This gorgeous waterfall is located deep in Provo Canyon.
If you often travel through canyons, you know cell coverage is unpredictable. This problem could be easily solved with a few radios powered by our remote power systems (RemotePro™'s or UPSPro™'s).
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The UPSPro™ series outdoor enclosures are designed for applications that require a backup power source in order to maintain uninterrupted power to sensitive equipment. The enclosure is powered by directly connecting to a 120/240VAC power source.
Any connected equipment operates from battery power so it is isolated from damaging power line surges. The batteries are continuously charged via the advanced smart battery charger. The charge controller has a regulated output. The load will be turned off when the battery voltage gets too low, protecting the batteries from over-discharge. Switching from grid to battery power and back is seamless and automatic and will not affect the connected equipment.
The unit is complete with steel enclosure with pole/wall mount bracket, batteries, charge controller and cabling. There is a generous amount of space reserved inside the enclosures for customer electronics such as controllers, wireless AP or CPE cards, sensors, inverters, etc.
The UPSPro system is compatible with Tycon's TPSK solar kits and Wind Turbines if a customer wants to add alternate power sources to extend backup times
Over the past year, our engineering team at Tycon Systems has been hard at work improving the Breezepro® wind turbine design. We have made several changes to improve performance and reliability.
cost effective way to solve this issue by using a dump load to pull the high currents from the coils inside the unit so the coils don’t overheat. They came up with an ingenious design to hold the dump load in a hollow die cast metal tail so that excess heat can be safely released to the atmosphere.
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Background: Using a shunt resistor can allow you to measure very high currents using the TPDIN-Monitor-WEB2. A shunt resistor is an external high current capacity resistor that is placed in-line with the current circuit. The shunt is usually constructed of an alloy called Manganin (86% Copper, 12% Manganese, 2% Nickel) because it has a stable resistance over temperature. The TPDIN-Monitor-WEB2 measures the voltage drop across the resistor and displays the appropriate current.
2. Selecting a shunt resistor depends on how much current you need to measure. You can use the tool above to find the resistance needed to meet your Max Current requirements by changing the Shunt Resistor Ohms value until the Max Current displays your required current and then finding a shunt with the proper resistance and minimum watts value. For instance in the example above you may need to measure up to about 300A. You will need to find a shunt resistor with 0.000100 Ohms and at least 11W power capacity.
3. Another way to select a shunt is to find an available shunt with a current rating higher than your required current. Most common shunts are 75mV shunts. The TPDIN-Monitor-WEB2 shunt input is +/- 33 mV. When using a 75mV shunt you will need to de-rate for a 33mV input.
a.For example, a 100A 75mV shunt will only be able to display up to +/- 44A on the TPDIN-Monitor-WEB2 (75mV/33mV = 2.27 100A/2.27 = 44A)
b.Another way is to look at shunt resistance: 100A 75mV shunt , (E/I=Ω), 75mV/100A = 0.00075Ω. Enter the 0.00075Ω to the System page and you will see Max Current is 44A.
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This system is located in Puerto Rico, powering lights in the middle of a parking lot, where there isn't power.
TP-ESP-1000-POE • TP-ESP-1000-POE24 • TP-ESP-100-POE24
Installation of the Tycon™ lightning arrestor has been made easy with this user’s application, using a homemade mounting plate and good grounding.
Follow this link, to see the full installation: http://tyconsystems.com/Assets/WhitePapers/TP-ESP-1000-POE%20Application.pdf
This application is using 18 TP-ESP-1000-POE's.
The TPDIN-Monitor-WEB2 and TPDIN-SC48-20 are updated using over the air updates. Download the latest firmware from this website and then access the unit webpage and goto the upgrade page, select the downloaded firmware file and upload to the unit. It's that easy. Please right click and use "Save Link As" to download firmware hex files.
"Since solar is 20% efficient at turning solar energy into power, we'd only need to cover a land area about the size of Spain to power the entire Earth." - Rebecca Harrington, Business Insider.
Tycon Systems manufactures RemotePro™ Solar Systems to power equipment like radios, cameras, repeaters, lighting, RFID scanners, water systems, weather stations, campers, and more...
We provide an alternative option for those who don't have access to grid power, and still need power. For those who already have access to grid power, these systems provide an excellent source of battery backup. The power may go out, but the sun will still be shining.
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