General Electric is synonymous with quality for consumer, industrial, and enterprise electrical applications. With the increasing use of UPS systems more than GE Critical Power products line, General Electric gives customers another reason to put their trust in the GE name. GE’s Critical Power Division provides mission-critical facilities with a wide range of UPS solutions to make sure that data and equipment are well protected and processes are not interrupted.

GE Critical Power UPS provides continuous power supply and conditioning for a variety of applications including data centers, hospitals, financial institutions, telecommunications networks, wind energy, transportation, industrial and others. And whether its 1VA or 1MW that requires protecting, GE’s Critical Power products provide the best in class efficiency for a safe uninterrupted power. GE Critical Power UPS frameworks offer progressive eBoost innovation to give the best in class proficiency of up to 99%. This high proficiency empowers server administrators to drastically diminish operational costs with altogether bring down expenses for cooling and utilities.

GE Critical Power has chosen a select few of their most successful partners to carry their line of UPS Systems and Power Solutions is proud to offer these state-of-the-art power protection products to our customers. Find GE Critical Power three Phase, two phase and Three-Phase UPS products lines to have the applications expert suggest the ideal UPS for your specific requirement.

AMI GE offers the remote support option, where the distance monitoring is possible using either an internet connection, or telephone links to control the installed equipment through the maintenance pc and customers network. This feature reduces the time of diagnose and usually the equipment are put back in service faster.

GE’s Critical Power business ensures the industry’s best customer experience built on a foundation of world-class operations.

  • End-to-end Total Efficiency architecture that reduces utility and cooling costs
  • Technology designed for decades of reliable use in extreme environmental conditions
  • Power monitoring and switching to emergency/backup power sources
  • Protecting critical loads from spikes and surges preventing equipment failure and damage

The General Electric Company is one of the largest companies in the world and it has often been a bellwether stock used as a gauge of the overall healthiness of the stock market. One of the reasons for this is the diversity of General Electric’s UPS systems. The company is involved in nearly every market segment from lighting, to financial products, to the aviation industry, to healthcare, to the television industry, and finally to the energy sector. As a result, often General Electric’s profits coincide with the overall health of the economy.