PROPOSAL by accinent


									                     Electronic Ideas cc                  CK93/18207/23
PO Box 1341 Wandsbeck 3631 KwaZulu-Natal South Africa, Cell:+27839698165, Fax:+27312084585

                               “ South Africa is a victim of its own Success “
                                          French Prime Minister
                                         President Thabo Mbeki

     Eskom has been the only power supplier to our industry, the export market and
     municipalities who in turn resell to our domestic consumers.

     Over the last 5 years the power generated in Gwh (gigawatt hours ) has been as
     follows (as per stats SA) :-

          2003                2004                2005                  2006             2007
        213 461              221 938             223 257               231 323          241 414

     With the increased demand for power by the growth of our economy we will project
     the demand based on the average generation over the 5 years to be as follows: -

          2008                2009                2010                 2011              2012
         245866              252395              258924               265453            271982

     The savings requested by Eskom is due to the amount generated which is not
     sufficient to meet projected demand.

     The present 10% savings would in fact result in an increase in demand over the next
     few years. This will directly influence businesses and there will be an increase in the
     time factor to offset the 10% demand. This is how we see it to be in the future based
     on a 2 hour saving :-

           2008             2009                  2010                  2011             2012
         2 hours          2.5 hours          2.5 to 3 hours       3 to 3.5 hours       4 hours

Our solution is based for the industry as our product has the following added value

Pure Sine Wave
This means, clean and stable power in which all electrical items would function
normally. There are modified sine wave inverters but these would not guarantee
that all equipment will work as there are some items that are not compatible with
this kind of wave and over time, would damage the equipment.

Switching over from electricity power to UPS in <4 milli seconds
This ensures that computers and all the other equipment function normally when
the lights go off due to load shedding or any other electrical occurrences thereby
protecting the equipment from unnecessary loss of data or even complete failure.

Automatic reset load switch
In the event the unit is overloaded it would switch off and, once the load is within
operating range, would automatically reset and supply power to all the equipment
for which it was originally intended. This is to protect the batteries and the unit
from unnecessary malfunctions.

UPS sizes vary according to work loads
Every office/work environment will be measured at the distribution board to
determine its electrical consumption and a unit will be installed to handle the
measured work load.

AVR – Automatic Volt Regulator
This controls all the surges that occur in our power supply and keeps a control so
that the equipment will not be subjected to any power surge. This is beneficial when
the normal power is on as this will create a buffer of any surge from Eskom, thus
extending the lifespan of the equipment.
Solar Power enabled
In the event the consumer chooses to be completely environmentally friendly, a solar
panel based on the size of the equipment can be installed to have power to recharge
the batteries. When the batteries are fully charged the power will filter through to
the equipment there by not using the batteries at all. The new price increase will
make this form of electricity very affordable.

Cold Start unit
This is meant that in the event where all the units are switched off and the power
was load-shed, you can start the equipment on the ups and the power consumption
from cold start can be handled by the ups. Most ups’ will not let you switch
anything on if they weren’t operating before the power failed.

Short circuit and Overload protection
Since we install the unit to the distribution board, short circuits will be handled at
the distribution board and as a protection we also have short circuit and overload
protection built in the UPS unit.

Recharging is quick and stable ( recharging 20 amps)
The recharging time, based on the size and number of battery banks is usually fast
and clean as the unit can be personalised to each customers requirements. The
norm is between 20 and 35 amps therefore allowing the unit to charge in the
shortest time and be in readiness for the next shutdown.

No noise, no fuel, no expensive service
Our unit is unlike a generator as there is no irritating loud noise, there are no
expensive fuel bills and guaranteed, no expensive services or unnecessary down time
due to breakdown or maintenance.

The UPS will be installed into the DB by a qualified wireman and a certificate of
compliance will be issued for insurance purposes. This will avoid unnecessary
electricity cables being in walking isles and corridors avoiding electrocution and
possibility of falls. All UPS warning labels will be correctly displayed on the
distribution board cover to avoid accidents

There is choice of maintenance agreements available to suit the consumer.

A warranty of 3 years will be issued with every unit.

A brief history to our Battery.

We are currently using an AGM or starved electrolyte battery. This was invented
by Concorde Battery Corporation in the USA and was classified for a number of
years as it was used in the US defence force for the F/A-18, F-117A (Stealth), and C-
130 and later for the Learjet, Citation.

The battery has a life span of between 5 and 15 years and has a cycle life of over 600
cycles based on the usage.

We are confident that this product will meet your requirements and will be a very
profitable investment to your organization.

We would gladly provide you with a free measurement and quotation at your
                      PRICE LIST (excl VAT)

1)    1.5 kw             R 10 000.00 ( 2 batteries included)
2)    2.0 kw             R 15 500.00 ( 4 batteries included)
3)    2.5 kw             R 15 500.00 ( 4 batteries included)
4)    4.0 kw             R 23 500.00 ( 8 batteries included)
5)    5.0 kw             R 25 500.00 ( 8 batteries included)
6)    6.0 kw             on request
7)    7.0 kw             R 36 000.00 ( 8 x 200ah batteries included )
8)    8.0 kw             on request
9)    9.0 kw             on request
10) 10.0 kw              R 37 500.00 ( 8 x 100ah batteries included)
11) 15.0 kw              R 65 000.00 (20 batteries included)
12) 20.0 kw              R 78 500.00 (20 batteries included)
13) 30.0 kw              on request
14) 60.0 kw              R 245 000.00 (30 x 200ah batteries included)
Prices are determined by the number of battery banks that are required
to carry the load over time.

Prices include all installation wiring and correctly labeling to DB

Larger units can be built to specification

Our calculations are done on KW as opposed to KVA (volt X amps)
As usage is based on kwh (kilowatt hour)

All batteries are AGM or starved electrolyte ( 5 to 15 years life span )

All units 10 kw and under are single phase

All units over 15 kw will be done on 3 phase power

Bulk discounts will apply

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