This short and informative webinar aims to provide attendees with an insight into low voltage (LV) optimisation, focusing on the benefits of variable, or ‘ electronic-dynamic’, voltage optimisation as a solution to reduce energy consumption levels and provides a constant output, even to unstable profiles.
Aimed at highlighting site profiles that could benefit from the implementation of variable voltage optimisation systems in addition to providing real life applications, delegates can expect an informative and engaging session hosted by an industry expert.
Variable voltage optimisation systems can condition and stabilise the incoming power supply, reducing the voltage to a level that closely matches the requirements of the on-site electrical equipment and maintains it, despite fluctuations in the incoming voltage profile.
Powerstar’s ‘electronic-dynamic’ voltage optimisation solution, Powerstar MAX, has been implemented in a wide variety of businesses across a multitude of sectors, and its patented design means further savings are achieved through induced negative power (back EMF).
Join us on Tuesday 22 August to learn about the CO2 reductions, energy, and cost saving benefits variable voltage optimisation can provide for your business.
TBA July 2017.
Delegates in attendance can also request a copy of the recording and presentation slides
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