A Boss of a company had just awarded a million dollar project to a contractor for Ethernet Communication upgrading.
The contractor was happy as he knew how easy it was to supply a point to point Ethernet connection for the project and he asked the owner these questions during the project discussion.
Contractor: “How many Ethernet points do you need?”
Owner: “Erm…. I think about 10,000points”
Contractor: “How long is the distance from point to point?”
Owner: “Erm…. Actually I’m not sure yet”
6 years ago, the GMM building was struck by lightning – resulting in loss of functionality of their core businesses in media streaming of movies and music. Consumers were unable to download of all these as a result of these lightning surges. All of these caused a massive financial loss for the company.
Thankfully, Phoenix Contact Thailand was on hand to help GMM solve this problem and ensure that there will not be a repeat of this again.
Following my previous article (Phoenix Contact E-Mobility Connectivity – The Basics), I would like to provide a little background into the different charging modes that are currently employed for charging electric vehicles.
Currently, there are four modes of charging as defined in IEC61851-1 and they are:
After a night of fun, the trainees were back for a heavy final day before their ‘exams’. However, we wanted to start the day on a lighter note so Mark helped introduced our Designline IPC by getting them to pick the winning world cup team (You too can play to win a prize – Guess the World Cup Winner Conterst 2014)
Picture the following scenario. It’s a hot and sunny day and the weather is absolutely scorching. Just then, you are offered 2 glasses of beer – one foamy and one non foamy.
Which glass of beer would you choose?