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Weybridge, Surrey KT13 0SL United Kingdom
In the event of a major power loss, how would your critical systems fare?
According to Ofgem, 93% of power outages are unplanned. The UPS’s role has become increasingly critical over the years, reflecting that of the equipment it protects. This criticality is likely to be exacerbated as the UK power grid faces growing pressure over the years to come.
This seminar will assist you in developing your business continuity plan to ensure that your business’ power is fully protected.
|10.00||Registration & refreshments|
|10.15||Introduction||Mark Claxton, Hardware Sales Director, KUP|
|10.20||Critical Power Protection Market Trends||Alan Luscombe, Marketing Director, KUP|
|10.45||Maximising Business Continuity - UPS System Design & Case Study|
Individual UPS Modules - Evolution and Design
UPS Systems Topologies
Designing a UPS System – Practical Steps
|Mike Elms, Technical Manager, KUP|
|13.00||Ensuring the lights come in an emergency...|
Static Inverter Topology
Inverter Design Considerations
|Matt Henley, Technical Director, Emergency Lighting Manufacturer|
|13.30||Batteries - At the heart of a reliable UPS system|
Battery sizing example,
Inspection & maintenance,
Factors affecting service life
|Peter Hollingworth, Technical Support Manager, Yuasa Battery Sales (UK)|
|14.30||Servicing - Ensuring your UPS system does not fail when it's needed most|
PowerREPORTER remote monitoring
PowerNSURE battery care
|Graham Fullick, Service Sales Manager, KUP|
|15.00||Free access to the facilities & motor display at Mercedes Benz World|
This free-to-attend course is likely to be very popular, so book early to avoid disappointment.
Win Mercedes Benz World Experiences
Come along to this seminar and you may also be lucky enough to win one of 11 spectacular track & off-road experiences at Mercedes Benz World, which we will be giving away on the day!