When planning an electrical system to support a customer’s critical loads, design engineers can face a nearly infinite number of possible component configurations to support the system. How do you meet the customer’s need with the right combination of components or the right configuration?
Selecting a cost-effective solution to support a critical load is paramount. A standby system is traditionally purchased by a customer as a business investment, and it is up to the design engineer to deliver the greatest return on investment possible through a reliable system with optimal redundancy that provides the greatest availability.
If designing cost-effective, reliable systems is an issue for you, please join me on Wednesday, April 19, 2017, at 2:00 p.m. Eastern time for a free webinar. You can earn 0.1 CEU (continuous education unit) for participating.
To register for “Design for Critical Loads: 5 Key Industry Concepts You Should Know,” click here.
In the meantime, we want to hear from you about your experience designing for critical loads:
What are the most common critical loads your customers ask you to address?
How do you determine if you are delivering a cost-effective system for the customer?
What is the best means for predicting the reliability of your design?
What level of redundancy is most common when working with your customers?