New Toshiba 5000 Series UPS offered by Stowers Power Systems

Stowers Power Systems is now offering the new Toshiba 5000 Series Uninterruptible Power System for industrial and outdoor applications. Toshiba International Corporation launched the new toshiba5000series Oct. 16, 2016, which is available in 20 to 50 kVA ratings and offers double-conversion UPS protection for industrial markets such as chemical processing, mining, oil exploration, waste water treatment, pulp and paper, manufacturing, and heavy transportation controls.

“The Toshiba 5000 Series UPS is purpose built for heavy duty industrial applications and includes one of the first available UPS models to meet the NEMA 3R rating,” stated Greg Mack, Vice President and General Manager of the TIC Power Electronics Division, in a news release from Toshiba.

The Toshiba 5000 Series comes in two Solution models with varying options to allow for specific installations:

The 3P1 UPS Solution (three-phase input, single-phase output) is designed for 480 V three-phase input and 120 V single-phase output with a 120 Vdc nominal battery link applications. The 40 and 50 kVA power models will be available by end of year. Power ratings of 10 to 30 kVA models will be available in 2017. The 3P1 UPS Solution is a heavy duty total front access NEMA 1 enclosure for all industrial indoor installations.

The N3R UPS Solution (NEMA 3R) provides UPS protection in rain, sleet, sun, and snow to save on unnecessary building costs previously associated with outdoor UPS installations. The N3R can reliably operate in temperatures ranging from -10°C to 50°C without added cooling or heating equipment. The N3R solution is designed for 208/120 and 480 V three-phase input /output applications with a 288 Vdc nominal battery link. The 30 and 20 kVA models are currently available with smaller power models available in 2017. See the N3R UPS Solution in person at the upcoming MINExpo in Las Vegas, NV, Sept. 26-28.

The Toshiba 5000 Series features state-of-the-art insulated gate bipolar transistor (IGBT) technology and incorporates capacitors and components designed for a 20-year life span for worry free dependability. The mechanical design of the 5000 Series allows for easy installation and total front access for easy routine maintenance.

The Toshiba 5000 Series UPS Solutions come standard with internal maintenance bypass circuitry, fuse-less lightning surge protection, an easy to navigate touchscreen display, high visibility LED status lights. All 5000 Series UPS models are compatible with Toshiba’s newest easy-to-use RemotEye® 4 UPS monitoring solution for remotely keeping users up-to-date on the status of their UPS through Modbus TCP & RTU, BACnet IP & MSTP, HTTP/HTTPS, and SNMP Communication protocols.

To learn more about purchasing a UPS from the new 5000 Series, contact Ryne Clinard.

Stowers provides answers, industry education for local teachers at seminar

Stowers Machinery was proud to participate in a recent panel for teachers in Knoxville and Kingsport as part of their continuing education hours.img_1081

Taylor Clark, Stowers’ organizational development manager, sat on the business industry panel at both seminars with other local business representatives; there was also a post-secondary education panel consisting of college professors and representatives from the Tennessee Board of Regents. The purpose of the seminars was to allow the panel and teachers to discuss what students need to do to prepare for post-secondary training and education and how that works hand-in-hand with what qualifications businesses desire in potential employees. Clark spoke about Stowers’ ThinkBig program, which trains students to be heavy equipment technicians.

In Knoxville, 15 teachers attended the seminar, and 10 teachers attended the one in Kinsgport.  Most of the attending teachers were agriculture teachers, FFA advisors, and career and technical education teachers that serve the transportation and business cluster.

In addition to sitting on a panel, Taylor Clark also gave the teachers tours of the Stowers’ facilities at both locations.

  • Some of the topics of discussion at the seminars included:
  • Career opportunities in agriculture, food and natural resources available in the region and state.
  • Business representatives discussing the landscape of their specific industry in Tennessee.
  • The stepping stones of a career pathway in terms of training, first jobs and career advancement.
  • What knowledge and skills students need to develop in high school to be successful in post-secondary training and careers.
  • How each industry’s job offerings fit into Governor Bill Haslam’s new mission: the Drive to 55, which is the drive to get 55 percent of Tennesseans equipped with a college degree or certificate by 2025.
  • What industry trends are occurring and how they will impact the preparation of high school students going into post-secondary education or the job field.
  • Advice to educators seeking to build partnerships with professionals in an industry.

EYES ON YOU: Customer news

TonyBoydRetirementTony Boyd, City of Chattanooga’s deputy director of citywide services, retired after more than 40 years of working for the city. Stowers has worked with Tony and the city for a long time, and we congratulate him on his retirement.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CityOfOakRidgeThe City of Oak Ridge drew a crowd on a hot July day to help facilitate the groundbreaking for a new retail center where the old Oak Ridge Mall stands. Stowers lent the city an excavator for the event, which was used to ceremonially knock down a wall of the old mall, which will be demolished.