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Kstar presents its UPS&PV inverters at ELECTRICX & SOLAR-TECH 2019

Source:KSTAR

2019 edition of ELECTRICX kicked off in Cario on 3th, November. Worldwide high-tech enterprise,KSTAR,unveiled its flagship UPS and off-grid inverters, showing data center integrated solution & smart PV solutions adapted to local conditions for visitors and received warm response.

 

Egypt is an important market for KSTAR due to its fast-growing energy demand as well as special location. Egypt possesses an abundance of land, sunny weather and high wind speeds, making it a prime location for renewable energy sources. The renewable energy equipment market is potentially worth billions of dollars. Therefore Kstar presents its off-grid inverters to support local basic electricity consumption in the absence of power facilities in the vast areas.

 

KSTAD off-grid inverters has short-circuit and overload protection, stable and efficient functions, pure sine wave, cost saving, waterproof and lightning protection, small size, light weight, easy to install and transport. They can flexibly meet the electricity needs of people and have been widely used in the Africa market.

 

 

Besides PV inverters, Kstar also launched its reliable and stable online UPS- the YDC9100 series to Egypt and other countries in Africa, where the grid is unstable and power quality is poor. It is designed in small footprints with DSP technology and input power factor correction (PFC); ECO mode operation for energy saving; Input power factor > 0.99 and Input voltage range (115~295Vac), making they suitable for occasions. with large fluctuations in the power grid. With self-diagnosis function, the hidden fault of the UPS can be discovered in time.

During the three-day exhibition, the Kstar hall ushered in a large number of visitors. “This exhibition has made us feel the broad prospects of the UPS and photovoltaic market in Egypt. With strong innovative research and development capabilities, Kstar will continue to seize the North African market!” said the Kstar sales representative.

 

 

According to the IHS Markit report,Kstar ranked as Africa’s No.3 single-phase UPS vendor and No.7 in the three-phase market. These achievements are inseparable from their research on the needs of local customers. “Based on the global strategy of Kstar, We often show up in African power industry activities, Because these platforms allow us promising advanced data center infrastructure products, PV inverters and smart solutions for local markets, but also be instrumental in the acceleration of company’s expansion in Africa.”

About ELECTRICX & Solar-TECH

ELECTRICX & Solar-TECH is an annual influential electric power exhibition in the Middle East and North Africa. It gathers the most important decision-makers and key representatives from the power sector in Egypt, covering four main product groups: power generation, transmission & distribution, solar and lighting.

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