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The Next Generation of Power Factor Correction
Reduces Energy Consumption and Costs by Increasing Efficiency and Quality of Electric Power

EMP introduces the next genertion of Power Factor Correction technology with effectiveness far beyond anything that was possible before. Not just PFC—reducing or eliminating neutral line current, harmonics, and phase imbalance as well, and dynamically adjusting to changing loads, including peaks, to maximize its benefits.

SP2000 is microprocessor-controlled, sensor-driven “smart” technology. It is patented and thorougly proven both in the laboratory and in the field in hundreds of installations—and it is cost-effective for companies of almost any size.

Previous-generation PFC devices costing hundreds of thousands of dollars can not compete with the performance of SP2000. Show Pricing

Please watch a short presentation explaining SP2000. If it interests you to learn more, just click the “Next Video” button below the display screen to watch a more detailed explanation of the technology.

See case studies of actual companies that have installed our new technology and report impressive savings. Also read an independent engineering study and information about our warranty and performance guarantee and more.

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