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The distribution of LV and HV power around sites to safely power electrical systems. This includes such topics as:
 
  • Liaising with local power authorities, ‘Where’s my power coming from’
  • 11kV – 33kV HV incoming supplies
  • Transformer selection
  • Primary and Standby power generation for low voltage systems.
  • UPS and the euphoria of ‘n+1’
  • Essential requirements for the main switch
  • Cabling and all the hidden factors
  • Busbar busting challenges
  • Power outlets and the total load
  • Electromagnetic interference mitigation
  • Cable containment, burial, ladder, tray and conduits.
  • Critical Earthing of components
  • Spatial planning for architectural consideration

Relevant Standards

UK

  • BS 7671                IET Wiring regulations

International

  • IEEE 80                 Earth Mesh Analysis
  • EN 50600-2-2         Data Centres – Power Distribution


Australian

  • AS 3000               Australian Wiring Regulations
  • AS 3008               Cable Sizes
  • AS 2067               Switchgear assemblies & ancillary equipment for alternating voltages above 1 kV
  • AS 3439.1            LV switchgear & control gear assemblies. Type-tested & partially type-tested assemblies
  • AS 60947.1           LV switchgear & control gear
Location
Canberra,
Australia.
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