You can protect your business by investing in the right power quality equipment. But how do you choose the right solution?
Many power quality problems are easily identified once a good description of the problems is obtained. Unfortunately, the tensions caused by power problems often result in vague or overly dramatic descriptions of the problem. When power problems happen, try to note the exact time of the occurence, its effect on electrical equipment, and any recently installed equipment that could have introduced problems to the system.
A power quality audit can help determine the causes of your problems and provide a well-designed plan to correct them. The power quality audit checks your facility’s wiring and grounding to ensure that it is adequate for your applications and up to code. The auditor will check the quality of the AC voltage itself, and consider the impact of the utility’s power system. The findings will be included in a report outlining problems found during the audit and recommend solutions.
Many businesses and organizations rely on computer systems and other electrical equipment to carry out mission-critical functions, but they aren’t safeguarding against the dangers of an unreliable power supply. The “Common Power Problems” guide will give you a clear understanding of the causes and effects of specific power problems and of the most effective solutions: