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Solid network infrastructure upholds health information technology

Healthcare information technology systems including electronic medical records and digital imaging are revolutionizing healthcare by streamlining processes, eliminating waste, improving accuracy and, most importantly, improving patient outcomes. As these systems become integral to healthcare delivery, their continuous operation becomes increasingly critical. Liebert products and services protect your healthcare IT systems, both in the data center and throughout the hospital, to help ensure positive patient outcomes and doctor satisfaction.

  UPS for Hospital, Hospital UPS, Hospital Uninterruptable Power, Medical UPS, Healthcare UPS
UPS for Hospital, Hospital UPS, Hospital Uninterruptable Power, Medical UPS, Healthcare UPS
UPS for Hospital, Hospital UPS, Hospital Uninterruptable Power, Medical UPS, Healthcare UPS
UPS for Hospital, Hospital UPS, Hospital Uninterruptable Power, Medical UPS, Healthcare UPS
Protect a data center that isn't just critical
but life-critical.

Maintain electronic patient records, digital images, and the equipment that
transmits them.

Deliver the IT availability essential for today's
digital operating rooms.

Manage IT infrastructure to support EMR and wireless.
Solutions UPS redundancy and precision cooling with energy efficient plug fans. Monitored UPS and dedicated precision cooling. Centralized UPS with Flywheel energy storage for critical loads. Easy-to-install enclosures with integrated UPS and cooling.
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Emerson Network Power is trusted by healthcare entities in the United States such as regional hospitals, community hospitals, outpatient centers, laboratory services, imaging clinics and local physician offices to protect their critical applications.
BenefitsAC Power/UPS

  • Continuous availability of critical Healthcare IT systems through battery or flywheel energy
  • Protect IT, medial and diagnostic equipment from damage caused by power surges
  • Clean and conditioned power for sensitive imaging equipment
  • Avoid lost revenue caused by long imaging equipment restarts after utility outage or generator start up
Precision Cooling

  • Prevent heat related IT outages or costly equipment damage
  • Maximize imaging equipment life through compliance to proper operating temperatures
  • Precisely control the temperature and humidity ratio of healthcare network closets and hospital data centers
  • Maximize energy efficiency of the hospital’s data center though the use of high density cooling or plug fans 
Racks/Integrated Cabinets/Monitoring

  • Meet HIPAA physical security standards for IT assets and protect equipment from unauthorized access
  • Provide necessary cooling of IT devices through integrated precision air conditioners
  • Reduce time and resources spent on troubleshooting with remote monitoring
  • Reduce costs by eliminating the need for third-party monitoring applications
Ideally Suited For

  • Data Center
  • IT Networks
  • Hospitals
  • Ambulatory Care

Q: Is a UPS considered a medical device?

A: No, a UPS is a bridging device used by computing equipment and other technologies in order to temporarily maintain the supply of electricity when the primary input power is interrupted until primary power is restored or the alternate source (generator) can assume the load.

Q: Am I allowed to use a Liebert UPS in an operating room or to support the IT involved in other invasive procedures?

A: Yes, although medical applications such as invasive procedures and electrical life support equipment are subject to additional terms and conditions such as: United States, Canada, Australia and New Zealand only, active hospital accreditation status and use is limited to certain UPS models and configurations. Liebert precision cooling units should never be installed directly over a patient or medical equipment.

Q: What does Liebert define as invasive procedures or electrical life support equipment?

A: Invasive procedures or electrical life support equipment applications include, but not limited to: operating theaters, heart catheterization equipment, bi-plane procedures, lasers for surgical use, fetal and neonatal monitors, anesthesia devices, incubators, patient monitors for intensive care, kidney dialysis machines, oxygen concentrator, respirator, ventilator, pressure breathing therapy, infusion feeding pump, and peritoneal dialysis machines.  Additional terms and conditions also may apply to: MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging), CT (Computed Tomography), ultrasound, PET (Positron Emission Tomography), PACS (Picture Archive Communication System), mammography, hyperbaric therapy, digital radiography, forensic labs, pathology labs, blood analysis, dental labs, and ophthalmic labs.

Q: Do Liebert UPSs have UL 60601-1 certification?

A: No. Liebert UPSs are not intended for use where the UPS would physically enter the “patient vicinity” which is an area that extends 6ft around a patient and 7 ½ feet directly above the floor. Liebert UPS are listed UL and cUL 1778 which is the standard for Uninterruptible Power Systems. UL 924 listing for Emergency Lighting is available on certain models.

Q: Are Liebert products “medical grade”?

A: No. The term medical grade may refer to devices which are intended for use in the patient vicinity. These devices require special plugs, receptacles and leakage to ground requirements as the device (such as an outlet in a headboard or patient monitor) may come into physical contact with a patient. In most instances a UPS will likely reside on an office desk, a networking closet or equipment room and will never be in contact with a patient and thus not need UL 60601-1 or medical grade labeling.