Imaging equipment used in diagnostic and treatment facilities benefits greatly when supplied by uninterruptible power sources (UPS). Such sources provide voltage regulation and protection from power sags and swells and momentary interruptions, and prevent the loss of data and disruptions. Stand-alone UPS systems are costly for maintenance, operation, and floor space allocations. Using a central and modular flywheel system for the UPS source will have a payback of five years or less when compared to standard battery-type UPS systems.
Identify alternatives to battery-type UPS units
Assess life cycle costs of UPS alternatives
Evaluate facility benefits of centralized UPS sources
Develop schematic designs for centralized UPS sources
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