Friday, May 20, 2016

Keep Your Knowledge Current in Electrical Design for Mission Critical Supply

Within the built environment, mission critical facilities and data centers have particular power requirements that significantly impact how they are designed and operated. Further to the

(1) Site Selection,
(2) Space Planning,
(3) Cooling,
(4) Redundancy and
(5) Fire Suppression,

you are recommended to join the 2-day advanced learning (CIBSE approved CPD Course) in Electrical Design for Mission Critical Supply.

With more than 18 years experience in critical facilities and electrical system design, the Instructors (with Chartered Engineer (CEng) status) will detail about the international standards, best practices and design project experience. You will gain insight into the critical supply system, from power components to distributions and efficiency; from power requirements to sizing, design, testing and commissioning.

-- Concept on primary supply and secondary supply
-- Power flow in mission critical supply system
-- Features of major equipment for critical supply

  > Uninterrupted power supply and power storage
  > Backup generator
  > Automatic transfer switch
  > Static transfer switch
  > Isolation transformer

-- Efficiency assessment
-- Power quality review
-- Configuration diagram of critical supply (N+1 / 2N) design & analysis
-- Review of cable sizing to incorporate harmonics content
-- Earthing system design
-- Testing and commissioning requirements
-- Brief of Systems Merging Appraisal Test (SMAT)

This is an advanced learning section on top of the Data Center Facilities Design & Infrastructure Engineering. For details, please refer to

About the Organizer

Strategic Media Asia (SMA) is one of the approved CPD course providers of the Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers (CIBSE) UK.

The team exits provide an interactive environment and opportunities for members of ICT industry and facilities' engineers to exchange professional views and experience.

SMA connects IT, Facilities and Design. For accreditation details and background, please visit

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