarded the Highest Distributor Turnover award for the EMEA region. The ComAp…

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May 9th, 2018

At certain times, the UK’s National Grid needs access to sources of extra power. Short Term Operating Reserve (STOR) is a service that provides additional active power from generation. When…

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May 4th, 2018

Arc flash accidents occur approximately 8 to 10 times each week in the UK. Unfortunately, many switchgears are left without arc flash protection, despite its common occurrence and destructive…

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December 1st, 2017

ComAp have released their latest list of obsoleted products that comes into effect January 2018. Please see the list below: Product: Order Code: Replacement: IGL-RA15 (order code: IGL-RA15) IGL-RA15…

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October 19th, 2017

There are important changes coming to ComAp’s cloud-based software, WebSupervisor (WSV). As you may have seen, ComAp have recently released WebSupervisor 4.0. ComAp will therefore be…

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August 14th, 2017

Pole slip is a phenomenon caused by low excitation, a faulty regulator or abrupt changes of load within the mains. For a quick explanation, watch the short animation from ComAp below. It can cause…

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