If push comes to shove, you lose in the perception game

If push comes to shove, you lose in the perception gameA malfunction in your hardware or software due to transient noise creates the perception for the customer they have chosen the wrong company.

There are three main types of effects that transients have on your electronic equipment:

Disruptive effects: The energy source for the transients can act on the data output lines that integrate an electronic installation. The electronic components then try to process the transient as a valid logic command. The result is system lock-up, malfunction, erroneous output, lost or corrupted files, and a variety of other undesirable effects

Dissipative effects: These effects are associated with repeated stresses to IC components. After long-term degradation of transient-created stresses, the device fails to operate properly.

Destructive effects: These include all conditions where transients with high levels of energy cause equipment to fail instantaneously. Very often, there is actual physical damage apparent, like burnt PC boards or melting of electronic components.  There is no such thing as a transient-free facility.  Many hardware & software providers don’t realize that the effects of transients are significantly impacting their company’s productivity and profitability.  The problems described above result in billion of dollars of lost profits to U.S. business every year. – National electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA).

Venus UPS - Battery backup with electronic power conditioner and automatic voltage regulationSmart Power Systems‘ patented technology protects against these effects by filtering and conditioning power to less than 0.5 volts which is totally harmless to electronics. Other devices will let through more than 300 volts which could cause damage to internal components as well as repeated disruptions which translates to downtime.

Give us a call today at 800-882-8285 and let us provide a complete solution to your power quality issues.