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APS Product Training

Dubai15th July 2009

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• Applications• Features• Advantages• APS Models• Renewable / Solar energy• Target customers• Competitors• Suggestions / Challenges

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Alternate Power Supplies – Applications

ATM Machines

Home appliances

Solar Solutions

Long backup




Security systems


Fax Machines

Telephone system

Much more….

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APS - Features• When Electricity becomes unavailable APS

automatically Senses the loss of power and switches to battery power , Higher backup can be obtained from connecting High Amp - Hr batteries Back Up time is virtually unlimited , dependent only up on the no of external batteries.

• High rate of charging current, Enables the Faster recharge, than other inverters , for increased availability. The Charging Current can also be adjusted for the make use of different Ah Batteries

• Easy Installation

• Safe operation , Easy Maintenance ,easy to manage.

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APS - Advantages

• Converts DC power to AC mains power easily

• Easy power source to car, caravan, boat, home appliances

• Compact, light-weight and incorporates very special safety features

• Better transfer time• Better efficiency

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APS Models

Inverter / Charger Inverter only






APSX3024SW(Sine Wave)(24V)


APSINT6048VR(Sine Wave)(48V)

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Renewable / Solar Energy

Renewable energy – sunlight, wind, rain tides and geothermal heat

Energy for Residential & Commercial applications Wind power at 30% growth rate annually Heat or Thermal (Hot water & Pool heating) energy Solar energy convert by Photovoltaic or PV (sometimes

called as solar electric) Energy efficiency and energy conservation Grid – interconnected or Grid – tied are most popular Off-grid or stand alone PV systems Kenya has the world’s highest household solar ownership

rate with roughly 30000 small ( 20-100 watt) solar power systems sold per year

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Solar Power on BTS

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Target Customers

• Banks / ATM’s

• Solar energy partners

• Off-grid applications

• Home users

• Remote Telecom sites

• Hotels & Lodges

• Mobile applications

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Competitors• Xantrex

• Outback

• Sukam

• Sollatek

• SMA (Off-grid Inverters)

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Competitors Contd..

Xantrex from Canada 3 models of sine wave inverters ranging 3KW(24V), 3KW(48V) &

4.5KW(48V) Fully programmable inverters on sine wave models Modified sine wave ranging 1.5KW(12V), 1.5KW(24V), 1.5KW(48V)

& 2.4KW(24V)

Outback from USA THDi capability Typical - 2% and Maximum - 5% Efficiency between 90% to 93% Models only on 2KVA & 3KVA with 12V, 24V & 48V DC

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Competitors contd..

Su-Kam from India

Range from 2.5KVA to 100kva 3-Phase pure sine wave from 5KVA to 100KVA 1-Phase pure sine wave from 3KVA to 10KVA Telecom pure sine wave from 5KVA to 20KVA Lift DSP pure sine wave from 5KVA to 20KVA Fuel Cell Single phase in / out on 5KVA(48V) Digital inverter on 650VA to 850VA High frequency inverter from 800VA to 2.5KVA

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Better Feature Suggestions

• To be incorporated > LCD ( Site Monitoring ) > SNMP webcard ( Remote


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Better Feature Suggestions – Remote Monitoring

Input Parameters ( Volt/Freq/Current)Output Parameters ( Volt/Freq/Current)Battery Parameters ( Volt/Ah)Battery Charging/Discharging Level Load Parameters ( KW/KVA )Charging Current/VoltageEvents on Input/Battery/Load/Temperature

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When The Sun Comes Up!

In Africa Every Morning A Gazelle AwakensKnowing That It Must Outrun

The Fastest Lion If It Wants To Stay Alive.

Every Morning A Lion Wakes Up KnowingThat It Must Run Faster Than The

Slowest Gazelle Or It Will Starve To Death.

It Makes No Difference Whether You Are A Lion Or A Gazelle:

When The Sun Comes Up You Had Better Be Running