Power Analysis Guards Your California Business Against Blackouts
How efficient is your electrical power system?
You might not think much about it, but your power system determines a lot about your enterprise – and how resilient it might be in a crisis.
A working electrical system appears effortless. The truth is, it’s one of the most complex building systems. Each generator, transformer, capacitor bank, and more must be optimized: From the most sophisticated equipment to the simplest cables and wiring.
The status of your electrical power system determines:
- The most effective way to implement an uninterruptible power supply (UPS)
- How likely it is spikes and sags in voltage will cause equipment damage or a fire
- Whether you are using electricity efficiently and at the lowest possible price
Many times, Northern California and Bay Area businesses don’t learn about electrical system problems until it is too late. These issues aren’t evident in day to day operations. Even when you use sensitive equipment, it is often hard to distinguish between electrical and equipment problems.
That means most companies don’t discover weaknesses in their system until it is put to the test. When an electrical system is pushed to the limit, it needs to perform according to expectations!
Power analysis is how you ensure you will get the results you want.
Power Analysis Protects Your Northern California Business from Blackouts
Our power analysis services bring your business to the next level:
1. Grounding of Emergency Power Equipment
Proper grounding keeps users safe and prevents damage to equipment. It’s especially vital for emergency power equipment be properly grounded. We verify neutral and building grounds.
2. Electrical Wiring and Phasing Review
The input power for your uninterruptible power supply must be compatible with the UPS system. By testing key elements of the input power, we ensure it will work as expected with the UPS batteries.
3. Wire Gauge Review
Gauge is a measure of wiring diameter and determines how much current a wire can carry, with common sizes running from 2-gauge to 12-gauge. We review equipment for appropriate gauges.
4. Load Testing
Our complete load testing service is based on the best industry calculations. We determine your minimum, typical, and maximum loads as a critical step to recommending the best UPS for you.
Your electrical system should never be “out of sight, out of mind.” Call the experts at Nite & Day Power to get started with your expert power analysis in Northern California.