Su-Kam introduces Brainy Eco, an intelligent solar home UPS

January 22, 2016 2:12 am0 commentsViews: 323

su-kamSu-Kam Power Systems Ltd has launched its new product – Brainy Eco, an intelligent solar home UPS. The first of its kind, Brainy Eco runs the load and simultaneously charges the battery using solar power. Designed to give priority to solar power, Brainy Eco uses grid/ DG power only when solar power/battery charge is insufficient to meet the load requirements. Brainy Eco is equipped with intelligent features such as ATC technology, variable battery charging option, automatic bypass feature, powerful charging even during low voltage, DT-6Stage technology, MCB protection and is extremely cost efficient as it generates electricity from the sun thereby reducing power bills.
Automatic temperature compensation (ATC) technology involves a hi- tech sensor which senses the outside ambient temperature and accordingly adjusts the charging of batteries. The sensor automatically controls over-charging and under-charging, increasing the battery life by at least 6 months and provides excellent battery back-up.
Its unique intelligent charging sharing feature means  that if 10 amps is coming from solar panels and your battery needs 15 amps, it will take another 5 amps from grid. On the other hand, if solar panels are making full 15 amps, it will not take anything from the grid. At the launch, Kunwer Sachdev, MD, Su-Kam said, “The product will help consumers save a lot on electricity bills. Su-Kam has always been at the forefront in terms of innovation and delivering state-of-the-art products. We look forward to continue with the same practice in future as well.”
Su-Kam is one of the top players in the residential solar market with 20.6% market share and a pan India presence. A continuing focus on quality and strict adherence to international standards has enabled Su-Kam to export its products to various overseas markets across Asia, Africa, the Middle East and the Pacific region. It is the only power back-up company to be recognised for its R&D by the Department of Science and Technology, New Delhi.
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