The technical team at Megger answers the latest technical query from end users.
I’m looking to move from handwritten EV charge point and electrical certificates to something that can be completed digitally or online. I have several employees, and I want something we can all use. Do you have any suggestions?
Digital certification will certainly save you time, but not all solutions are the same, so be sure to check which meets your needs. Megger has just released CertSuite, its new Electrical Certification Software. This cloud-based solution works on Android and iOS smartphones and tablets, as well as on PCs and Macs. It’s fast, easy, reliable and flexible, with unlimited certificate generation and cloud storage.
CertSuite can be used online or offline, so you don’t have to rely on having an internet connection when working. It automatically synchronises your certificates, reports and photos as soon as you’re back online. In addition, multiple users can complete certificates simultaneously, but please note that each user requires a licence.
You can import company and accreditation logos into CertSuite and even save digital signatures. It also offers unlimited distribution boards and circuit designs. Certificates available include 18th Edition, Fire Alarm and Emergency Lighting, as well as Solar/PV and Fan Maintenance reports. Also included are the latest EV Charge Point installation certificate and inspection report.
CertSuite is subscription only, with annual and monthly payment options. There’s a 30-day free trial so you can try it without commitment.
Find out more about accessing a free trial of Certsuite by clicking here