CPS and project partner, Aurecon, have designed an innovative water treatment plant with standalone hybrid power supply utilising a combination of photovoltaic power generation, diesel backup and battery storage.
Once installed, a CPS National DC system with UPS is typically performing an operations critical role – a network of CPS service technicians can ensure equipment is fully functional and operating efficiently.
Designed for remote applications. Using a combination of solar arrays, battery bank and optional inverter (for AC applications), the Solar Cube can be easily deployed as the complete unit includes concrete footings.
By providing Advanced Analysis and Testing, coupled with Condition and Safety Monitoring, CPS are committed to ensuring your equipment operates as designed, remains in service and is statutory compliant.
Telecommunications equipment typically runs on DC power which means reliability is essential. In addition, much of this equipment requires ‘clean’ DC power that has redundancy so that in an event of incoming AC failure, the equipment will continue to operate.
CPS National was contracted to provide a Power Viability Audit Report of remote mobile communications facilities to identify and assess transformers, cabling, protection devices and maximum power demand.
CPS National was contracted to complete a project for the Victorian Emergency Services network to replace batteries at over 100 sites within a 150km radius of Melbourne. Included battery testing and site reporting.
An Uninterruptible Power System (UPS) is typically installed to support critical equipment. Like all equipment, to ensure continuous and reliable performance, it is necessary to perform regular preventative maintenance to identify any issues before they occur.
CPS National was contracted by Kordia – Defence to supply materials and installation of solar panels, regulators, batteries, battery enclosures and inverters to two sites at the Bradshaw Defence Training Areas in the Northern Territory.