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    Introducing New Manufacturing Partner for FAST Switchboards & Power Panels

    Butcher Power Products Authorized Distributor

    Bay Power is proud to announce we are now an Authorized Distributor for Butcher Power Products, a leading manufacturer of Low Voltage UL891 Switchboards & UL67 Power Panels. This partnership brings together Bay Power's extensive expertise in finding solutions for electrical distribution and Butcher Power Products' manufacturing capabilities to offer customers unparalleled access to high-quality electrical components with reduced lead times.

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    Invertek Drives - VFD Solutions

    Invertek Drives VFDs

    Invertek Drives offers a range of VFDs designed to provide reliable and efficient power solutions for various industries, from water treatment to HVAC, to help optimize energy efficiency, reduce maintenance costs, and improve overall performance. 

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    The Milbank Meter Socket

    Milbank Meter Socket

    Meter sockets are an essential electrical system component, but many people don't know what they are or how they work. They are responsible for measuring the amount of electricity that your home uses and sending that information to your utility company for billing purposes.

    Understanding meter sockets is important for homeowners and business owners alike. Whether you need to replace a faulty meter socket or want to upgrade your electrical system, it's essential to have a basic understanding of what they are and how they work. In this article, we'll take a closer look at meter sockets and their importance in the electrical system. 

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    Powersmiths Transformers

    Powersmiths Transformers

    Powersmiths is the pioneer and industry leader in delivering Lowest Life Cycle Cost. Powersmiths offers a range of products, including E-Saver OPAL transformers that can be ordered from Bay Power.  E-saver transformers exceed DOE 2016 minimum requirements and deliver Lowest Life Cycle Cost performance. Transformers are provided with a 32-Year Performance Guarantee. Each transformer on the project is provided with an ISO-17025 Certified Efficiency Test Lab Report to validate No Load Losses do not exceed very low published values. Additional Sound Test provided to validate a minimum 3 dB less than ST-20 Standards.   

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    Current Global State of Electrical Components Supply Chain

    The electrical component supply chain is a complex network of suppliers and manufacturers that work together to provide the electrical components necessary for producing electrical goods. The global state of the electrical component supply chain has been in a state of flux for the past few years due to the disruption from the COVID-19 pandemic and trade embargos.

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    Solar-Ready Solutions

    Solar-Ready Solutions In Stock at Bay Power

    Are you a solar contractor looking for a reliable source for solar-ready panels, main panel upgrades, load centers, disconnects, main breakers, and other parts? We are a GE Authorized Industrial Solutions Distributor and provide complete solar-ready solutions, quickly - we have all the components sitting on our shelves, ready to assemble and ship. Avoid the long wait times that are currently plaguing the industry! Give us a call today! 

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    Bay Power Saves Money and Energy for Oil and Gas Customers

    Electrical issues in the oil and gas industry can crop up in a variety of ways. One major concern for many companies is that old technology combined with inefficient motors that have no speed control often results in a lot of wasted energy leading to high energy costs. Since these operations are usually at the end of the electrical line, they commonly experience issues with “dirty power”: voltage variations, frequency variations, and insufficient voltage. These drops or surges in power can result in sine wave distortions or power disruptions that drive up costs and reduce system capacity.

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    Throwaway Motors: Assessing the Costs of Repair Vs. Replacement

    Do you have a strategy for dealing with electric motor failure? If not, you could be losing thousands of dollars in ineffective solutions, downtime, and employee hours. At some companies, the strategy is a simple breakpoint: anything below 50 or 75 HP gets replaced, and anything above that gets repaired. These smaller motors are often referred to as throwaway motors.

    But is there really such a thing as a throwaway motor? Is it always more cost effective to replace a smaller motor rather than repairing it?

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