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UST offers a full range of industrial-grade automatic voltage regulators that intelligently optimize power, protect critical equipment from dangerous sags and surges and bridge brownouts without batteries or diesel backup.
Breakthrough automatic voltage regulation and power-conditioning products.
Sure-Volt™ Power Conditioner / Voltage Regulator
Sag Fighter™ Voltage Restorer / Deep Voltage Sag Corrector
Mini-EVR™ Power Conditioner / Voltage Regulator
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Recent White Papers & Webinars
Voltage Optimization: Beyond the Hype. What’s the Real ROI of Voltage Optimization for Industrial and Commercial Enterprises?
Without resorting to exaggerated marketing claims, this white paper suggests that demand-side voltage optimization via the latest generation of lower cost automatic voltage regulators may now offer a solid return on investment for many industrial and commercial enterprises.
The Weakness at the Heart of Data Center Power-Backup Systems: The Economic Case for Adding Electronic Voltage Regulation to the Standard UPS System Configuration.
The legacy design of UPS power-backup systems cost the average data center more than $130,000 in unnecessary utility charges annually. This white paper examines the risks of the legacy configuration and recommends consideration of an alternate system design that includes a modern electronic voltage regulator (EVR) as a standard component.
Are Data Centers Trusting Their UPS Systems Too Much?
Data centers deploy large and expensive battery-based uninterruptible power supply (UPS) systems to ensure continuous service to a demanding customer base. But data centers that rely on their UPS systems to condition power are potentially exposing facilities to a significantly increased risk of costly downtime. In this webinar, UST makes the case for the inclusion of electronic voltage regulators (EVRs) as part of a standard power-backup system design.
Quiet Generators, Happy Guests: The Economic Case for Adding Electronic Voltage Regulation to Backup Power Systems at Hotels, Resorts and Casinos.
Resort developers are increasingly building in places where power quality remains a significant challenge. Until very recently, in order to ensure that essential services could be maintained, engineers had to design backup power systems that would start the moment a power anomaly occurred. However, within the last decade an extremely reliable and low maintenance technology, automatic voltage regulators, also known as electronic voltage regulators (EVRs), have proven very effective at compensating for variations in incoming voltage.
The development of the automatic voltage regulator, or EVR, changes the formula for backup power system design.