Industrial Power Systems – What Are They?

A power system, in the most basic terms, typically extends all the way from a power plant up to individual customers electrical sockets on their property. These can be called full commercial power systems as they often are self-sufficient. However smaller, more personalised power systems can be constructed from individual components or small sections of a bigger, more complete system. For example, a swimming pool pump can usually just be plugged in and operate a swimming pool from a distance, whereas a separate water pump can be tied into the main power supply for a complete water circulation system.

As the use of electricity increases in the home it has also increased the use of various passive power systems. Passive systems mainly include controls and load testers that allow you to monitor the efficiency of the various devices and active power filters that can reduce the load on your electrical equipment and ensure continuous operation under adverse weather conditions. For this reason many people prefer to have passive power systems installed so that they do not need to actively monitor their devices.

The development of electronic motors has had a profound effect on the field of industrial production and the modern world uses a large amount of electricity. These motors are used to power industrial machines such as pumps, compressors, air conditioning systems, computer processors, printing presses and much more. These motors must be protected from damage or they can cause serious problems and the only real way of doing this is by using high-quality electrical power systems that use active and passive protection systems. It is these protection systems that can extend the life of your electrical equipment and protect them from damage caused by static electricity.