Power Up with A Load-Management System: Setting Up a Load-Management System Part 3

There can be many differences between load-management systems, but common design practices and setup procedures can be applied to most systems and applications. The following are functional descriptions, configuration tips and example scenarios for some of the more common techniques for load management:

  1. Startup shed
  2. Generator online load add
  3. kW capacity load add
  4. Engine failure shed
  5. kW shed
  6. Underfrequency shed
  7. Time-based load staging

Each method is demonstrated by a timing diagram based on an example system Figure 1. The example system includes load ranges for each
of the priorities based on maximum and minimum observed demand on each priority. The actual loads on the priorities can fall anywhere in this range, but they have been fixed throughout the examples for simplicity.

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