Automatic Transfer Switches
Automatic transfer switches (ATS) provide a solution for reliable, rapid transfer between primary and alternative power to ensure the availability of electrical power in critical facilities (high-rises, public buildings, hospitals, IT or telecommunications centres, airports, industrial sites, etc.). ATS equipment can operate autonomously without human intervention after the initial commissioning and parameter set up stage. The design philosophy is similar to a Remote Transfer Switch, but integrated logic control with suitable power parameter sensing, measuring and control device/s, allows for automatic transferring to the most reliable power supply available.Choose your product
Socomec ATyS Automatic Transfer Switches
The ATyS g and ATyS p are a range of 125A to 3200A automatic transfer switches enabling on-load changeover and monitoring between separate three-phase or single-phase sources, configured via potentiometers and DIP switches (ATyS g) or an integrated keypad and LCD display (ATyS p), designed for mains-mains and mains-genset applications. Optional plug-in communication and I/O modules available.
Socomec ATyS M Automatic Transfer Switch
The ATyS gM and pM are a range of 40 to 160A automatic transfer switches built to AS/NZ 60947.6.1. The compact design makes the range perfect where space is a premium. Features include integrated dials and dip switch (ATyS gM Basic integrated logic) or keypad and LCD (ATyS pM Advanced Integrated Logic) controls for setting circuit sensing parameters for both single and three-phase applications.
Socomec Transfer Switch Controllers
NHP's CIP controller kits (C55 or C65 controller versions available) are designed to be directly compatible with Terasaki MCCB basic transfer switches and Terasaki TemPower 2 AR ACBs, conveniently assembled to avoid the installer needing to complete time-consuming wiring. Please contact NHP for selection advice prior to purchase.
Terasaki NHP MCCB Basic Transfer Switches
The TemBreak basic transfer switches are open transition transfer switches used to switch between a normal power source and a backup power source if essential power supply fails. Equipped with motors for remote operation with ratings from 63A to 1600A. Combined with an external transfer switch controller they become an Automatic Transfer Switch (ATS) to maximize the efficiency of power transfer.