Many establishments are equipped with inverters (datacentres, hospitals, digital companies, etc.) to compensate for any failures in the power supply from the network. They are considered true “emergency equipment” since they contribute to ensuring continuity of service within the infrastructure when a breakdown occurs.
The UPS is essential for protecting electronic devices and computer data in the event of a sudden power cut. It ensures continuity of service, at the level of the Internet connection, in the event of a power outage.
Therefore, the inverters must be fully operational. The maintenance of this emergency equipment is an absolute requirement in order to guarantee continuity of service.
Thus, to check their correct operation, we will test the inverters with different resistive load banks. These tests will confirm (or not) that the inverters are able to take over in the event of a failure of the main electrical network.
The load banks thus provide a guarantee to the owner of the infrastructure in charge of the operation of the building in the future.
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