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Blackouts happen without warning and for any number of reasons. Electrical Systems Inc. knows how important it is to your business, and your bottom line, to stay up and running. Unexpected power loss can result in injuries, serious business disruptions and loss of data. We specialize in backup generator systems that will provide constant power incase of a power outage, years of reliable service and peace of mind.


Electrical Systems Inc. will design and install automatic standby generators for home, commercial and industrial use, so you‘ll be prepared next time you experience a power failure. Standby generators come in a variety of sizes and models. These generators are fully automatic and permanently installed outside your home or building, much like your air conditioning unit. They are wired to your home or building’s electrical panel and usually use fuel from your home or building’s gas provider. The generator’s transfer switch detects power outages and in turn starts the generator. When utility power is restored, the generator automatically shuts off.

A generator can be sized with the capability of supplying an entire home or building, or a smaller generator can be purchased to supply only a portion of a home or building’s electrical load.  In order to adhere to local, state and national codes, as well as for safety reasons, only a qualified professional, such as a licensed electrical contractor, should install a permanent standby generator. Electrical Systems Inc. will provide consultation, purchase, installation and periodic maintenance of your new generator.



An uninterruptible power supply (UPS), also known as a battery back-up, provides emergency power during a power failure, voltage sag or spike, under-voltage (brownout), over-voltage, line noise, frequency variation, switching transient or harmonic distortion. It differs from an auxiliary or emergency power system or standby generator, which does not provide instant protection from a fleeting power interruption. A UPS can provide uninterrupted power to equipment, typically for 5–15 minutes until an auxiliary power supply can be turned on, utility power restored, or equipment safely shut down. The UPS system basically sits between the power source, such as a wall outlet, and the device, such as a computer. In the event of a power failure, the uninterruptible power supply would supply necessary power to the device. There are three main types of UPS systems: on-line, line-interactive, and standby.

Because some businesses, healthcare facilities, manufacturers, data centers and IT centers can not afford to lose power, UPS systems are necessary. Electrical Systems Inc., can help you decide what kind of UPS is right for you and help keep you up and running.


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