Powerstar voltage optimisation systems are available in three variations, providing a voltage management solutions portfolio that ensures the correct engineering solution is adopted for each site to maximise savings and efficiency.
True voltage optimisation solutions such as Powerstar should not be confused with simple voltage management devices. These technologies, although providing an alternative to reduce voltage levels, do not provide the full savings and associated benefits a true voltage optimisation system will.
The solutions in the unique, award winning, Powerstar range are sumarised below, if you wish to check the validity of Powerstar for your site through a free of charge consultation, please request a site evaluation through our online contact form:
Summary: Amorphous core HV/LV transformer with integrated Powerstar MAX voltage optimisation.
Benefits: Average electricity consumption savings of 17%.
For use in: Sites operating a (HV) supply with conventional transformer and high voltage.
Summary: Electronic-Dynamic optimisation. Maintains voltage at a constant, stable level.
Benefits: Average electricity consumption savings of 12%-15%.
For use in: Sites operating a (LV) supply with a high and fluctuating voltage profile.
The Powerstar Virtue energy storage system can be integrated with any new or existing Powerstar MAX or Powerstar HV MAX installation. The solution harnesses the negative power (back EMF) feedback from Powerstar voltage optimisation technology to charge a storage medium. The electricity saved and stored from Powerstar to be diverted into a storage medium to be used at any time, including times of peak demand.
One of the UK’s leading energy storage and voltage optimisation brands, Powerstar, is likely to save mac Birmingham up to 9% on its annual electricity consumption. The successful installation of a Powerstar voltage optimisation solution is part of ‘Sustainable mac’, a strategy which aims to reduce the venue’s environmental impact. Previous environmentally friendly measures undertaken