/  Maintenance and Troubleshooting Of UPS Systems and Battery Power Supplies
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BMC Training provides on 11 Nov 2018 Maintenance and Troubleshooting Of UPS Systems and Battery Power Supplies course [Electrical and Power Engineering Training] in London,UK

Course Description

A sudden loss of power will disrupt most business operations and could lead to a company being unable to trade. Where a company regards electrical power as critical then there will be a need for a continuous or back up power system. The installation of a UPS will provide the necessary continuity.There are however problems with these installations when there is a need for maintenance especially the use of by-pass. Power Quality compatibility problems may cause failure, which was the reason for the original UPS installation.

Course Objective

The course is intended to develop knowledge of the need for a UPS, types available, UPS components, batteries, generators and maintenance.

Course Outline

Introduction to the Resilient System

 

  • Introduction
  • Regulations
  • Critical loads
  • Purpose of an Installation
  • Compatibility
  • Protection and Devices
  • UPS or Generator
  • Maintenance

What is a UPS?

 

  • UPS Rating
  • Parallel systems
  • What is available
  • Maintenance by-pass
  • Off Line systems
  • Redundancy
  • On Line systems
  • Interactive systems

UPS Components

 

  • Transformer methods
  • Harmonics
  • Invertors
  • Twelve pulse rectifier
  • Phase control
  • Power factor
  • Six pulse rectifier
  • Static switch

Batteries

  • What is a battery?
  • Storage and Care
  • VLRA
  • Choosing a battery size
  • Size and location
  • Charging
  • Configuration
  • Battery safety

Generators and Site Planning

If a power failure exceeds the reserve battery capacity the system will fail but using a generator will ensure continuous power. Planning the site and considering the load will ensure a successful installation and careful maintenance planning will ensure reliability.

  • Do I need a Generator?
  • Environmental Constraints
  • Mains failure
  • Monitoring power
  • UPS Compatibility
  • Installing the UPS
  • Generator size considerations
  • Maintaining the UPS



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Course Details
  • Code EPE43
  • Start 09:00 AM - Nov 11 2018
  • END    12:30 PM - Nov 15 2018
  • London , Hyde Park
  • +44 2087206971
  • Training@bmc.net

Fees Per Person

5850 GBP + VAT
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