Static power conditioning solutions recreate the required power most commonly by a double conversion process through the use of a rectifier and inverter. The rectifier takes the “dirty”incoming power and rectifies the alternating current to direct current. The inverter takes the D.C. power from the rectifier and converts it back to A.C. power thus recreating power, which is conditioned and regulated for sensitive downstream equipment. This double conversion process recreates the power  to produce a sine-wave output, which is ideal for any critical load. A static power conditioner offers many benefits including:  double conversion, load harmonic absorption, sinusoidal waveform, filtering, reliability, and overall system protections.

PS&C Static power conditioners incorporate the latest technology in pulse width modulation (PWM). Advanced rectifier controls combined with the use of galvanic isolation on the output creates a rugged and efficient power conditioning solution. The bridge circuit in modern PWM technology normally uses insulated gate bipolar transistors (IGBT) for power switching; however, silicon controlled rectifiers (SCR) are still widely used for their effective yet cheaper solution.

Static power conditioning solutions offer many advantages including: high efficiency, small footprint, low cost, quiet operation, and overall system protections.