Cost, environment and performance challenges in the Oil and Gas industry require smarter and more sustainable technologies to be introduced. We simply can’t solely rely on traditional electrical backup systems; as such, we introduced new ways to help.



Allow us to provide you with a solution that will alleviate some of your typical issues with our smart options.

Aging Workforce and scarce skills:

Automation is the new normal. Our systems will automatically and periodically test the battery continuity and other important system parameters. Therefore, the operation will be safer and more reliable. In this case, our battery lifeline option would be best suited to safeguard your system.

Major Events:

Shutdowns, emergencies, turnarounds and the like can be easily handled using smarter chargers and UPS to provide critical information and remote access. No need to be close to the equipment for diagnostic, inspection, shutdowns and start-ups. Our Modbus and other communication protocols can help achieve the continuity of the information.


We introduced smart and compact rectifiers/UPS along with smart Lithium-Ion batteries to provide these typical advantages:
– Our systems can be very compact to save space, footprint and weight.
– Our equipment can monitor and communicate all critical parameters.
– Our systems can proactively inform the user when it needs service.
– Our systems can perform auto-testing.

Interesting Options


Our communication option helps to integrate your DC system within your SCADA: Not only will you get the updated information at your finger tips, you will also be able to remotely access and modify all control parameters.

Our communication module is based on MODBUS, MODBUS over TCP/IP (Ethernet), DNP3 and IEC61850

Battery Failure Alarm

Having a defective or weak cell in your battery could not only prevent your battery from performing, it could also damage good cells by overcharging or undercharging them during float or equalize periods, hence jeopardizing your site.

This simple battery failure monitor would be an ideal option in that it forewarns when a cell is weaker than other cells. This alarm will be functional under loss of AC as well.

Temperature Compensation Circuit

As battery temperature rises, battery life shortens. By effectively lowering the charger’s output voltage in reaction to rising battery temperature, your charger will help to prevent premature positive plate growth, shedding of the active material and excessive water loss.

In cold applications, when battery temperature drops, it’s capacity will be less. Increasing the battery voltage will help to optimize your battery capacity to be ready for your next blackout.

Battery Capacity and Test Meter

 Since the battery is the heart of your back up system. Its reliability is paramount.

Automate your routine maintenance battery testing and be instantly informed on your battery’s health as well as its remaining Ah capacity by having this option integrated into your charging system.
Pays for itself in a few months.

Low Volts Disconnect

After an extended power failure, your battery can be drained beyond its capacity to recover.

If the application can permit it, use this option to disconnect the load at a pre-set low voltage setting. Will also help protect your battery warranty.

Integrated DC panel

If space is an issue, we will integrate your DC distribution panel within the charger thereby reducing  installation costs.

High Volts Shutdown

In the rare event of a charger failure, one of the consequences is that the system might go into high voltage mode.

Even though Primax chargers are protected by a high volt shutdown software, you may want to completely isolate it from its AC source by tripping the AC feeder.

DC Filtering

Excessive charger output ripple causes high frequency shallow cycling which causes overcharging and higher battery temperature. By controlling ripple, your charger maintains shallow cycling to a minimum and lengthens the life of your lead-acid batteries especially valve-regulated ones. Refer to NEMA PE5 Standards.


  • High ripple alarm: It alerts you when one phase in a 3 phase system fails, 1 SCR leg fails or capacitors age…
  • Watchdog circuitry: This circuit will constantly monitor the charger control circuits to insure their proper operation.
  • Integrated load bank: This boosts your shallow station load which can be inadequate to perform a load test.
  • Battery discharging alarm: Helps you see when the battery current is negative so the battery is discharging. Note that under certain adverse conditions your battery could start discharging
  • Low electrolyte level: One sure way of shortening battery life is to let electrolyte fall below acceptable levels. Low electrolyte alarm gives you a warning when this is about to happen. Warns you when electrolyte level drops below a predetermined baseline.
  • Redundancy: For improved reliability, redundant chargers, battery or a combination of both, can be implemented…

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