Researching about UPS and running into a bunch of technical jargon that feels confusing? UPS terms can be complex, technical, and sometimes do not have much of an impact on the quality of the UPS. KVA Vs. KW What’s really important for the typical UPS user is to know that when comparing capacity of different […]
Here are more pictures from Actolog’s workshop for Power Engineers; For enquiries about products and services send us a mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
With its widest input frequency range (40 – 70 Hz) and true double version, digital signal processors technology, wide input voltage range (110 -300V) amongst several amazing features, the PowerPack SE Series 6 – 10kVA is unarguably the most rugged UPS. This was a major discovery at the workshop/training for Power Engineers. During the interactive session, […]
The common components of a UPS include; The Main Board; The Central board is the main heart of the UPS. Like the brain, it controls the whole signals. The Rectifier; The rectifier converts D.C to A.C. The rectifier has two main functions. One is to charge the batteries (like an alternator in a car) so your […]
The much anticipated workshop has kicked off today. The workshop is aimed at discussing relevant skills, new discoveries and standards of operations in UPS, STABILIZERS and INVERTERS. Major topics covered so far by the facilitator includes; Common Components of UPS and their features, 5 questions to ask before selecting a power protection for critical system, […]
Actolog presents 2 days Training for UPS repair (Industrial UPS, Inverters and stabilizers) for Power Engineers The workshop is free but registration ia compulsory. To register, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call +2341327334.
John Akadu, CEO of Actolog Limited in Nigeria visited business partners Malkelsan UPS on Monday 21st of January. The trip was geared towards business expansion strategies with the top management of the company and to discuss design and implementation challenges with the Research and Development department as well as see their new innovations that could […]
In recent years, elevator manufacturers have replaced the conventional elevator motors with Regenerative drives. The modern regenerative drives are designed to conserve much needed energy. This modern solution conserves energy by ‘harvesting’ excess energy from the elevator during its descent and feeding this excess energy back to the grid.