Why is Power Protection Required?

Medical Facilities Require Continual Uptime To Meet The 24 Hour Demand Requirements Of Their Equipment

Power protection has long been thought to be an option required only under the most extreme conditions. Those rare sites that have constant voltage fluctuations or brownouts must have a power conditioner installed. Or, those sites that have regular short duration outages must require a UPS to eliminate the constant downtime. In today's world of power deregulation and with a dramatic reduction in new power plants being constructed, those rare sites are becoming less rare. More medical facilities across the country are realizing that those uncommon power problems are becoming...

Central Power Protection for Multi-Modality Applications

Power Disturbances And Outages Become A Thing Of The Past

When Saint Vincent Hospital, a 368-bed, acute care facility in Worcester, MA, purchased several new pieces of imaging equipment, the hospital decided to re-evaluate its power distribution. Rather than installing two 150 kVA UPS systems for a new MRI and Angiography System, the Facilities Engineering and Radiology Departments decided to install one central 750 kVA UPS that could support multiple modalities. The new UPS...

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Power protection has long been thought to be an option required only under the most extreme conditions.

Making power problems a non-issue at the beginning of the process will better assure fewer long-term equipment problems. It also eliminates the number one finger-pointing problem - power.

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