Chapter 13 Standby Power Systems


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Chapter 13 Standby Power Systems
1010603Chapter 13 Standby Power SystemsThe term standby power systems describes the equipment interposed between the utility power source and the electrical load to improve the reliability of the electric power supply to the load. In previous chapters, we have described the deficiencies in the electric power supply, such as voltage sags and interruptions, and their effect on individual types of loads. The loads that require standby power can range from a single personal computer supplied by a battery-powered UPS to a large data proce…
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Alexander Kusko: Power Quality in Electrical Systems. Chapter 13 Standby Power Systems, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2007), AccessEngineering Export