Auto Change Over Panels

Kesher Automation is a leading manufacturer and exporter of auto change over panels (ACPs) in Ahmedabad, India. we have been in the business for over 20 years and have a wide range of ACPs to choose from.

Auto changeover panels (ACPs) are an essential part of any critical infrastructure, as they can help to prevent costly downtime and ensure that operations can continue even in the event of a power outage.

ACPs work by automatically switching between two power sources, such as the mains and a standby generator. This means that if the mains power fails, the ACP will seamlessly switch to the backup generator, ensuring that there is no disruption to power supply.

ACPs are typically used in critical industries such as healthcare, manufacturing, and data centers, where even a short power outage can have a significant impact. In these settings, ACPs can help to protect critical equipment and data, as well as ensure the safety of employees and patients.

In addition to preventing downtime, ACPs can also help to reduce the risk of damage to equipment due to power surges or voltage fluctuations. This is because ACPs typically have built-in protection devices that can help to mitigate these risks.

Overall, ACPs are a valuable tool for ensuring the reliability and continuity of critical infrastructure. By automatically switching between two power sources, ACPs can help to prevent downtime, protect equipment, and ensure the safety of people and data.

Benefits of using Kesher Automation’s an ACP :

  • Continuous power supply in the event of a mains power failure
  • Reduced risk of damage to equipment due to power outages
  • Increased safety and reliability
  • Peace of mind knowing that your critical systems will be up and running even if the power goes out

An automatic changeover panel (ACP) is a type of electrical panel that is used to automatically switch between two power sources. The most common use for an ACP is to switch between the mains power and a standby generator. This allows for continuous power supply in the event of a mains power failure.

ACPs typically consist of the following components :

  • A transfer switch: This is the component that actually switches between the two power sources.
  • A control panel: This panel contains the controls for the transfer switch, as well as any other monitoring or alarm devices.
  • Protection devices: These devices protect the ACP and the connected equipment from overloads, short circuits, and other electrical hazards.

ACPs can be used in a variety of applications:

  • Commercial buildings
  • Industrial facilities
  • Hospitals
  • Data centers
  • Emergency response facilities

The cost of an ACP will vary depending on the size, features, and manufacturer. However, in general, ACPs are a relatively affordable way to ensure continuous power supply. Call us today.