Princeton Power Systems triples capacity for energy storage systems

Princeton, N.J., January 25, 2011 — Princeton Power Systems announces the opening of a new facility in Princeton, New Jersey, dedicated to manufacturing inverters and energy storage systems for alternative energy including solar, wind power and smart grid applications.

The headquarters building on Washington Road will continue to house the administrative and corporate functions, as well as an expanded engineering and high-power testing facility.

The new 10,000 square foot manufacturing facility contains floors capable of assembling 90” inverter cabinets, and an assortment of labs, including an inverter test lab, a printed circuit board lab, a high-power distribution room, a Variable Speed Drive test and assembly lab, a machine shop, and various offices.

A compliance test lab in the new building will render PPS the ability to certify compliances through TUV, CSA, and other agencies. In addition, the new lab will integrate Value Stream Mapping, leveraging technology such as recirculation, and a Corrective Action Process to increase the efficiency and improve test and manufacturing capabilities.

The new facility will also service production of Princeton Power’s line of military-qualified variable speed drive products.

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