A generator’s primary purpose is to provide emergency power at any time. It is a critical piece of equipment that must not fail. However, it is estimated that at least 10% of generators will fail during a power outage. For many businesses and homes, power loss can threaten lives and cost money.
It is essential to know the health of your generator and that it works 100% of the time.
How confident are you that your emergency power system will work when needed?
With a Power Telematics monitoring system, you gain insight and knowledge on the core functions of the generator so you can rest assured that when the power goes out, you are protected. Monitoring a generator is vital to its reliability because you cannot risk equipment failure!
Have confidence in your generator with Power Telematics remote monitoring.
More Than Keeping the Lights On; How Changing Weather Patterns Are Increasing the Need for Mission Critical Emergency Power Back UpWe are all deep in the technology age where, for many homes and businesses, power outages are more than a mere inconvenience. For healthcare, they are mission-critical. In the case of hospitals, critical care units, assisted living facilities, and nursing homes, power is an absolute ‘must have’. It’s a matter of survivability for patients and residents entrusting their facility’s level of care is failure proof and storm proof.The world is not short on catastrophic activities that can and do affect generator operations. New weather patterns have caused unpredictable year-round storms spawning thunder, lighting, tornados, unprecedented flooding and more, driving demand for power up and the need for emergency backup power even higher. Now add an ongoing pandemic furthering the demand for operational healthcare facilities.Want to read more? Click here! powertelematics.com/more-than-keeping-the-lights-on-how-changing-weather-patterns-are-increasing-...... See MoreSee Less