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Power Factor

Posted on : March 17, 2020

In all out projects the issue of Power Factor comes up. You will see that it is always in our specifications and different ranges have different power factors. When asked why, it isn't something as obvious...

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Corona Virus – Update 17th March 2020

Posted on : March 17, 2020

Yesterday saw a further announcement from the Government (click here) further escalating advice to individuals and businesses. They are now advising for people to work from home and to increasingly socially distance themselves and to work...

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Covid-19 Updated Response – 12th March 2020

Posted on : March 12, 2020

The unfolding situation with Covid-19 continues to move. As the saying goes, plan for the worst and hope for the best. With immediate effect we are taking the following measures: - There will be no staff...

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Corona Virus – Power Systems International Limited’s Response

Posted on : March 4, 2020

Following extensive coverage in the media, and the publication of the Government's advice and planning in the event of a widespread outbreak in Europe of the Coronavirus known as Covid-19. At this stage we perceive the...

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Case Study: Shore to ship marine frequency converters

Posted on : February 11, 2020

Power Systems International were asked to provide a frequency and voltage conversion for yachts moored at a new holiday resort in the Philippines. Due to concerns about energy conservation and the drive towards reducing carbon footprint,...

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Case Study: Cranfield University replacement frequency converters and rectifiers

Posted on : February 11, 2020

Our client, the Facility for Airborne Atmospheric Measurements (FAAM), is a renowned research facility within Cranfield University, dedicated to the progress of atmospheric science. FAAM is an airborne laboratory managed by scientists, engineers, flight technicians and...

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