RoseWater Energy Group Releases Hub40 Energy Management Hub for Clean Power and Protection
RoseWater Energy Group announced the release of the new Hub40 Energy Management Hub. The new Hub40, with a side-by-side configuration, is now available to integrators for clean power and protection from power anomalies in large luxury residential projects with extensive sophisticated electronics investments. Networks, security, control systems, lighting, shades, AV systems and any microprocessor-driven appliance or accessory will “perform optimally and last longer when it receives continuous clean power.”
The new Hub40 sports 40 kW of continuous power and like the Hub20 (previously call the SB20 Hub), is a complete solution for clean energy, power conditioning, surge and lightning protection, solar battery storage, home battery backup with remote monitoring and redundant industrial-grade systems.
The Hub40 with 40 kW of continuous power output, double the continuous power output of the original Hub20, gives integrators more critical load capacity, longer backup capabilities and installation flexibility with 52” high cabinets in the side-by-side configuration. Solar integration and supplementary battery storage are also available by adding additional battery cabinets.
The RoseWater Hubs are designed to “provide true Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) functionality with zero transfer time, energy storage for back up, and the ability to harness excess solar power for self-consumption.” When AC input is available, AC power is converted to DC, which is then converted back to AC for use in the critical load panel. When AC input is unavailable, DC battery power is converted to AC with zero transfer time. An intelligent controller module decides when to draw power, and how much power to draw from the AC or DC source. During AC input brownout condition, output power is supplemented by battery power.
Actual power requirements for a project are determined when RoseWater works with the integrator and client to create the Power Plan specific to their project. The two-piece Hub consists of an electronics cabinet with inverters and the Cordex display along with the battery cabinet for energy storage needs.