Automatic transfer switches (ATS) play a vital role in ensuring uninterrupted power supply during electrical grid failures. Designed to sense power disruptions, ATS seamlessly transfers electrical loads from the main power source to an alternate source, such as a backup generator or battery system. This swift and automatic transfer minimizes downtime, protects sensitive equipment, and maintains crucial operations.
ATS are available in various configurations, including open transition, closed transition, and delayed transition, allowing flexibility based on specific needs. They are widely used in commercial buildings, hospitals, data centers, and other critical infrastructure where even a brief power interruption can have severe consequences.
When choosing an ATS, consider factors such as load capacity, switching speed, and monitoring capabilities. High-quality ATS models offer advanced features like remote monitoring and control, load shedding, and integration with building management systems. Regular maintenance and testing are essential to ensure proper operation and reliability.
Investing in a reliable ATS system is an intelligent choice for organizations prioritizing uninterrupted power supply and safeguarding their operations against power outages. Consult with experts in the field to determine the most suitable ATS solution for your specific requirements.
- 100% Automatic system – Turns on generator when power goes out, Turns off generator when power is restored
- 2-wire dry contact autostart output (Generator must have autostart enabled controller)
- Built in Exerciser Timer included – 7, 14 or 28 day, On-load or Off-Load
- Open Tranisition
- Constant normal & emergency source monitoring
- Outputs for Automatic Load Shed & Remote Alarming
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>High voltage can harm or cause death. This switch should only be installed or serviced by a trained technician