Product presentation

The SAFE equipment can operate in three basic modes:

1- SAFE as an energy load manager in on-grid systems, with or without renewable energy generation.

In this case the customer (domestic, commercial or industrial) maintains the system connected to the conventional grid, and may or may not have the possibility of generating energy from renewable sources.
In this way, the SAFE equipment manages the customer's energy load, making it possible to simultaneously supply energy from all possible combinations of these energy sources:
(i) only from the grid;
(ii) from the grid and/or other AC sources;
(iii) from the grid and/or other AC sources and/or renewable sources;
(iv) from the grid and/or other AC sources and/or renewable sources and/or from a battery;

All this for the programmable supply of the load and/or storage for subsequent consumption, guaranteeing the non-existence of what are known as "zero point" micro-interruptions, with a programmable voltage range from 12 to 900 V, battery charge-discharge cycle control (battery regeneration), and the programming of the real-time automatic purchase of energy from the conventional grid system at the desired times.

2- SAFE as the energy load manager in off-grid systems

In this case the customer (domestic, commercial or industrial) has the possibility of installing one or more renewable energy generating sources. A Detailed Energy Study (DES) of the customer's needs and load curve makes it possible to design the appropriate renewable energy generating system to produce sufficient power to guarantee self-consumption and disconnection from the conventional grid.

Additionally, and as a way of over-guaranteeing supply in the event of demand peaks or excessive, unplanned consumption, it is possible to install a gas or fuel powered genset (micro-generation) to solely operate at times when there is an energy storage shortage or an alarm is triggered. In this scenario, 100% of the energy is self-produced, and there is therefore no conventional energy bill given the fact that the system is disconnected from the utility company.

3- . SAFE as an Uninterruptible Power Supply System

As an Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS), SAFE becomes a device that, in the event of a power cut for a limited period of time, powers all devices connected to the grid, whilst improving the quality of the power supplied to the loads: filtering voltage sags and surges and eliminating grid harmonics.

When operating in UPS mode, the SAFE equipment powers those loads known as "critical loads", such as medical, industrial or computing equipment requiring a non-stop, high-quality power supply in order to remain in operation at all times and with no faults (voltage sags or surges). By preventing power cuts and faults (micro-cuts, electrical noise, etc.) in the computing system, the following will be avoided:

(i) information destruction (corrupted files))
(ii) infrastructure damage (premature hardware failures)
(iii) production stoppages
(iv) generation of losses


The enclosure is that of a standard sized conventional domestic appliance, to ensure that it can blend easily into any household, business or industrial environment.

The SAFE equipment bears the Product CE marking, and test certificates from the Energy Technology Institute (ITE), auditing compliance with the harmonised electrical safety standards and electromagnetic compatibility, whilst it is industrially protected through international patent application PCT processed through the European Patent Office.

The systems in operation at different types of customers have shown energy bill savings of between 30 to 80%.