- Event log of status changes of ATS (normal or emergency) and Generator (running or stopped)
- Start and end times of generator test
- Amount of time that generator runs over a specified nameplate load (most cases, 30%)
- Graph of kW and kVA with percentage of power load
- Table listing minimum, average, and maximum current and voltage
- Engine data, such as oil pressure, coolant temperature, DC amp, exhaust temperature, etc.
The EPSS report is extracted from data collected by the PowerLogic energy and power management system during routine emergency equipment exercising. EPSS Reports include generator loading, runtime and engine data, loading trends and other information that properly documents and streamlines testing.
Automatic power system controls are typically implemented with EPSS reporting further automating testing with graphical interface to perform output controls from the PC to reduce physical manpower requirements and inaccuracies that typically occur with manual recording methods. Using a fully integrated Power Logic system with EPSS Reporting can help you:
- Gain confidence that the emergency power supply system generator and ATS tests have been performed correctly.
- Reduce documentation time with automatic data collection and reporting
- Expedite performance verification
- Eliminate inaccurate manual readings of loading levels
- Continuously monitor and receive remote alarm notification for entire power system