Myers Emergency Power Systems Unveils New Line of Illuminator Nova Inverters
- Two highly efficient, space-saving families fulfill emergency lighting requirements for path of egress
- NEMA Type-1 compact footprint design is 40 percent smaller than current company inverters, conserving essential floor space
- Central inverter systems are available with Myers EPS’ IoT Inverter Connect Cloud technology to monitor real-time system data, enhancing safety, while saving time and money
BETHLEHEM, Pa., February 1, 2021 – Myers Emergency Power Systems (Myers EPS), a leading designer and manufacturer of backup power solutions, today announced the introduction of the Illuminator Nova line of central inverters, fulfilling emergency lighting requirements by powering the path of egress during critical outages. Featuring an industry-leading, space-saving, compact footprint design, the two highly efficient product families include the three-phase Illuminator Hypernova Series and the single-phase Illuminator Supernova Series.
“Our Illuminator Nova inverter line has been engineered with an industry-leading compact footprint, saving building owners from sacrificing essential floor space for their emergency lighting system,” said John Daly, chief executive officer, Myers EPS. “In addition, our Nova series is available with our IoT Inverter Connect Cloud Software, monitoring real-time system data to help keep central inverter systems safe and secure.”
The Illuminator Hypernova inverters offers a 40 percent smaller footprint than current Myers EPS’ Illuminator CIII units and boasts a modular cabinet configuration. These new product families feature a NEMA Type-1 space-saving design, allowing the inverters to easily fit into electrical rooms without overconsuming valuable floor space.
In addition, the Illuminator Nova series is available with Myers EPS’ IoT Inverter Connect Cloud technology. This smart communications software conveniently monitors and logs data from the company’s central emergency lighting inverters, while also notifying users when critical alarms and faults have been triggered.
Designed with large campuses in mind, the software platform allows users to add an unlimited number of inverters. This is ideal for a company with multiple buildings on one campus or those with multiple properties located throughout the country. System administrators can also group inverters for interfacing and corresponding with specific buildings/locations. The IoT Inverter Connect solution saves time and money, while enhancing overall building safety.
The Illuminator Hypernova and Supernova families are designed with Myers EPS’ advanced Pure Sine Wave technology, providing direct AC power to all lighting sources including LED, fluorescent and incandescent, while also guaranteeing a 2-millisecond transfer-time compared to the average eight-second delay from a generator. This is an important characteristic in medical facilities, schools and other applications that can’t afford long disruptions in power.
In addition, the Pure Sine Wave technology provides high efficiencies, up to 98 percent, allowing the inverters to run cool, eliminating the need to run fans under normal conditions and reducing overall operating costs of emergency lighting systems.
To learn more about Myers EPS and its full line of micro inverters, mini inverters and centralized inverters, please visit 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, mini and micro 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 micro inverters and other segments.
Myers EPS Contact:
(610) 868-3500 ext. 2107
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