Protect your investment and help ensure continuous patient services

Power quality solutions

Because we know power and imaging equipment, partnering with us for your power quality needs can help avoid unplanned outages and data loss—helping to minimize impact to your facility, technologists, and patients.
Uninterruptible Power Supply
Main Disconnect Panel
Risk assessment
Power monitoring

Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS)

From spikes and sags to full interruptions, power issues can impact the entire facility, and are especially critical to diagnostic imaging systems. Our Uninterruptible Power Supplies (UPS) help you protect and manage power within your facility—so you can focus on delivering quality care.

Supports daily workflow

Helps provide reliable, clean, consistent power.

Protects the system

Helps eliminate power anomalies that can damage sensitive computer components.

Complete scans

Allows scan completion after power loss and enables data saving and orderly shutdown.

Provides flexibility

Configurations can support multi-modalities.

Main disconnect panels

Main disconnect panels provide emergency shutdown, undervoltage protection, overcurrent protection, OSHA lockout tag provisions, and a local disconnect for the GE HealthCare diagnostic imaging system.


Tested to perform seamlessly with diagnostic imaging equipment from GE HealthCare.


May help reduce installation time by providing a single-point power connection.


UL and cUL listed for compliance with National Electric Code.


Standardized design and testing helps ensure product quality and reliability.

Risk assessment

We help to identify equipment at risk and options to improve. We address existing UPS (Uninterruptible Power Supply) service needs along with best practices.

Considers workflow

Identifies improvements for equipment reliability, patient flow, and scheduling.

Backed by data

Supplies short- and long-term data about power events which can be leveraged for decisions.

Minimizes costs

Focuses on power solutions that can extend equipment life.

Tailored to your needs

Offering power mitigating designs for single systems to full department solutions.

Power monitoring

We help you deploy site-specific power quality monitoring to provide quantifiable data and enable precise, data-driven decisions.

A complete view

Valuation of incoming power, short term notifications and long-term trending.


Flexibility to move the monitoring device throughout the facility.

Builds a history

Provides trends and information customers can use to make data driven decisions.

Tailored to your needs

Suitable for facilities of all sizes and multiple facility groups.

Why power management matters


of global health organizations have experienced data loss in last 12 months.¹


of global healthcare organizations have experienced an unplanned outage in the past 12 months.¹

57 hrs

is the average amount of time healthcare organizations have lost to unplanned downtime over the past 12 months.¹


of power outages are caused by brownouts or sags which are short term incidents caused by very high energy demands.²

In a power struggle, we’re on your side

We at GE HealthCare know power, and we know medical devices. That makes us uniquely qualified to help you keep medical equipment operating at peak performance and to keep power issues from impacting your patients, your operation and your organization.

More vulnerable than ever

Technological advancements have both improved care and increased our reliance on electricity. As healthcare facilities become more technology intensive, they require more reliable sources of power—even as they’re putting more stress on the grid.

Our Mission: Ensuring good power quality

Good power quality means consistent voltage, frequency, and waveform of your power supply system that conforms to the specifications of your equipment. Through risk assessment, power monitoring and power conditioning, we’ll help find power solutions that can support your clinical, operational and financial goals.

  1. Katz, Roberta. "Trusted Health IT and IT-as-a-Service: A Prescription for Change" (Journal of AHIMA), August 2014.
  2. “Disturbance types and solutions”, We Energies, Oct. 2022,

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