Technology Highlights 2017-04-12T15:35:23+00:00

Technology Highlights

FeatureDescriptionConsumer Benefit
Electromagnetic Solid State Reactor CoreEvenly distributes load, captures wasted energy, and regenerates lost energy to usable powerReduces power consumption and provides a reduction of kWh and kW in excess of 11%.
Lightning Protection and Surge SuppressionProvides whole building lightning protection and surge suppressionNo need to purchase lighting protection or surge suppression devices for the building or individual equipment
Eliminates Harmonic DistortionPatented active filtration technologyReduces equipment maintenance and extends equipment life. No need to purchase harmonic filters for individual equipment.
Eliminates Sags and SwellsEnergy management techniques balances the voltage supplied to equipment
Reduces impact on sensitive electronic control equipment eliminating waste for downtime
Phase BalancingDistributes load across each phase evenlyContributes to kWh savings and reduces infrastructure costs
Power Factor CorrectionPower management techniquesReduces Demand Charges levied by utility company.

What the BPU™ energy management system does

Harmonic-Reduction

Harmonic Reduction

Adjusting the spectral content of site voltage and current waveforms that are comprised of frequencies other than the fundamental 60 Hz.

Surge-Suppression

Surge Suppression

Reducing the effects of suddenly present high voltage disturbances like lightning that appear to be mixed in with the supply voltage or current.

Sags-Mitigation

Sags Mitigation

Compensating for changes in supply voltage that appear as reductions in the peak value of the supply voltage at various times and conditions.

Swells-Mitigation

Swells Mitigation

Compensating for changes in supply voltage that appear as expansions in the peak value of the supply voltage at various times and conditions.

In-Rush-Current-Limiting

In-Rush Current Limiting

Compensating for changes in site voltage and current magnitudes that appear as sharp rises in peak current value when large loads switch on.

Phase-Balancing

Phase Balancing

Compensating for asymmetrical differences in power magnitudes that appear as differing site current draw values on individual supply phases.

Phase-Balancing

Phase Angle Alignment

Compensation for changes in site voltage and current relationship that appear as angular offsets between voltage and current at various times.