Re: [Histonet] CAP Inspection deficiency GEN.66100 Emergency Power

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Are your critical instruments connected to battery UPS (Uninterruptible power supply)?
This too is an option to meet the requirements. Not all labs have backup generators. 

---- Rene J Buesa  wrote: 
That is something for your engineering department to take care of. They setup the system and you hook your instruments. The requirement is to have an emergency power supply.
  If your institution cannot provide it, then theirs should be the deficiency.
  Ren´┐Ż J.

Dawn Bugge  wrote:
  Our lab received a Phase I deficiency for not having emergency power
back-up. I am not sure how to handle this issue besides a gas powered
generator which isn't do-able with the set-up we have. I don't believe our
building will allow this. Does anyone know of any emergency back-up
generator that does not require gas, etc.

-- 
Dawn R Bugge
Seattle Histology
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