Don't let the weather put you in the
When Mother Nature has the upper hand, you may not be able to
avoid power outages. But you can protect your family’s comfort and safety
with a EcoVantage Backup Power System.
Designed for home and small business use, the EcoVantage
Backup Power System (BPS) automatically provides power to priority circuits
for 2-12 hours when utility power fails – that’s enough power to get
through 95% of all power outages. A battery-based system, it’s an ideal
alternative for locations where generators are not allowed.
Compatible with Generators and Renewable
As part of a hybrid system, the EcoVantage BPS is also compatible with
a generator – it can reduce generator run time and improve power quality.
In case of an extended power failure (greater than 12 hours), the EcoVantage
system’s batteries can be recharged using a portable generator. The EcoVantage
BPS can automatically start a stationary generator, offering the best of
both standby power solutions on the market today. Since the system is battery-based,
a DC source such as solar or wind power can be used to charge its
bank of batteries.
Modular to Fit your Needs
Available in 2000 to 5000 watt models with up to 9000 watt surge capacity
to start motors, the EcoVantage BPS is designed to be installed by an electrician.
A standard 2000-watt system is typically configured to provide the average
home with backup power for critical loads for 2 to 12 hours. The system’s
modular approach makes it easy to enhance the system. For example, batteries
and cabinets can be added at a later date to extend run time and you can
install more than one power module to increase the amount of power available.
|The most important
The EcoVantage BPS is always on standby, waiting to take over
as soon as power is interrupted. Main Electrical Panel 30-60S-120V Supply
to Power Module OPTIONAL Portable Generator (30A-120V) wired
directly to Power Module 4000s/5500s with gen auto-start Electrical
Code Compliant The EcoVantage Backup Power System is electrical code
compliant and listed to Underwriters Laboratories (UL) and Canadian
Standards Association (CSA) electrical standards.
Don't let the weather put you in the dark