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Many of today’s network applications include equipment that requires high- current power feeds from a high-current panel, including a battery distribution frame (BDFB). Routers, servers and other active equipment simply require more power than traditional fuse panels or circuit breaker panels can handle.
Additionally, best practices often require a dis- connect or power protection point at the deployed equipment; in other words, most network designers cannot rely on a protection fuse or circuit breaker back at the BDFB. Instead, this functionality must be located closer to the critical equipment.
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