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Application note: Choosing Centralized or Decentralized UPS for Hospitals

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Application note: Choosing Centralized or Decentralized UPS for Hospitals

Dear community,


I'd like to share with you the application note about how to chose UPS for hospitals. I believe this document could be a good base to get deeper into your specific needs for your projects.


Below is a brief introduction: 


This paper discusses key factors for choosing either centralized or decentralized UPS configurations in hospital and health
facility environments. The information within is applicable to critical and non-critical medical and medically-related services.
Points of interest within this paper include strategies for ensuring power protection for facilities, patients and staff.


To learn more about this topic, download the full document below in the attachment. 


For any relevant questions, you can reach out to our SME @SamirElhassanin 


Looking forward to reading from you and accurately address your specific issues!


Yanling CHEN
Marketing and Communication Specialist
Secure Power Division Commercial & Industrial
Schneider Electric