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Emergency Power Off: Don't Get Caught in the Dark
Emergency power Off (EPO) is a safety mechanism intended to power down a single piece of electrical equipment or an entire room of equipment In an Emergency, In order to protect personnel and facilities. some of The situations requiring EPO activation include fire, flood, equipment overheating, and personnel electrocution. In an Emergency, a single means to rapidly disconnect power to an entire room might be The preferred approach. In The case of complex Information Technology (It) environments various options need to be closely analyzed. this course will provide a comprehensive review of The purpose, functionality, requirements and standards, and Best practices for The utilization EPO switches for protecting data centers and small It equipment rooms containing UPS systems. Course Credits: * This course has been approved by Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) for one (1) PDH * This course is recognized for continuing education credit from IFMA for CFM/FMP Maintenance Points.
* Recognize EPO Standards and codes * Identify data center EPO requirements * Define different types of EPO switches * Review methods to ensure EPO functionality * Review best practices for EPO in a data center
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Emergency power Off (EPO) is a safety mechanism intended to power down a single piece of electrical equipment or an entire room of equipment In an Emergency, In order to protect personnel and facilities. some of The situations requiring EPO activa...
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