Caterpillar Cat hybrid power systems

Thursday, 18 July, 2013 | Supplied by: Energy Power Systems Australia

Caterpillar’s hybrid power systems for telecommunications applications are designed to reduce operating costs.

Features include: factory-built and factory-tested system; remote monitoring, control and alarms; multiple, small components operating in parallel to enhance reliability (PV charge controllers, rectifiers, solar panels); removal and replacement of major components without power interruption; vandal-resistant enclosures; AC convenience outlet for powering technician laptop computer; and auxiliary power outputs for utilisation of excess electricity produced by solar and wind.

These solutions incorporate components such as: solar photovoltaics (PV); wind turbines; robust long-life batteries; diesel or gas generator sets. These solutions are said to reduce fuel consumption and are suitable for applications in remote areas and can be customised to exact specifications.

Phone: 03 8562 4100
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