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Organisations deploy a power protection system to prevent mains disturbances becoming operational ones. But how do they know if those systems are handling minor issues or ready to take on the load in the event of a major one?
Aimed at consultants and engineers responsible for specifying, installing or managing such systems, this webinar looks at today’s monitoring and communication options. It then explains how active battery management and environmental monitoring can further ensure a UPS system is in the best shape to handle the unexpected.
This event is CIBSE CPD approved and will count towards 1 CPD point.
About the presenters
Alex Emms is Operations Director for Kohler Uninterruptible Power, Alex has 30 years’ experience of the power protection business and over 20 years’ service at KUP. Alex started out as a Field Service Engineer, progressing to Senior Engineer, Supervisor, Service Manager and now Operations Director. He is qualified with HNC in Electrical & Electronic Engineering and a CMI Level 5 Diploma in Management and leadership.
Marcin Balicki is Technical Support Engineer for Kohler Uninterruptible Power, Marcin has 10 years’ experience of the power protection business. He started out as at KUP as a Field Service Engineer, progressing to Technical Support Engineer. He is qualified with HNC and HND in Electrical & Electronic Engineering.
Tim Dwyer is Visiting Professor in Building Services Systems, UCLand CIBSE Journal Technical Editor and has been actively involved in the communication and delivery of building services engineering for over 30 years. Having studied and worked in the health service as an engineering designer for 7 years he returned to South Bank Poly as an academic. He spent the following 26 years designing, delivering, and managing under-graduate and post-graduate Building Services, Energy and Sustainable Energy courses. At the same time he specialised in areas of educational development, building industry liaison and strengthening co-operative links with the professional institutions and enabling access to higher education.