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HPS Power Quality Lab Now Offering Remote Demonstrations

April 18, 2023

HPS Power Quality Lab Now Offering Remote Demonstrations

Hammond Power Solutions is now offering remote demonstrations in the HPS Power Quality Lab. Experience real-time testing of line and load side HPS power quality products via their virtual video system. It would be great to have you in person, but if travel logistics are an obstacle please consider arranging a virtual HPS PQ Lab visit. Arrange your visit

The HPS Power Quality Lab allows customers to experience real time testing of line side HPS power quality products such as transformers, line reactorsactive harmonic filters and passive harmonic filters as well as load side products such as load reactors and different types of dV/dT filters with various cable lengths. The power quality products can run at full load using either 10HP, 25HP and 100HP VFD systems and associated motor/load.

For customers who are not able to visit the HPS PQ lab in person, HPS offers virtual demonstrations via a video monitoring system. Cameras are set up in the lab to allow customers to get the full experience of a demonstration, including interaction with our HPS power quality experts.

HPS Power Quality Lab FAQs

Where is the HPS PQ lab located?

The HPS PQ Lab is located at their Headquarters in Guelph, Ontario, Canada.

What products can be tested in the HPS PQ lab?

The main products that can be tested are line/load reactors, passive harmonic filters, active harmonic filters and dV/dT filters.

How long is a typical session in the lab?

It is expected that a session will typically be completed within 1 hour depending on how many products, sizes and operating conditions are to be addressed.  

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