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Is Your California Business in Need of a Power Analysis? Part 1

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Power outages are no longer just a rural problem – ask anyone in the San Francisco Bay Area!

Spikes, surges, brownouts, and blackouts all have one thing in common: They were once looked at as telltale signs of aging, poorly maintained equipment. For the most part, a power analysis would show that the worst utility performance was centered on areas 50 or more miles from a city.

The last three years have seen hundreds of blackouts centered on major cities.

The Bay Area is at particular risk of blackouts. A recent study by power analysis experts uncovered that San Jose, San Francisco, and Oakland have been struck by a combined total of over 3,200 blackouts in the period between October 2017 and December 2019.

Battery Backup Power for Onsite Coronavirus Testing

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Power from an electric utility is intended to be reliable. But as soon as you step off the beaten path, you need battery backup power. Nowhere is this more obvious than today’s onsite coronavirus testing labs.

Battey Backup Power is Critical to Safety, Efficiency, and Accuracy in Coronavirus Testing

In many cases, new mobile facilities were planned from the ground up to give medical professionals the resources to travel where testing capacity is most needed. Onsite coronavirus testing makes it easier to keep everyone safe when conducted at large parking lots and other open spaces.

There are significant use cases for battery backup power in coronavirus testing:

1. Modular Coronavirus Testing at Existing Facilities

Coronavirus testing facilities can be made modular and moved into existing spaces. In situations like this, battery backup power serves as an additional layer of protection. It can ensure the voltage received by sensitive testing equipment is clean, enabling tests to execute as expected.

Dental Offices Need Battery Backup Power

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Millions of Americans have some degree of dental anxiety, and services like sedation dentistry are getting more popular. You can imagine the impression it might make on some patients if they're in the middle of a procedure and everything suddenly ... stops.

It's the nightmare scenario for them – and it might be the same for dentists like you. Patients who get startled in the chair are more likely to look for another dentist.

That's just one reason why dental offices need battery backup power.

Your Important Dental Equipment Relies on Battery Backup Power

Battery backup power is a sound investment for any medical practice, and that's just as true of dental offices. Many dental practices are in smaller buildings with limited electrical infrastructure. Older buildings can't sustain peak demand for long before wiring systems are taxed to the brink.

As you add equipment to your dental practice, it's crucial to evaluate whether your electrical system is up to the job. Battery backup power is essential for keeping your office running smoothly if your system overloads or your utility fails.

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