The Powerstar MAX system is an electronic-dynamic system, which means it can reduce voltage by a variable amount allowing it to optimise the ebbs and flow of an unstable incoming voltage.
WHAT’S DIFFERENCE BETWEEN VARIABLE AND FIXED VOLTAGE OPTIMISATION?
Variable voltage optimisation systems – such as Powerstar MAX, maintain the voltage at a constant and consistent level.
This means that if a site suffers from an unstable supply where it regularly experiences ebbs of voltage that the system can adjust to this, keeping it within an optimal boundary and therefore offer additional energy and money savings.
An example of this can be seen through the illustration on the graph.
- The red line shows a sites unstable voltage which dips and rises – this can be a variation of as much as 30V per day.
- The blue line shows a fixed voltage reduction which copies the incoming supply but at a fixed reduction rate.
- The green line shows the variable optimisation where it senses the upcoming dips and rises and adjusts to account for them, ensuring a much smaller level of variance, a more stable supply and ultimately better savings.
LITE VS MAX Comparison table
ADVANTAGES OF POWERSTAR MAX
Please see our dimensions table for typical case sizes for the Powerstar voltage optimisation systems.