MPower Secures UPS Maintenance Contract for North Wales Police

Provider of uninterruptible power supplies, MPower UPS part of the CENTIEL Group, has been appointed to manage UPS maintenance at North Wales Police and Fire Service. MPower will now look after North Wales Police’s head-quarters in Colwyn Bay and district head-quarters at Caernarfon and Wrexham plus the UPS at Rhyl Fire Station.

Michael Brooks, managing director, MPower UPS part of the CENTIEL Group said, “We will now provide annual maintenance visits, 24/7 emergency support 365 days per year, in addition to remote UPS monitoring and monthly reports.  We will look after ten UPS across our four sites ranging from 10kVA to 100kVA which support critical IT equipment, computer systems within the custody suites and telephone systems. Remote monitoring will be important to pick up any anomalies and ensure alarms are dealt with quickly. Monthly analysis of UPS performance and trend data will also be provided, which may indicate any ongoing issues which need to be addressed relating to power cuts, the efficiency of air-conditioning for example or any other challenges which could potentially impact power protection.”

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