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Duration: 4 Hours
In an age where emergency preparedness is increasingly under public scrutiny, the necessity for standby power has become paramount in the mission critical industry. Planning, emergency procedures and nonlinear load problems are important to the overall implementation and maintenance of an effective standby power system. This course addresses several types of standby generator systems and their respective applications.
This course is part of Critical Power Basics Certificate
Differentiate between the types of electrical loads affected by a loss of power
Indicate the requirements that constitute the type of generator system that must be installed
Recognize the items that a manager must consider when operating and maintaining a generator system, including relevant documentation and emergency procedures
Identify and compare the maintenance procedures for each generator component
Recognize common issues and the solutions associated with a system that incorporates a standby generator system and UPS
This course has met the required standards of the organisations listed below and is approved, accredited, validated or endorsed by them.