Staco Energy Products announces new product: Stacotap

April 7, 2015

Staco Energy Products, one of the longest lasting innovators of Power Quality and Voltage Control technologies in the world, announced today that they’ve released a new Tap Switch Voltage Regulator and Power Conditioner called the StacoTAP.   

“The StacoTAP is an electronic, microprocessor controlled design to work in dusty and damp environments,” says Paul Heiligenberg, Business Development Manager, of Staco Energy Products. “The StacoTAP is continuously rated and applied to provide stabilized voltage to industrial, commercial and public infrastructure applications where devices need continuous stable electrical supply.” 

General Highlights on the StacoTAP:

• 120-600 Volt, up to 500 kVA

• Very low cost of ownership due to efficiency and virtually maintenance-free operation

• 1 – 2 cycle full correction time

• 1½% continuous output voltage regulation

Staco Energy Products Company manufactures voltage control, VAR compensation, uninterruptible power supplies and engineered power quality solutions.   For more than 75 years, customers worldwide have relied on Staco as their dependable source for standard and tailored solutions to a wide range of electrical power problems.  Headquartered in Miamisburg, Ohio, Staco Energy Products is a wholly owned subsidiary of Components Corporation of America, located in Dallas, Texas. 

If you would like more information about this topic, please contact Libby Seder at 937.253.1191 x212 or email at sederl@stacoenergy.com.

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