- +Q: What industries does PI typically work with? Can you provide some examples?
- A: Power Innovations’ clients are located wherever power is most critical and often the most challenging. For the last 24 years, we’ve been working with almost every business sector, including oil and gas, transportation, entertainment, military, public safety, homeland security, medical, and renewables.
- +Q: Is Power Innovations certified for certain zones?
- A: Yes. Power Innovations has customers across the world – in some of the most challenging environments like deserts and oil rigs. Most of our projects are for Critical, Rugged, and Custom needs and applications. Lives and high costs are at stake if things go wrong. In addition to being certified and validated for normal commercial use, Power Innovations’ products and services meet the highest standards for the datacenter, as well as the battlefield.
- +Q: Can you provide products and services outside of the US?
Yes. Power Innovations’ solutions are installed, used, and serviced worldwide.
- +Q: What's the difference between Power Innovations' QLS + UPQ vs. a traditional UPS?
- A: Q-LS is the name of a Power Innovations’ flagship product series. LS stands for Large Scale. The product incorporates UPQ technology, the highest level of power quality & reliability, and is very modular and versatile. The power range starts at 10kVA and goes up to 1.6MVA.
UPQ stands for Uninterruptible Power Quality. In 1997, Power Innovations was established to develop a higher standard of power quality and protection for applications that demand and depend on the highest level of power quality, regardless of power or environmental conditions. UPQ technology incorporated 5 stages of isolation, filtering and conditioning vs. two levels of traditional online UPS systems.
UPS is an industry acronym for Uninterruptible Power Supply. Over the years it has become a term for backup power supplies regardless of topology or quality for marketing purposed. However, there are normally three different categories for UPS systems, starting from least quality and function to the most. They are Standby, Line-interactive, and Online.