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There can be many factors that need to be considered when designing the backup capacity. Some examples that come to mind are:
1) What codes and standards are you intending or required to meet?, for example, if NFPA72 is desired or required, there are specific requirements ...
It is necessary to finish a risk assessment matrix for the blackout energy scenario. Are such risk matrices in place in your company or organization? Once the monetary value of production losses and potential safety incidents or injuries has been determined, the power ...
It depends if you have plant emergency power supply (e.g., diesel generator).
If YES, then the UPS could be designed for rid through capabilities and 30 to 60 minutes is a common specification.
If NO, then you would have to determine:
What is the typical power ...
UPS design is to be done very carefully. While calculating the UPS rating, battery backup is also considered while there is no input power to UPS. As UPS capacity in large range ( more than 10 KVA) is generally incremental in the steps of 5 KVA, it is good to ...
Welcome to ISA! You are in the right place if you want to complement your IT experience with OT, and develop your knowledge in this area. IC32 is a great start and I do recommend doing all four to become an ISA/IEC 62443 Expert.
ISA has many books on industrial ...
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