top of page


These are the typical applications where TwinSource Rack-Mount Automatic Transfer Switches are being used to avoid operational disruptions of critical loads:

Image by Erol Ahmed


A multinational bank operations center performing critical 7 x 24 operations cannot sustain an outage without substantial losses and disruption to global operations.

Image by Jordan Harrison


A telecommunications site that hosts multitudes of users that cannot go down without loss of revenues and credibility with its customers.

Image by American Public Power Associati



A boiler control system of a power plant supporting a major manufacturing operation that cannot be disabled without substantial cost of recovery and degradation of product quality.

Image by Ashim D’Silva



An air traffic control center where loss of power to computers and display systems poses risks to passenger safety as well as causing flight delays.

Image by Louis Reed


A manufacturing company where loss of power to systems controlling tools, ovens, and apparatus that manufacture intricate microelectronics can cause lost product, delays in shipment, and loss of quality.

In today's fast paced data processing and communications environments, electronic systems operate the central machinery of our financial, manufacturing and service industries' backbones. The on-line availability of these systems is ever more critical. Standalone static transfer switches, static transfer switch/PDU combinations, and now rack-mounted static transfer switches have become the last line of defense against any disruptions to 7x24 availability of these critical sites.

bottom of page