LV Panel Boards
Workspace Technology design solutions to meet availability, system reliability and concurrent maintainability of equipment, depending on your Data Centre’s “Tier” level design performance criteria. As a minimum, we aim to design Tier II solutions with recommendations for Tier III where businesses require enhanced levels of fault tolerance.
|Details||Tier I||Tier II||Tier III||Tier IV|
|Number of Paths||Only 1||Only 1||1 Active,
|Redundancy||N||N+1||N+1||S+S (2 N+1)|
|Fault Tolerance to Worst Case||None||None||None||Yes|
Source – The Uptime Institute
LV Panel Board Features
- Fully welded and modular sheet steel construction cubicles
- Fully and partially type tested ASTA Certified busbar systems up to 6300A
- Front and rear access designs, suitable for top or bottom entry cables
- Standard paint finish RAL 7032 Light Grey, with all other RAL and BS colours available on request
- Ingress protection of IP31 as standard with ratings available up to IP54
- Circuit Breakers & Switch disconnections including ACB’s, MCCB’s Fusewitches and MCB or fuseboards in fixed, withdrawable and plug-in formats
- Integrated metering typically based on Schneider PM750 systems
- Equipment can incorporate a wide range of intelligent system controls and automation with conventional relay logic control or PLC systems
- Provisions for thermographic surveys.
ATS Panel Systems
Workspace Technology offers a range of Automatic Transfer Switching systems, designed for fully automated initiation and switchover of power to the standby generator equipment.
Workspace Technology offers solutions which provide:-
- Discrete or modular changeover systems, with fully integrated internal security and mechanical and electrical interlocking.
- Our innovative installations combine the benefits of switching technology and fast operation with unique control flexibility.
- Integrated “Manual Security” function operated via a standard Allen key.
- A complete range of standard accessories is available: bridging bars, voltage sensing kits, auxiliary contacts and terminal shrouds.
To support servicing of UPS systems without the need to power down critical services, bypass panels are installed. Typical designs will support a range of UPS topology’s with full interlock capability.
Depending on the UPS architecture, panels form part of the main LV board, or are standalone units paired with distributed modular UPS systems.