Select your business area

We use this information to provide content associated with segment of your choice.
You can change your selection any time.

Select your country:


DEIF UK offers introductory sessions on critical power and marine applications

Complimentary introductory sessions on power management at Stockport, UK  

DEIF (UK) Ltd is launching a series of introductory sessions on power management at its Stockport offices. The sessions are fully funded for participants and will be of particular interest to persons involved in data centre, hospital, and marine power management. The sessions are designed to provide an insight into the needs and requirements for the critical power market and the marine power management markets especially but can apply to many other market segments where reliable power is a must. Separate sessions will be offered as these are markets with clearly differing needs and demands.

Much of the day will be actual hands-on sessions where participants can freely ask questions and be involved as much or as little as they like. “The sessions are intended as simple taster sessions to improve your general technical knowledge. They will suit those interested in finding out more and not just the technically biased”, comments Managing Director Roger Watterson of DEIF UK.


For the critical power market, sessions will focus on topics such as the following:

  • The unique advantages of using CBE (Close Before Excitation) and how to set this feature to make best use of its capabilities
  • Digital AVR (Automatic Voltage Regulator) and how it can interface with the generator control to enable more efficient use of these two tools
  • Dual communications, dual starter, hot standby, and electronic droop
  • Load control and the latest EasyConnect software update
  • HMI (Human Machine Interface) and how to best program these sophisticated yet powerful and easy to use tools
  • Using the DEIF integrated SCADA system
  • Required generator protections

For the marine markets, sessions will focus on topics such as the following:

  • Making the best use of power management for vessels
  • Managing the use of heavy consumers and shore supplies
  • Using auto modes and manual modes and implementing them within your systems
  • The advantages of using the SEMS (Ship Energy Monitoring System)

Places are limited and offered on a first come, first served basis.

For more information or to sign up, please contact DEIF UK at 0161 429 4940 or