Power Assessment of electronic systems during disturbances



Power Assessment is a service for highly available electrical engineering for the actual detection and analysis, the correction of the network configuration and subsequent monitoring. This includes an analysis of the reliability of the overall system and Risk Assessment by our team.


According to AVBEltV all electrical equipment shall be installed in correspondence with this Federal Regulation, pursuant to other statutory and regulatory provisions as well as the recognized rules of technology and (if necessary) expand or to modify and maintain.


As recognized rules of technology serve also DIN VDE/EN regulations. The tests described above are primarily to secure the electrical safety of the installation. However, electromagnetic interference can greatly endanger the safety of persons and equipment.


The aim of the investigations by our measurement team is to perform an exemplary actual recording of the electrical system.


The investigation covers the following elements:

  • General condition/compliance of the network conditions

  • Maintenance State  

  • Documentation condition

  • EMC condition

  • Network Quality

  • Operational risk through substandard construction

  • Auditability and control


The Power Assessment includes the IST (Integrated System Test) of a data center (load test, short circuit electricity test up to 400A, etc.)


The results are summarized in a written report and will be presented to you.


After the analysis/evaluation of your facility, we will not leave you alone, but we will work together with you to find appropriate measures for upgrading your electrical system (clean up the network to the TNS system). We will also accompany you during the exercise and certification (measurement-technology verification) of the plant and our Power Help Desk for any questions about your electrical system is always available.



  • Depending on your needs, individualized suggestions to troubleshoot any faults
  • Service from one source
  • Centrally managed monitoring of the system by CPI