Human life is invaluable, and hospitals play an essential role in saving lives. However, saving lives not only depends on having sophisticated and expensive equipment but also on having a reliable power system. DEIF has been delivering high-quality products and systems to hospital infrastructure all over the world.

Our capabilities within specification, engineering, design, supply and commissioning of power systems make DEIF a reliable partner for EPC companies and system designers and integrators, designing hospital infrastructure.

DEIF’s reliable and fast back up system brings the power back up within 6 seconds, ensuring that all critical systems keep running. The system can be designed and set up to automatically test its health status periodically ensuring that the power system will take over in case of a blackout or utility power outage.

The patent-pending emulation feature in DEIF’s controllers enables a thorough validation of the power system operation during design and also in preparing the system during commissioning.

Check out the application examples below to see some of the possibilities you get with DEIF expertise and devices.

Complete range of controllers

Our solutions are based on powerful, flexible controllers like the AGC-4 Mk II, the iE 250, the GPC 300, and PLCs such as the AMC 600. They provide the building blocks you need to design and deploy control solutions with any level of complexity – including double busbar architectures. And they interface seamlessly with sustainable controllers like the ASC-4 Solar and ASC-4 Battery, helping you combine reliability with sustainability and reduce the carbon footprint of your site.

DEIF controllers boost critical power reliability at German hospital

Excellent components, good support, and fast delivery were the main reasons why German engineering company Leukhardt selected a DEIF power management solution. Leukhardt needed a new critical power control system for local hospital Sana Krankenhaus Bad Doberan, and DEIF delivered the performance required.

Read our hospital guide