Intelligent Power Solution for the Future Product power ranges from 0.5kVA to 500 kVA. The solutions covers cover various industries including finance, transportation, nuclear power, government, medical, education, renewable energy, data center etc.

Often called Uninterruptible Power Supply this battery backup systems that can be used for a wide variety of applications, these transformer less IGBT based systems are designed for optimized performance and greater efficiency.  Most of the system is designed around 3-level inverter technology and built in reliability by redundant design from components to the whole UPS. The system can easily be expanded with high power density, and provides reliable, stable and pure green power for loads.

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  • Standby UPS system might also be called an offline or line-preferred UPS. It normally has an inverter, battery, static switch, low-pass filter and surge suppressor. The system remains on standby unless there’s a primary power failure.
  • Line-interactive UPS system contains a battery and inverter that are always connected to the output, and if power fails, a switch changes the electrical flow. The continuous connection provides superior filtering.
  • Double conversion UPS system has a backup battery that is charged by the input AC and powers the output inverter for a seamless switch.
  • Triple Inverter based self redundant UPS system for critical applications.


Continuity: Experience no outages to critical equipment like computers to factory production lines.

Consistency: Electronics within a UPS tells it when it needs to work and kicks in alternate power as needed, which eliminates glitches or surges and allows time to safely shut down main systems if and when needed.

Protection: Safeguards against all the oddities of electricity such as surges, spikes, dips and failure because the UPS essentially senses those things and switches to alternate power before the anomalies cause damage.

Filter: A line-interactive UPS acts as a kind of filter by refining the power as it comes into the UPS then adjusting its output so that internal systems receive a clean, consistent supply free of abnormalities.