Eltek and SENS form strategic alliance for industrial markets
Companies to jointly provide advanced DC power solutions to power generation, transmission & distribution, and industrial controls markets.
FT. LAUDERDALE, FL - May 22, 2012 - Eltek and SENS
(Stored Energy Systems LLC), the U.S. leader in high-quality industrial DC power systems, today announced a new strategic alliance. The companies will collaborate to provide ruggedized DC power systems based on Eltek's, high-efficiency and scalable switchmode power conversion technology to demanding industrial customers. The companies made today's announcement at the Battcon Stationary Battery Conference and Trade Show.
Eltek, with Americas headquarters in Richardson, TX, is a leading global supplier of high-efficiency power converters to the communications industry. SENS, of Longmont, CO is a highly respected supplier to key industrial markets, providing best-in-class industrial battery chargers and DC power systems. Under the new alliance, SENS will integrate Eltek's core Flatpack 2 rectifier and Smartpack controller products into DC systems hardened for the rigors of industrial environments, focusing primarily on the power generation, power transmission & distribution and industrial controls markets.
Executives of the two companies see strong synergies that will enable them jointly to deliver new value to industrial users. "SENS is renowned in the industrial sector for providing the most innovative and reliable DC power systems coupled with exceptional customer service," said David Leal, Eltek Vice President of Sales for North America. "We are excited to work with them to build our industrial business."
Doug Kaewert, COO of SENS said, "Eltek is the clear leader in modular, high-efficiency rectifiers. Eltek technology will enable us to complement our existing product line with new high-value systems offering features such as N+1 redundancy, best-in-class efficiency and high power in a small footprint."
Eltek and SENS are both exhibiting at Battcon this week. The companies will make specific product announcements later in 2012.