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Thomson Power Systems

Thomson Power Systems was formed in 1973 and is now one of the leading manufacturers of electrical products and systems for use in the Power Generation Industry. The Company specializes in the design and manufacturing of power generation controls, transfer switches and switchgear for low and medium voltage applications.  They also offer high-quality battery chargers and free-standing load banks.

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Automatic Transfer Switches
Thomson offers a full line of transfer switches from low-cost units for agricultural and commercial applications to fully-featured microprocessor based units for critical facilities. Competitive prices and quick delivery, especially on service entrance rated switches. Closed transition and soft load transfer also available.
Download feature comparison chart
Download model 880 brochure

Generator Controls and annunciators:
Thomson offers several models of integrated controllers and annunciators with advanced features for installation in customer panels.

Paralleling switchgear
The System 2000 product family offers the ultimate in choice. Select the Series 2200 line for all your custom engineered system needs or the Series 2400 product line with the revolutionary PGC 4000 for pre configured applications. Our System 2000 family of products are divided into three application groups, Distributed Generation (DG)  Auto Standby (AS)  Prime Power (PP).
Download GCS Switchgear general brochure

Load Banks
Thomson offers free-standing load banks (radiator mount not available) for installed units and portable testing applications.
Download load bank brochure

Battery Chargers
Thomson offers fully-featured automatic battery charges up to 20 amp and alarm control modules .
Download BCM1220 brochure

Remote Software:
The Thomson Power Systems Remote Communication System provides remote monitoring and control of Thomson Power Systems microprocessor-based controllers as used in the power generation industry

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