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Power Conditioning Solution

Power Conditioning Solution

CtrlTech – Best Power Conditioning Company in UAE

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Ctrltech offers a range of power conditioning, backup, distribution, and protection equipments that are necessary between the power grid and your computer chip to assure a constant, clean, and safe power supply for your mission-critical applications.

Any business's productivity is entirely dependent on the reliability of its power supply. We offer a diverse range of items to accomplish the following:

Continuity of Electricity Supply

This is a critical need for application uptime. Ctrltech offers power backup equipment such as an Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS), an inverter, and a standby generator to assure power continuity. These devices provide uninterrupted backup power in the event of a utility power outage. We offer a comprehensive line of on-line UPS systems ranging in capacity from 1kVA to 4800kVA. We offer UPS with three phase and single phase input/output to fulfil the requirements of a variety of loads. To provide maximum reliability, UPS units can be connected in parallel redundancy mode up to six times. The majority of our UPS models have a low input THDi, ensuring a clean source. Generally, inverters are utilised in the SOHO and small business segments to provide backup power for home appliances and lighting. We offer inverters ranging from 600VA to 10kVA with optional battery backup. In the event of a utility power breakdown, standby generators can serve as the primary source of power for all types of loads. We offer backup generators ranging in size from 500kVA to 2000kVA.

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Power Conditioning

Utility electricity supplied by the grid may contain impurities such as excessive or insufficient voltage/current, sag, or swell impulse. Such contaminants in the power supply could result in hardware damage or, in the worst-case scenario, the complete breakdown of the power distribution system. Power conditioning is the process of purifying the power supply. We offer a variety of power conditioning products, including voltage stabilisers and filters. We offer voltage stabilisers ranging in capacity from 2kVA to 900kVA. Our voltage stabiliser maintains a constant output voltage over a wide input voltage range.

Distribution and Protection of Electricity

A well-designed power distribution system is always beneficial in ensuring a continuous and secure power supply. Within a small facility, an efficient distribution network consists of a variety of protection and distribution devices. We provide Automatic Transfer Switches (ATS), Isolation Transformers, Transient Voltage Surge Suppressors (TVSS), Power Distribution Units (PDU), isolators, and MCBs, among other products. ATS is used to automatically switch from one power source to another in the event of a power outage on the default power source.


Are you want to safeguard your expensive and delicate electronics? While surge protection is critical, power conditioners also protect components in entertainment and sound systems, as well as home office gadgets.

The benefits of power conditioning include the following:

Equipment protection:

Protection against voltage surges that occur through electrical lines, phone lines, coax TV inputs, and LAN connections and can result in system degradation or failure.

Noise abatement

Noise generated by radio and television stations, mobile devices, motors, and even high-current appliances (vacuum cleaners, freezers) can be removed from electrical connections.

Correction of voltage and waveform aberrations due to fluctuation.

Power conditioners come in a variety of functions and sizes, typically based on their intended usage. While some power conditioners provide just little voltage management, others safeguard against six or more power quality issues. Units can be as little as a printed circuit board or as huge as a whole plant.

Small power conditioners are measured in volt-amperes (VA), whereas larger devices are measured in kilovolt-amperes (kVA).

In an ideal world, electric power would be provided as a sine wave with an impedance of zero ohms at all frequencies, with the amplitude and frequency specified by national regulations (in the case of mains) or system specifications (in the case of a power supply not directly connected to the mains).

No real-world energy source will ever come close to this goal. Exceptions may include the following:

  1. Varying the peak or RMS voltage is critical for several types of equipment.
  2. A "swell" occurs when the RMS voltage surpasses the nominal voltage by 10% to 80% for 0.5 cycle to 1 minute.
  3. A "dip" (in British English) or a "sag" (in American English - the two phrases are interchangeable) is the inverse situation: the RMS voltage is between 10% and 90% of the normal voltage for 0.5 cycle to 1 minute.
  4. Flickering in lighting equipment can be caused by random or repetitive fluctuations in the RMS voltage between 90 and 110 percent of nominal. For many years, a clear definition of such voltage fluctuations that cause flicker has been a source of contention in more than one scholarly community.
  5. Spikes, impulses, or surges are abrupt, extremely brief voltage rises that are typically induced by huge inductive loads being shut off or, more severely, by lightning.
  6. When the nominal voltage falls below 90% for more than one minute, this is referred to as "undervoltage." The term "brownout" does not have a precise definition in general usage, but is frequently used to refer to a utility or system operator lowering system voltage in order to reduce demand or boost system operating margins.
  7. When the nominal voltage exceeds 110 percent for more than one minute, this is referred to as "overvoltage."
  8. Frequency variations
  9. Variations in the form of the wave – commonly referred to as harmonics
  10. Impedance at low frequencies that is not zero (when a load draws more power, the voltage drops)
  11. Impedance at high frequencies that is not zero (when a load demands a large amount of current, then stops demanding it suddenly, there will be a dip or spike in the voltage due to the inductances in the power supply line)

Surge protectors provide excellent protection against potentially dangerous voltage surges. However, certain sensitive electrical gadgets might be harmed by more than surges and spikes. Radio frequency interference (RFI), electro-magnetic interference (EMI), and voltage fluctuations can also have an effect on music, entertainment, and business devices, resulting in a loss of sound and image quality.