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International Press Conference

While traveling recently in Tanzania we had the chance to speak to the press about power quality and the needs for protecting the emerging reliance on automation equipment. Check out this one piece by clicking the image below: I have always loved working and traveling in Africa. 

What to look for in a backup battery system?

Electric power losses can be a nuisance as the supply is usually out of our control. Even temporary loss can result in equipment shut down and stall your daily business operations. According to the US federal data, American businesses lose about $150 billion due to power outages and

Why Your Organization Needs Surge Protection

Electronic devices are a staple for any business or organization in today’s world. They play an essential role in performing the key functions that practically run the business – processing payments, communication, and keeping records just to name a few. What many organizations often fail

Transient Surges Reduce Your Profits

Transient surges refer to brief overvoltage spikes that last only a few micro-seconds and are often ignored or considered harmless. However, these voltage spikes can be extremely harmful to your electronic devices, reducing your long-term profits. Some of the reasons for these surges are power

Maximize Your Productivity!

Electric power surges can be a nuisance for your daily working operations. According to the US Energy Information Association (EIA), power interruptions averaging about six hours were experienced by the customers in 2018. Power surges can affect your electrical equipment and systems’ delicate infrastructure and render them

Does Power Quality Matter?

Power quality is a complex subject. In its simplest form, electric power quality is defined as the degree to which a power supply conforms to the established standards by maintaining the voltage, frequency, and sinusoidal waveform. It is vital to have a stable power quality.