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Articles & Whitepapers
Difference between Inverter & UPS? | Orrofast
What is UPS? An Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) is a device that allows an Electronic Devices to keep running for at least a short period of time when incoming power is interrupted. As long as utility power is flowing, it also replaces and maintains the energy storage. (Uninterruptible Power Supply) A device that provides battery backup when the electrical power fails or drops to an ...
Monitoring Station at Lazina, Croatia
Geolux has recently installed an automatic hydrological monitoring station at a location in Croatia. The monitoring station is based on a compact Geolux HydroStation system. It consists of a radar ...
Duke Energy begins operation of its largest solar plant
250-MW plant now online in Navarro County, Texas Three companies purchased output under 15-year VPPAs Duke Energy Sustainable Solutions (DESS), a nonregulated commercial brand of Duke Energy (NYSE: DUK), is now operating its largest solar ...
Clarke Energy and East Coast Generators power up the Australian Open
Clean Power Alliance Launches Power Ready Program for Power Resiliency Across Southern California
Potomac Edison Completes First Battery Storage Project to Support EV Charging
SMUD and TEPCO Partnership Accelerates Transportation Electrification, Decarbonization
Equipment & Solutions
Main Power Sensor
AVTECH's Power Sensor provides real-time recognition of a power source going off or coming on at the outlet it is connected to. Common use is to combine the Power Sensor with a Room Alert environment monitor in order to monitor the power supply of a main, 3 phase, UPS or backup generator source. This will allow Room Alert to send instant notification in the event of a power loss or failure.