We design and manufacture solutions for the world's most demanding applications — solutions that are engineered to stand and deliver when others fail.
Clary all-digital UPS systems are engineered to perform in critical environments where others fail, and are known worldwide for their extreme temperature capability and rugged design. Built to supply reliable continuous digital power during brownouts, dirty unstable electrical power and loss of input power, Clary UPS will run continuously from batteries or auxiliary generator systems as long as a power energy source is available.
We are the experts at engineering UPS systems for the most demanding environments, and own all the technology we put into our UPS systems. Nothing comes from external sources. That’s why we can engineer an innovative and custom solution that will meet your specific application requirements.
Clary specializes exclusively in true On-Line Double Conversion technology, which provides ultimate protection from all power anomalies. Our systems deliver a digitally controlled, precision regenerated output sine wave, unlike common standby or line interactive designs. This insures that mission-critical applications will keep running reliably.
We remain focused on one thing – building the best solutions to keep the most sensitive equipment running reliably. That extends to developing technology that improves efficiency and productivity such as software and hardware that enables users to monitor and control every UPS system - even in remote areas from a centralized location.
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.
Clary and NOVA are on the front line of delivering perfect power on land or sea
Large power supply manufacturers specialize in producing commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) uninterruptible power supplies (UPS). These COTS products are designed for use in indoor, air-conditioned spaces and operate from clean power provided by the same local electric-utility provider that power our homes and businesses. While these products are inexpensive and perform well in commercial and residential applications, they were not designed nor manufactured for the harsh environments and strict operational requirements of military applications.
We are battlefield tested, meeting the requirements for the most demanding applications with high-quality, rugged products that surpass strict military standards and are made specifically for these harsh operating environments. For an in-depth guide to choosing the right UPS technology, download the white paper: Power Protection Selection for Military Applications.
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.