10 Good Reasons Why You Should Choose GE Services for Your UPS
REASONSwhy you should choose
for your UPS
With presence in 90 countries GE has one of
the most capillary service organizations on
the Globe. And that means rapid response
time around the clock.
Skill matrix, knowledge assessment, yearly
training schedules and factory managed
training centers; our service organization is
trained to the highest standards.
04. FRESH SPARES
GE provides not only certified spares and consumables, but ensures
that they are at the latest revision level, keeping your installation bugs
free. Our local offices have stock and we provide service level agreements
where spare parts may be included.
05. DIGITAL AGE
There was a time where to be a good
technician, all that was required was to
have a good ear and a screwdriver. That
was enough to spot the issue. Times have
changed: our SG series, just for example,
has 525 parameters that can be set to
meet the need of the site. And a
screwdriver doesn’t help.
06. REMOTE MONITORING
Our remote monitoring solution,
iUPSGuard, provides a 24x7 connection
with our monitoring center and any
alarm or event that is received from
the unit has the immediate attention
of a specialist.
Picture this: an average UPS manufacturer has 5
product lines. Each product line has 5 power sizes;
each with a minimum of 5 printed circuit boards
inside. Multiply that for 5 major brands and you
get the scale of complexity a multi-vendor service
supplier has to face.
07. “REPETITA JUVANT”
Latin said: Repeating things helps. What is the
probability that a multi-vendor service pro-
vider will work on the same model and brand
of your UPS? Would you choose a surgeon
who operates daily, or one who sees the
same operation once per year?
08. LIFECYCLE CARE
Average operation time of an UPS is 10
years. During that wide life span, technolo-
gy evolves, bugs are fixed (yes, we do find
bugs) and improvements are made. GE
includes all the revision changes to any
service level agreement, ensuring that your
site has the most updated UPS system.
09. WHAT ABOUT BATTERIES?
The initial battery design selected when the UPS
was new may not meet the needs of today’s
system. We offer a free survey and consultancy to
help identify the best most cost effective solution
for the demands of the system.
10. SAFETY FIRST
Working with UPS means working with en-
ergized parts; GE engineers are properly
trained and know how to mitigate the risks.
This training and experience makes up GE's
commitment to Environment Health Safety.
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