Hospitals, medical centers, and healthcare organizations require reliable backup power to provide the necessary patient care. In these settings, a UPS can support critical medical equipment, emergency lighting, and data center functionality.
Ensure your equipment is readily available - especially in an emergency - with clean, uninterrupted power.
Hospitals and healthcare providers strive to diagnose patients' conditions quickly and effectively, often deploying critical equipment that requires a stable and uninterrupted power source. When conducting tests to determine the extent of a patient's injuries, the 24/7 reliability of necessary medical imaging equipment, such as MRIs and CT scanners, can make a vital difference in that patient's outcome.
An interruption in power to sensitive equipment during its operation could damage the machine or require the entire procedure to be repeated, delaying critical care. UPS for medical equipment ensure essential diagnostic tools are readily available - without interruption - while conditioning the power for sensitive equipment.
Spikes and dips in power quality can also damage vital and costly medical equipment. Providing short-term hospital backup power with a UPS for medical equipment keeps everything up and running between an outage and the generator turning on, while also delivering regulated power. Many hospitals have uninterruptible power supplies dedicated to specific testing bays to ensure a smooth and constant supply of utility power.
Navigate outages safely and effectively during emergency situations.
Emergency lighting is vital for the safe relocation or evacuation of patients, staff and visitors, while also supporting first responder navigation throughout the facility. The visual cues and conditions that emergency lighting systems communicate assist safe, timely, and effective navigation.
For tasks that must continue even when other spaces may be evacuated, standby lighting is necessary. Reliable standby lighting is critical to successful patient care because care may not be able to wait until the generator kicks on.
In many situations, patients may be physically or mentally incapacitated, hindering timely and effective exit.
As a result, medical facilities must often follow a progressive evacuation, which means they must be able to depend on their emergency lighting system from the second the power goes out to well beyond. Mitsubishi Electric's UL 924-listed UPS support the proper exit signs, hallways illumination, and standby lighting to ensure occupant safety and support first responder rescue.
Reliably retrieve, store and transmit crucial patient information from your data center during a power outage.
Patient information must be readily accessible at all times, which has driven the transition to electronic health records. Hospital and healthcare data centers house hundreds of thousands of records in their data base that may need to be retrieved, stored, or transmitted to continue patient care. Data centers in this setting store and/or support:
Additionally, this sector has seen a higher demand on their data center services with the increased requirements in data security and privacy in order for hospitals and healthcare organizations to be HIPPA-compliant. Patient information must be secure and accessible, even in the event of an outage, which is why leaders in this space choose Mitsubishi Electric UPS.
An industry leader in the healthcare sector looking to replace a competitor UPS demanded efficiency and reliability, so they chose Mitsubishi Electric's SUMMIT Series® UPS.
Discover the Mitsubishi Electric Uninterruptible Power Supplies that hospitals and healthcare facilities choose to avoid devastating downtime and ensure reliable power distribution.
DiamondPlus® 1100A & 1100B UPS
120/208V / 10 to 80 kVA
480V / 80, 100, 150, 160, & 225 kVA
480V / 300, 500, & 750 kVA
SUMMIT Series® UPS
480V / 500 & 750 kVA