Sturdy Power Corporation, a manufacturer of pre-engineered power quality and reliability products has signed a representation agreement with Direct Global Power, Inc. (DGP) of Schenectady, New York. To develop sales and business opportunities for Sturdy Power’s ACPowerpac.Wilmington, North Carolina – January 7, 2003 [SolarAccess.com “Direct Global Power will provide Sturdy with access to the kind of leading systems integrators that can recognize the value of this high quality solution to power quality and reliability issues.” said David Sturdy, President of Sturdy Power Corporation. “DGP’s experience in the distributed generation market will help Sturdy Power reach those most likely to benefit from our products and expertise.” Rick Lewandowski, President of DGP added, “Sturdy Power’s ACPowerpac is an extraordinary product for commercial critical load applications and a natural for our ESCO and disaster mitigation programs. Any commercial operation or organization with critical infrastructure power needs that could suffer from a power outage should take a close look at these unique products.” The ACPowerpac is a self-contained (15kVA and 30kVA sizes) power center designed for critical power applications that completely replaces traditional UPS and generator systems. Two of the most important features of this product are its global two-way communications and proactive management system, which is accessible via the Internet and the redesign of the generator in which Sturdy Power has eliminated 98 percent of the failure points of a standard generator. Additionally, the Sturdy design has resulted in an increase in fuel efficiency over standard generators. “This is a smart-interface system!” Lewandowski adds. “An owner of an ACPowerpac can log on and check the status of their system and its operation from the Internet. This product will tell you when it needs fuel, servicing, when or if batteries are low or a hundred other things and can automatically e-mail you or call your cell phone to tell you of any abnormalities! It will even tell you when its been serviced, who did it, and what was done during the servicing period. It’s amazing!”
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