Corrosion builds resistance that can prevent power from flowing through your electrical system
Finally, looking even further into the future, systems of cooperation between electric cars and the electrical system
should be implemented in such a way as to enable a reverse flow of electrical power, that is to say, from the electric car back to the electrical system
It is, therefore, in the landlord's own interests to have electrical systems
checked by a competent electrician every five to ten years.
When the problem isn't a fire, the standby alternator, followed by the main battery, followed by any secondary battery, is your backup electrical system
, but know this: Any batteries are only as good as the last charge they took.
Once the documentation is updated, it should be revised and maintained whenever electrical system
The utility prides itself on offering extremely reliable electric service to our customers, and will continue to take the necessary steps to improve the reliability and redundancy of our electrical system
so we can meet customer needs as they continue to evolve.
As Sullivan was developing the dash, many of the electrical systems
installed on company vehicles in the mine were nearing the end of their usable life.
An electromagnetic pulse is capable of shorting out any electrical system
that has not been protected, or "hardened," against such damage.
American Camping Association (ACA) Standard SF-7, Electrical Evaluation, requires an annual review of the camp electrical system
conducted by "qualified personnel." The standards offer the following rationale:
Of particular interest was the issue of whether 75% of the cost of the building's electrical system
was tangible personal property.
The first provision limits coverage to $1,000 for electronic apparatus, while in or upon a motor vehicle, if the electronic apparatus is equipped to be operated by power from the electrical system
of the vehicle while retaining its capability of being operated by other sources of power.
But consider that electrical system
failures are the most common type of equipment breakdown, second only to heating and cooling system failures.