Products: UPS and Generators

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Generac Power Systems

The 500 kilowatt (kW) natural gas genset is powered by a 25.8 liter, 12-cylinder, turbocharged, aftercooled engine that features a prime power rating of 450 kW. The generator is designed for standby power applications, such as office buildings and mission-critical data centers, and it is designed for operation as one engine generator or a set.


The 9PX uninterruptible power supply is available in 2-3 kilovolt-ampere units and provides automation options designed to help technicians remotely manage and protect critical infrastructures. A communication card helps monitor and control power use in real time and allows technicians to reboot protected devices.

Kohler Power Systems

The natural gas generators are designed for standby, prime and continuous-power applications. The large gas gensets are available in nodes of 425-1,300 kilowatt capability, meet U.S. Environmental Protection Agency operational requirements, and offer advanced control and monitoring capabilities. The generators also operate on a variety of non-pipeline gases.

Mitsubishi Electric

AEGIS is a three-phase, on-line double-conversion system that features insulated gate bipolar transistor technology. The series is available in 80, 100, 150, 160 and 225 kilovolt-ampere capabilities and is UL 924 listed. The largest unit features a width of less than 3 feet and is lightweight.

Emerson Network Power

The Liebert eXM uninterruptible power supply (UPS) addresses critical applications with 480 volt (V) requirements. The 480 V AC models are available with 50-250 kilovolt-ampere capability. The units include flexible, optimized cabinets that feature options for extended battery, maintenance bypass, distribution, transformers, and paralleling.


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