Automating Emergency Power Supply System Testing in Hospitals
The testing of emergency power supply systems (EPSS) in hospitals plays a critical role to ensure backup power is available when needed. Traditional EPSS testing has been carried out using stop watches and manual recording of test parameters. Do to the shortcomings of manual testing, an increasing number of hospitals are switching to automated EPSS test system.
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Important Aspects of a Healthcare Metering System
Today’s typical healthcare facility electrical system is comprised of a complex network of generators, switchgear, automatic transfer switches and more. Power monitoring systems are necessary to properly manage the electrical system. This paper will review some of the issues common to healthcare facility electrical systems.
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Productivity Improvement in Generator Testing at Helen Hayes Hospital in West Haverstraw, New York
The hospital’s existing generator control system consisted of a complicated manual control system that depended on functioning pilot lights for operation. Because of the complex nature of manual generator control systems, extensive training was required for facility operators.
Improved Staff Productivity with Retrofit of Watson Clinic Lakeland, Florida
Arduous switching, testing and recording of generator test results are almost a distant memory for the VA’s operations people at the Veteran Affairs Medical Center in Nashville,Tennessee.