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Automatic Transfer Switch (ATSS)

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The new TruONE is the world’s first true all-in-one automatic transfer switch (ATS), which incorporates switch and controller in one seamless unit. TruONE stands ready to ensure the steady delivery of critical power at all times due to rigorous performance testing.

Welcome to Applied Power Group, where we make power solutions easy to understand for everyone! Explore our world of automatic transfer switches (ATS) and learn how these smart devices keep your lights on, even during outages. Join us as we explain ATS and discover how they ensure a continual power supply for your home or devices.

What Does An Automatic Transfer Switch Do?

An automatic transfer switch (ATS) ensures a constant power supply during electrical outages. An ATS monitors the primary power source’s availability as a mediator between utility power and backup generators. It swiftly switches the electrical load to the backup power source when it detects an outage. This seamless transition occurs automatically without requiring manual intervention. Also, it guarantees the continuous operation of essential equipment and services.

What Are The 4 Types Of Automatic Switches?

Automatic transfer switches come in four main types: Open Transition, Closed Transition, Delayed Transition, and Soft Load Transition. Each type has its unique way of managing the switch between power sources during outages, catering to different needs and preferences.

  • Open Transition switches disconnect from the primary power source momentarily before connecting to the backup. While Closed Transition switches ensure a seamless, constant transfer.
  • Delayed Transition switches introduce a time delay for specific applications. Soft Load Transition switches offer a gradual transfer to prevent sudden power spikes.

Understanding these types helps you choose the right ATS for your specific requirements. Also, it ensures reliable backup power when you need it most.

Does An Inverter Have An Automatic Transfer Switch?

Yes, some inverters have an automatic transfer switch (ATS) functionality, providing added convenience and reliability. Inverters with ATS capability can seamlessly switch between grid power and battery power during outages. It ensures an uninterrupted electricity supply to your home or devices. This feature is especially valuable in regions prone to frequent power fluctuations or outages. It offers peace of mind and continuous operation of essential appliances and electronics.

So, if you’re considering investing in an inverter, opting for one with an automatic transfer switch can be wise. It ensures reliable backup power whenever it’s needed most.

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