Installation & Commissioning
The correct installation and commissioning of a UPS system, is vital in making sure your new UPS system not only meets the manufactures warranty, but also the latest in UPS regulations. That is why all work we do is subject to a quotation, including the assessing of your company’s infrastructure, current UPS set-up as well as cabling and distribution.
Once the system has been fitted by one of our fully qualified engineers, it’s then subject to vigorous testing to ensure a clean install before being granted with certification and system handover. Before the system is handed over an inspection of connections, peripherals, components and firmware will be conducted followed by final configuration and system setup.
Once the system is set up and ready to use our engineers will provide full training on how to use the UPS system. Our certified installations remove the possibility of voiding your systems warranty as many systems require commissioning by a qualified engineer, some UPS systems operate via an ‘open protocol’ with widely accessible passwords, to avoid the cancellation of the warranty obligations the UPS must still be correctly installed.
If a system is in need of decommissioning, we can safely and correctly remove and dispose of the system for you.
All installations, commissioning and decommissioning are conducted by qualified engineers.
All work can be conducted at a time suitable to you and your business.