Featured Power Quality Products & Services
Commercial & Industrial Level. Provided as required by code and providing assurance that valuable equipment and facility processes are safe from damaging electrical power surges coming from internal disturbances, lightning, utility, or other nearby equipment.
Isolated Power Supply Systems
Adhering to NFPA 99, Isolated Power Systems are required to reduce the possibility of electrical shock for both patients and caregivers in wet areas of healthcare facilities.
Certain sensitive equipment requires precise voltage requirements and cannot operate outside a tight voltage window. PowerLogics can assist with sizing and providing voltage regulators, as well as additional means of power conditioning.
Providing your critical processes or critical equipment with continuous and seamless back-up power in the event utility power is lost, as well as, if applicable, bridging the gap while a generator ramps up.
Smart & Harmonic Mitigating Transformers
PowerLogics offers an array of power quality transformers from low impedance, high efficiency, smart transformers with built-in metering, to harmonic mitigating transformers.
The weakest link in any system is a battery due to an unpredictable failure. Battery monitoring systems monitor the health and life of the battery/batteries, thus predicting end of life prior to the complete loss of batteries, which could potentially occur at the worst time, when power has already been lost.
Generator Docking Stations
Providing facilities a safe, quick connection for a portable generator. With further design options including an integral transfer switch, kirk-key interlock capabilities with or without breaker schemes for safe transfer of power.
Electrical System Studies
Studies refers to any study performed on an electrical distribution system that helps to ensure the safety of plant/facility personnel, complying with the stringent requirements of NFPA 70E, IEEE, OSHA and NEC.
For data center and manufacturing facility environments, overhead busway allows for the flexibility to customize the power drops to server racks or the manufacturing floor, monitor power usage, and rearrange or modify it all at a later date if necessary.