The Isolated Power Systems have the following characteristics :

  • Are designed to protect patients and personnel from electric shock in critical care areas.
  • Maintain the continuity of power in the event of a first line-to-ground fault
  • Continuously monitor the cumulative hazard current from all connected equipment

The medical facilities rely more heavily on advanced electrical equipment for critical patient care. Special protection against electric shock is more and more required  by the norms and the Isolated Power Systems are the preferred method of achieving this protection where power interruption cannot be tolerated.
Installing an Isolated Power System reduces the possibility of electrical shock for both patients and caregivers. Isolated Power Systems maintain power continuity for life support equipment and give advance warning of potential equipment failure.


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