Grid Power

Grid Power supplies are available in many forms for indoor and outdoor applications.  Uninterruptible Power Supplies (UPS) include battery chargers and batteries to keep critical electronic equipment powered during power outages.

Power supply sizing must take several factors into consideration.  Equipment start load, running load, de-rating for temperature, run-time on batteries for UPS, etc.  Contact us for assistance in specifying your power supply systems.

Power Supplies

Grid tie power supplies convert electrical energy from the grid (110-240VAC) to other Alternating Current (AC) voltages or Direct Current (DC) voltages.  Depending on the requirements the power supply form can be one of many, either indoor or outdoor.


Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) system can be desktop, floor, wall or rack mounted depending on the equipment load and required run-time on batteries.  Many COTS UPS systems include an inverter to power AC electronic equipment, but in cases where the electronics are powered from low voltage DC, converting from storage DC energy in the battery to AC then back to DC is inefficient and costly.  Consult with Patronus Labs to optimize your total solution design from electronics equipment to the power system.

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Call us on 1-818-232-7726 and we'll be happy to answer any questions you have.

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