The OGi Series flooded flat-plate 6-12V multi-cell blocks are robust and optimized for high discharge performance and capable of long duration capacity. This battery has an excellent one-minute discharge rate.
BAE OGi - cells are suitable for backup power applications where operational safety and long service-life is a top priority. The OGi performs extremely well where discharge currents are required for short duration discharge times.
The NorthStar UPS batteries are designed with Thin Plate construction, providing greater surface area than in standard batteries. The greater area typically delivers 10-15% better performance on the high-discharge rates required by the UPS industry.
The SS Series Inverters are true on-line ferroresonant transformer based designs intended for use in UPS systems or stand-alone applications. It's basic function is to covert DC power to an extremely accurate regulated AC output for powering the load.
The 3SS Series Inverters are true on-line ferroresonant transformer based devices intended for UPS systems or in standalone applications. The inverter's basic function is to convert DC power to an extremely accurate, regulated AC output for powering the load.
Solidstate Controls new RS series Remote Manual Bypass Switch (RMBS) is a 3-position switch that allows for complete isolation of a UPS or inverter in order to perform routine or emergency maintenance on the equipment.
The ISL Series Ferroresonant regulating transformers are housed in a single system enclosure. These units are designed to accept a widely varying AC input voltage, while simultaneously producing a well regulated, filtered AC output.
The Digital Battery Chargers from AMETEK Solidstate Controls are thyristor-based systems designed for high efficiency conversion of incoming commercial AC to DC power for charging batteries, while supplying power to continuous DC loads, such as Inverters.
Designed especially for Critical Power Distribution in UPS and Inverter
applications, these panelboards offer the most reliable method of ensuring that one
faulted circuit will not cause any adverse affects on any other branches.