Our systems are proven to perform in some of the world's harshest environments, including temperatures from -40°C to +74°C. You can count on Clary for outdoor applications in locations from the hottest desert to the coldest tundra.
Clary systems deliver a digitally controlled and precise regenerated output sinewave, and provide reliable power during events such as brownouts, dirty unstable power and loss of input power.
Clary UPS systems are engineered to eliminate distortion and harmonic currents and efficiently deliver reliable power even when placed under heavy loads.
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Clary systems undergo rigorous testing to meet product performance standards in order for an end-user to have complete confidence.
ETSI provides a radio and visual navigation system for landing and take-off of passenger and freight aircraft in Antarctica. Clary's proven solution is the answer to keep the system running.
ETSI designed a mobile sled which includes a radio tower and rotating beacon. This sled is towed to the runway to mark the approach path for landing aircraft. The system is powered by a stationary generator that operates when planes land or takeoff. A very long electric cable is used for connection when the sled is deployed to the runway. Because of cable length, significant voltage loss is experienced. A highly reliable low-temperature-capable UPS system was needed on the sled in order to maintain the safety margins necessary to deliver stable power.
Clary recommended its SP 1250PD-R product because of its proven performance in cold to frigid environments. This “off the shelf” product provided the customer with an economical and reliable solution. With a wide input voltage window of 85 to 130Vac, the SP 1250PD-R was able to take the reduced voltage due to the line loss and produce continuous 120Vac. Should the generator fail, the Clary unit’s batteries provide the system with four to six hours of additional run-time.