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.
Get an online management tool that can monitor and control all your UPS systems from one location and integrate power management into your existing network.
Clary systems undergo rigorous testing to meet product performance standards in order for an end-user to have complete confidence.
This brief video explains how Clary UPS systems are immune to input fluctuations and deliver clean power to thousands of intersections nationwide.
In Burlington County, irregular power and outages caused traffic jams, accidents and maintenance burdens. Clary's power conditioning UPS systems have saved the county over $500,000, reduced service personnel hours for maintenance, and reduced police hours to direct traffic.
Burlington County, New Jersey is known for its very progressive use of technology to create the most effective operations of their County highway and transportation systems. Initially, the Public Works department determined a need for backup power at major critical intersections. Irregular power and outages was an ongoing problem that caused dangerous traffic jams, time delays, accidents and maintenance burdens at these intersections. A thorough analysis of available back-up power solutions led them to consider Clary's Real-Time, Online, Power Conditioning UPS Systems.
Clary demonstrated that its technology would totally eliminate all of their power problems. After the county successfully installed its first six systems, they began to evaluate a communications network system to connect all county intersections. Because Clary offered a solution with SNMP network capabilities, they have since installed over 200 Clary SP Series Systems with networking capability, and have developed a sophisticated and successful traffic equipment management system. They are well on their way to their goal of protecting and connecting over 400 intersections.
The Garden State Parkway, near the Newark Airport, experience numerous truck roll-over accidents on an exit ramp leaving the parkway. Clary built a solution that used power from a parkway light fixture to supply power to beacons 24/7.
The New Jersey Department of Transportation has been using Clary UPS systems for some years in both traffic and ITS applications around the state. On the Garden State Parkway, near the Newark Airport, there was a problem site of truck roll-over accidents on an exit ramp leaving the parkway. The ramp was sharply curved and required reduced speed to safely exit the parkway. The DOT needed to install LED based flashing beacons and signage to warn drivers exiting onto the ramp. The problem was there was no normal electrical service available. However there was a parkway light fixture nearby that only had power applied during dusk and night hours.
A plan was developed to install the beacons and signage, and supply power from a Clary UPS for 24/7 operation. The parkway overhead light fixture would be tapped with a step down transformer for power which would then charge the UPS batteries during the night so the UPS could continue to supply power to the beacons not only during the night hours, but also during daylight hours. This installation was accomplished and is still in service.
This is an excellent example of how a Clary UPS can be used for a critical safety application where special installation requirements were necessary.
We eliminated continual maintenance and saved the Colorado Department of Transportation over $250,000 annually
Message boards are deployed as part of Colorado’s ITS infrastructure along freeways. One message board failed frequently and repair was expensive. Located on a heavily traveled freeway, off-peak maintenance was the only time possible. A mile of cones, three trucks and five personnel on overtime were regularly required to service the message board at a cost of $5,500.00 per week.
Clary discovered that the message board was powered by power that also powered lighting along the freeway. When the lights turned on at dusk, voltage to the message board dropped to approximately 85Vac. When lights turned off in the morning, voltage would transition to 145Vac, damaging power supplies and causing the board to shut down.
Clary solved this problem by installing the SP 1250U. This model has an input voltage range of 75Vac to 155Vac while outputting 120Vac with very high tolerances. With the wide input voltage range, the Clary unit was able to tolerate the voltage variation caused by the lights cycling on and off while protecting the message board electronics at the same time. Since the installation of the Clary unit, the CDOT has not had to repair or reset the message board control system.