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Today’s industrial processes have become incredibly complex due to automation, computerization, greater equipment repeatability and reproducibility, and detailed quality control metrics. Many industrial facilities and manufacturing plants use variable frequency drives, electric motors, and other types of production components which contribute to a harsh electrical environment … in other words, “bad power.”

Such an electrical environment presents unique challenges when providing “clean, regulated power” to critical loads, in addition to providing battery backup. Often, the high-powered industrial equipment will interfere with vulnerable electronic controls (e.g. SCADA, DCS, and ICS, which all interface with PLCs, RTUs, sensors, and telemetry). Protecting these controls and their applications (e.g., wastewater treatment, automated manufacturing, food processing, parts fabrication/machining, etc.) requires electrical power solutions that deliver isolated, regulated, transient-, and noise-free sine wave power.

We have a number of products and technologies that offer these solutions!

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For information about battery backup systems for emergency lighting in industrial facilities, please read about how we serve the Emergency Lighting market.

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