The data center power distribution process is discussed on the YouTube channel “HelHa Datacenter Engineering,” in the video called “Electrical distribution in a data center.” Data centers have many servers that store information and data found on the Internet. These data centers use high volumes of electricity to run their equipment.
The electricity comes to them from high-voltage telephone lines. This electricity helps to run their servers, temperature control systems, and security systems efficiently. The electricity sent to the data center must be transformed to a lower voltage to serve the needs of the data center. Transformers lower the voltage to ensure safe operation of the data center.
The electricity is used for electrical functions performed in isolation, protects against overloads and short circuits, and protects workers. The electricity needs to be grounded and the electrical energy available at 100 percent to ensure efficient operation of the data center and equipment. When a network power failure occurs, it should be backed up by UPS batteries and generators to keep it from having a power outage. A data center power distribution center should have a battery and generator backup to continue running smoothly due to power outages, hacking, and accidents. These data centers need a reliable source of electricity to run efficiently.