TAFE Insta Power home UPS launched

Staff Reporter
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It uses innovative technologies to prolong battery life

S. Ramesh, managing director of Transtec Incorporation, (centre) launching TPS Instra Power UPS in Vijayawada on Saturday.
S. Ramesh, managing director of Transtec Incorporation, (centre) launching TPS Instra Power UPS in Vijayawada on Saturday.

The Tractors and Farm Equipment Ltd, Chennai, launched its green inverters for home uninterrupted power and batteries meant for cars and two wheelers in city on Saturday.

TPS Insta Power from TAFE is described as an effective home UPS having features to save energy by preventing losses.

TAFE general manager of sales and marketing G. Ajit Kumar said that their products were made using latest technologies which would help in reducing wastage of energy consumption and pass on the best services to the consumers.

They had used innovative technologies to prolong the battery life as well with the help of micro controller techniques.

Mr. Kumar said that the soft launch of the products was deliberately delayed till the end of the summer season as the problem of power cuts was not intense this season due to various reasons.

Mr. Kumar said that in the coming rainy season, there were expected to be power cuts and the demand would be there for inverters for home use.

Moreover, many people would like to have home UPS to meet various needs including the need to have air conditioning.

Good savings

Sarvepalli Ramesh, managing director of Transtec Incorporation, authorised dealers for AP, said that the ultra light toroidal transformer used in the Insta Power product would effectively prevent energy losses and ensure good savings.

The cost of these transformers was high but they were being used to add value to the product, he added.

Transtec director (marketing) K. Kailashnath said that their Insta Power product would not create any noise and there would be no rumbling sounds and the maintenance would also be very easy.

Mr. Kailashnath informed that their products were reasonably priced in tune with the market competition and that their products would come at competitive prices while offering more features.



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