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If Shakespeare were alive today and wrote a play about the life of a modem day cell technician or outside plant engineer named Hamlet, his lead character might have asked his most famous question this way - "To LVD or Not to LVD? . That is the question!" In today' s world, the ability to count on a dedicated power technician, whose specialty is to understand everything about the power plant and its functionality, rarely exists. Rather, the power room and the battery plant fall under the jurisdiction of a "universal technician" who must quickly learn the salient features and conditions of a variety of configurations, of which the power board and the batteries are in many cases a minor element in his overall view of the universe.