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A load bank is a device which develops an electrical load, applies the load to an electrical power source and converts or dissipates the resultant power output of the source.

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SEPCO – SOLAR ELECTRIC POWER COMPANY
The SolarViper solar LED lighting system utilizes a high intensity LED fixture combined with the efficiency of off-grid solar power systems for installation of various applications including streets, parking lots, walkways, and so much more. SEPCO provides a minimum autonomy to ensure reliability, and every system

Load Bank, ATS, and UPS Applications Provide Secure Power

Load Bank, ATS, and UPS Applications Provide Secure Power

Editor’s note: This article first appeared in the November/December 2015 edition of Business Energy.

Facilities depend on an uninterruptible power supply or power source (UPS) to provide nearly instant power to a load when the main power fails, or an automatic transfer switch (ATS) to switch the load between the utility power and a backup

Small But Powerful Portable Energy Sources

Small But Powerful Portable Energy Sources

In the theater, they have a saying, “There are no small parts, only small actors.” Never having performed in front of an audience myself, I can’t speak to the truth of this saying. However, in the power generation industry there really are small players: portable power sources. But they still

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ECOPOWER
The ecopower microCHP system produces heat while simultaneously creating electricity. Essentially it is an onsite power plant. While producing 13,000 to 47,000 BTUs per hour to heat water for space heating or domestic hot water, it also creates 1.2 to 4.4 kW of electricity. The electricity created is used onsite,

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DOOSAN PORTABLE POWER
As the world’s leading manufacturer of portable air compressors, Doosan Portable Power sets the standard for rugged reliability. The new utility mount P185WDOU continues that tradition with exceptional performance and serviceability. With a free-air delivery of 185 cfm and rated operating pressure of 100 psi, the utility mount

Engines and Gensets for Emergencies

Engines and Gensets for Emergencies

With a growing number of severe weather events, power outages are on the rise, notes Kyle Nelson, vertical marketing manager for Generac Power Systems.

Summertime arrives with its notorious slate of challenges, with the Atlantic hurricane season spanning June 1 to November 30, heat waves that tax air-conditioning systems, and the possibility of tornadoes.

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ESL POWER SYSTEMS INC.
ESL’s 3-Way Manual Transfer Switch (TripleSwitch) provides a quick, safe method to lower load bank testing costs for a permanent generator/ATS system and incorporates an integrated quick connect solution for redundant (portable generator) power during permanent generator maintenance or during a power outage. This unique ESL design provides “no

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YASKAWA AMERICA INC.
The HVAC Matrix drive (Z1000U) provides extremely low harmonic distortion in a space-saving design, along with the same HVAC-specific features as the standard Z1000. This single-component solution achieves excellent low distortion levels all by itself, completely without the need for additional countermeasures such as passive filters or multi-pulse

Secure Power

Secure Power

Facilities depend on an uninterruptible power supply or power source (UPS) to provide nearly instant power to a load when the main power fails, or an automatic transfer switch (ATS) to switch the load between the utility power and a backup generator when it senses a power outage. A load bank mimics a real

Backup Generators for Water and Wastewater Utilities

Backup Generators for Water and Wastewater Utilities

Editor’s note: This article first appeared in the June 2015 edition of Water Efficiency.

Standalone Generators
One company providing backup generators for water and wastewater utilities is Kohler Power Systems. “We offer a full line of gas and diesel generators as emergency gensets,” says James Kukla, senior channel manager. “If natural gas is

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