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The patented solid state electromagnetic reactor captures and stores the distorted, wasted power and transforms it back into usable power and then releases it in a controlled manner as the loads require. The BPU continuously improves the quality of the power running throughout your building thereby allowing equipment to run more efficiently. Electrical equipment runs cooler thereby increasing service life, reducing maintenance, and reducing total life cycle costs.


The BPU™ employs a multifaceted approach to impact Power Quality enabling levels of improvement that are otherwise not possible. This energy management system is complimented by using the highest standard of active harmonic filtration and controlled capacitors providing significantly improved power factor correction. Additionally, the BPU™ features a variable controller system that allows it to respond to changing loads. When added to your existing electrical system, this single device provides enhancements to your Power Quality in a manner that lowers your electric bill.

We Are Unique

The BPU™ is in a league of its own due to its ability to address poor Power Quality issues within a single unit allowing it to be cost and space competitive. Basic Power is proud to display and compare the BPU™ against all other would be competitors. The BPU™ is more than a couple of capacitors in a box. It is more than a series of circuit boards linked together. It is more than a power factor correction unit or surge suppressor and harmonic mitigation device. The BPU™ is a solid-state electronic device with no moving parts or microprocessor control. The key to the BPU™ and its kWh savings lies within the patented Iterative Control Transformer/Reactor Core and the ability of the unit to respond to changing conditions and control all the other devices within this system. The first BPU™ photo in the carousel shows a residential model for large residences. The various components of the BPU™ are shown in the comparison below.




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