Green Cubes (formerly branded as UNIPOWER) To Exhibit at BATTCON 2016 May 10-12, Boca Raton, FL

Green Cubes is excited to be exhibiting a BATTCON 2016.  

The BATTCON Stationary Battery Conference and Trade Show will hold its 20th annual event Tuesday, May 10 to Thursday, May 12, 2016 at the Boca Raton Resort in Boca Raton, Florida, with preconference seminars on May 9. This internationally recognized forum for stationary battery users is focused on the design, selection, application and maintenance of stationary battery systems. The event annually draws record numbers of attendees for four days of professional development and networking.

Green Cubes provides critical solutions to data centers, nuclear, telecom, and utility industry professional working in any mission critical facility who are involved in the development of stationary batteries and related equipment.
Green Cubes will be exhibiting the Guardian 2U at this year’s exhibit. Guardian Access 2U is a 2RU high 19” rack-mounted, integrated DC power system providing an output of -48VDC. These systems can accommodate up to 3 Guardian family high efficiency hotswap rectifiers. A total load current of 100A / 5.4kW is available with battery charge current up to 65A in addition. The rectifiers are internally fan cooled with speed control which is a function of load and temperature, keeping acoustic noise to a minimum.

Come visit us at booth 703. We look forward to meeting you.

To arrange a meeting with a member of the Green Cubes team at BATTCON, contact Tom Johnson tom.johnson@greencubes.com or 954-905-1075.


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