Once the site survey is complete, the installation team will begin assembling the components of the UPS system. They will mount the UPS unit, battery cabinets, and other accessories such as distribution panels, transformers, and surge protectors.
After the UPS system has been physically installed, the team will begin the electrical connections. This involves connecting the system to the main power source, grounding the system, and wiring any additional components, such as remote monitoring devices.
Once the electrical connections are complete, the system will be powered up, and a series of tests will be conducted to verify that the system is functioning as intended. The tests include verifying that the system can handle the expected load, testing the battery backup capabilities, and testing the system's response to various power disruptions.
After the system has been installed and tested, the installation team will provide training to the end-users on how to use and maintain the UPS system. This includes basic operation, system monitoring, and maintenance procedures.
In summary, the installation and commissioning process for a UPS system is critical to ensuring that the system operates reliably and efficiently. Working with qualified and experienced professionals ensures that the system is installed correctly, and any potential issues are identified and addressed. With proper installation and commissioning services, you can be confident that your UPS system will provide reliable protection for your critical equipment and data.