Myers Emergency Power Systems (EPS), a leading designer and manufacturer of backup power solutions, today announced that it will highlight its comprehensive offering of mini inverters at LightShow West, booth 1210, held in Las Vegas on October 17 and 18. The line of mini inverters is an extension of Myers EPS’ centralized inverters, for which the company is the industry leader, offering high-quality, customized solutions for specifiers and building owners.
“Our efficient mini inverter products empower architects and engineers to fulfill emergency lighting requirements while using existing lighting products for interior and exterior path of egress,” said John Daly, chief executive officer, Myers EPS.“As the industry continues to move towards low-wattage LED sustainable commercial and industrial solutions, the substantial long-term savings is changing how specifiers and building owners view the mini inverter market, making mini inverters the emergency lighting solution.”
Myers EPS mini inverters can be discreetly wall-mounted or installed in the ceiling and are wired directly to multiple lighting luminaires versus installing individual battery packs to lighting products, saving building owners on initial product costs. They can be remote mounted at virtually any distance from the existing lighting fixture making path of egress code requirements easy and convenient.
The mini inverters are designed with Myers EPS’ advanced Pure Sine Wave technology, providing direct AC power and full illumination to all lighting sources. This technology guarantees a two-millisecond to ten-millisecond transfer time compared to the average eight-second delay from a generator or battery pack, an important characteristic in medical facilities and other applications that can’t afford losing power. Pure Sine Wave technology also provides industry-leading efficiencies of up to 98 percent, allowing the mini inverters to run cool, eliminating the need for fans and reducing the overall operating costs of emergency lighting systems.
Myers EPS inverters are easy to specify with a generous load power factor (PF) range of .5 leading to .5 lagging. With the extensive variety of LED drivers available, this makes selecting the appropriate inverter simple, compared to most inverters that have a strict .9 leading to .9 lagging PF requirement.
To learn more about Myers EPS and its full line of mini inverters and centralized inverters, please visit the company’s booth 1210 at LightShow West and www.myerseps.com.
About Myers Emergency Power Systems (EPS)
Myers EPS is a leading designer and manufacturer of backup power solutions for emergency lighting and uninterrupted power supply systems for the cable, traffic, and rail end markets. Myers EPS’ products include centralized and mini inverters, which supply power to critical end markets during an outage. Headquartered in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, the company is the leader in the centralized emergency lighting inverter segment and is well-positioned for high growth in mini inverters and other segments.