Welcome To Bates & Associates


Bates & Associates is the exclusive representative for Eaton Powerware
in Massachusetts and Rhode Island.

POWERWARE'S UNIQUE FEATURES INCLUDE:

Performance - The Powerware UPSs delivers the industry's best combination of efficiency, input THD, and power factor. The new input circuit design keeps input current THD low and input power factor near unity without compromising efficiency. On the output side, the ultra high speed PWM inverter provides its full rated power to the load whether the load power factor is 0.9 lagging, unity, or 0.9 leading. Powerware UPSs operates at high efficiency of up to 94% which reduces utility cost and extends battery runtimes

Scalable – Powerware UPSs use patented Hot Sync™ technology so units can easily be paralleled for capacity and redundancy to meet present and future power requirements. Hot Sync™ advanced control technology allows wireless module synchronization and load sharing equally to within +/- 5 percent.

Double Conversion Design – Unlike some commercially available UPS technologies, the Powerware products are double conversion to completely isolates output power from input power anomalies and delivers 100-percent conditioned, perfect sine-wave output – regulates both voltage and frequency.

Optimized Battery Performance – Powerware’s patented Advanced Battery Management™ technology uses a unique three stage charging technique that significantly extends battery service life and optimizes recharge time, compared to traditional trickle charging. An integrated battery management system tests and monitors battery health and remaining lifetime, and provides advance notification to guide preventive maintenance.

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POWERWARE ALSO OFFERS REDUNDANT AND PARALLEL SYSTEMS


Powerware Hot Sync™ Redundant Capability – is a paralleling system that reduces the risks of traditional multi-module systems by eliminating connections that can fail and shut down a critical load. Each UPS module operates independently of other modules to synchronize and support the load. This unique approach to paralleling provides redundancy and capacity capability with system availability of 99.99 percent or greater.

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