Educational establishments, whether universities, colleges or schools need high-quality power protection to keep people and premises safe. Consideration needs to be given to emergency lighting to ensure people can get around during a power blackout. And most universities, particularly research-intensive facilities, conduct complex laboratory experiments. These may need to run unattended for extended periods; power interruptions can destroy samples, data or even the equipment itself – and have a serious impact on learning.
If you’re a facilities manager or estate engineer that works with critical power within education environments, we know you have your work cut out.
Download our free white paper to find out more about:
– UPS fundamentals
– what sorts of backup is needed in education settings
– emergency lighting and back up generator requirements
– UPS load management and considerations for power supply and redundancy.