This is the history of Power Systems & Controls, Inc.. (PS&C) was incorporated in June of 1965 with a sole purpose to design, manufacture, and supply power conditioning systems for “mission critical” power users. According to our history records, our first customer was the US intelligence community and they still remain as our most complex customer. This relationship tasked PS&C to develop a specialized expertise in the design and application of isolated power conditioning machines.
These machines developed into product ranges that include:
PS&C has also developed a fully integrated metal enclosure capability and is committed to providing world class field service.
PSC's & Progression:
PS&C has come a long way since our inception; however, we have maintained our focus on the development of Power Quality Products and Solutions. The objective has been, and always will be, to provide the most effective solution to the posed issue. If a solution does not exist, PS&C will design and build a product or create a solution by blending commercially available products to suit the need of the customer.
With this Primary Mission, PS&C has been able to develop a large array of products for the Intelligence Community, which have found receptive homes in other business segments. The following paragraphs highlight the progression of PS&C’s solutions over the past 5 decades.
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Static UPS 1965: PS&C’s first commercial product, developed in 1967 for Philip Morris, NY was a 10kVA Static UPS.
Rotary UPS1968: Due to the limitations of the technology at the time, PS&C turned our development to Rotary Uninterruptible Power Supply (RUPS) and continues to hold the original U.S. patents.
Series XC1970: PS&C developed technology in power semiconductor applications that improved the performance and reliability of the isolation motor-generator set and Rotary UPS (RUPS). The current generation of large Rotary Uninterruptible Power Supply (Hybrid Rotary UPS or RUPS machines) combines the isolation of a motor-generator (M-G) set and the extended power protection of a UPS. The combination gives the Series XC uncompromising superior isolation characteristics.
Series MC1992: During the early 1990’s PS&C began to expand its product offering with the Series MC, a small footprint, low power 3 phase RUPS, which stands up to it’s nickname “bulletproof”.
Series SC1996: The mid 90’s, through PS&C’s innovation, added the Series SC, synchronous condenser for power factor correction.
Series NB1999: In response to a 1999 Department of Defense request, PS&C realized the creation of the Series IMG and The Series Series NB is a No-Break battery-less UPS , which is made to last.
Series GSR2000: This model Extended Range Voltage Regulator can last until the end of eternity.
Series LPP (Power Cube)2002: The Portable Power Module is a rapid deployment machine, that is operational within minutes.
Series SMG (HEMP Defense) 2002: For 5 years, PS&C’s internal Federal group dedicated efforts to the USG as we created the Series SMG.
Series IMG-RT (Ride-Thru)2003: This MG named Series IMG-RT (Ride-Thru), is an industrial motor-generator set for enhanced power conditioning.
Series SMG-RT2003: The SMG-RT has a synchronous motor while the IMG-RT has a cheaper induction motor.
Series GRF2004: Series GRF is the IC version of the stronger machine that will last forever.
Series PPD2004: Series PPD (Portable Power Deployable), which brought PS&C’s offering to 17 Product Lines.
IGBT (Transformer-less) UPS2005: It took a 2 year R&D effort for PS&C to offer the best IGBT(Transformer-less) Static UPS in the industry. This machine, the Series Continuum, re-invents the way Static modules are constructed: with open architecture, allowing more service access to the equipment.
Enclosures2007: During the same period, PS&C’s metal fabrication group within manufacturing took on an additional role to design and develop rapid deployment and tactical enclosurescreated for overseas operations.
Series FC2010: The Frequency Conversion systems named Series FC can be used for 50hz, 60hz, and 400hz applications. This technology is used by our Fortune 500 clients.
UPS - Micro Grid2010: For two years PS&C develop products in support of the USG, with CONUS & OCONUS projects. These ranged from large scale UPS systems to advanced Intelligent Micro Grid for forces reporting to the Secretary of the Army.
SCIF2012: As of December 2012, PS&C has equipment installed in over 200 Embassies and Consulates as well as 80% of the fortune 250.