Power added solution - Decentralized power generator
Ferraris providing a revolutionary paradigm of efficient electric power generation by the ERR system. We proudly introduce world's first and only ERR system created by Ferraris.
ERR system is designed to be multiple contactless core (Linear power scalability technology) attached to incoming power lines to harness induced electric energy from magnetic energy variation produced from power lines. The harnessed electrical energy then can be stored in the battery to be used when needed or real-time distributed to the load, which means magnetic energy harvesting and using power for load are happened at the same time.
When the ERR system supplying power to low-power factor loads, ERR system can reduce the reactive power (Kvarh) through power factor improvement method. Through experimentation and trial runs using power line current, electrical usage pattern analysis, field environment analysis, application of ERR system has proven its stability in its installation and operation.
The ERR system is normally installed using contactless method on three-phase four-wire power lines (R, S, T, and N). ERR system can be cascade (serially) and/or Parallel connected and is highly scalable with decentralized installation. This scalable feature enables customer decide electric power capacity of ERR system depending on the environment and customer requirement easily. The ERR system uses high density of vehicle battery or Li-Ion battery system. The stored energy inside battery system can be retrieved by PCS (Power Control System) into the building load. PCS can do normal DC to AC conversion progress and other features which are already included in normal UPS system.
For example, the high power lines, such as Commercial building, Server operation company, EV Charging station (Level 3 charging), markets (Whole foods market, Costco, VONS, Ralphs and 7/11 etc.), Cold storage, Frozen foods storage, Factories, Solar farm, Wind farm, and more potential customers can be easily used to harness the magnetic energy constantly from their existing power distribution lines without upgrading power source. Therefore through ERR system, customers can vastly improve electric energy usage efficiency, such as reducing reactive power and improving power factor and so on, ultimately reducing costs from power consumptions over the long run.
The ERR system can added generate high power from a pre-existing electrical power generation system. By installing the ERR system in each of skyscrapers in the city, the energy efficiency can be increased and at the same time generate energy (through harvesting excess magnetic energy) acting as a local power plant.
By increasing the battery capacity used in ERR system, it can be used as a backup power source for the building. Comparison to the traditional diesel backup generators, the ERR system battery produces no fumes or noise, and can quickly switch to providing power from its power reserve in case of power outage while reducing the O&M cost of backup generators. Under assumption that ERR system is installed in 100, 200 or 1,000 different buildings, sudden power outages or shortages arising from emergency situations, the ERR system can be used to provide steady electrical energy to power the building’s load.
This could potentially be used to save lives by providing alternative to medical facility’s backup generators as the network of buildings (Inter-Building Power Energy Network, where Building-to-Building power energy share) using ERR system can support such facilities in the direst circumstances. This is a simple example of ERR system’s future use, and Ferraris envisions further application of its ERR system beyond inter-Building power energy network to an Inter-City Power Energy Network where City-to-City power energy share where a stable emergency power can be provided to the most critical electric infrastructures such as hospitals in state of emergency.
Ferraris have developed ERR system with remote monitoring power and control systems that can simultaneously operate on more 1,000 different sites.