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This is a video of a webcast we did in June 2014. With a great response from our audience, we decided to make the videos available here on our blog so we can gather input for topics and demonstration points for future webcasts. If you wish to participate in an upcoming webcasts, please sign up for our newsletter on the right. Here is a follow up...

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The Advantages of Subcycle Correction & 3DFS Technologies is Clear: 3DFS' patented subcycle correction technology brings stability and reliability to commercial electrical networks. It also provides security and extensive data and analytics, including the real time identification and tracking of any individual load’s power consumption within an electrical network.   Subcycle correction rebuilds the Current and Voltage waveforms in real time, giving the electrical network the flexibility to...

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The time has long come for us to retire our initial promo video. As a company, we have grown past the this representation and have a much clearer value proposition for our current and prospective clients. We will keep the video here on our blog for reference and a fun reminder of how far we have come. There will be a new video coming soon....

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As we work on publishing our most current case studies, we are releasing the performance study that took place on October 21-23, 2013. This study was performed at a water treatment facility in Florida. The VectorQ2 production prototype was installed without interruption to the service and a third party evaluation was conducted by Intelligent Building Solutions, LLC, a company that provides mission critical facility services.   This...

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The performance claims of 3DFS Technology have been met with some skepticism, so as a teaser, here is some data of a North Carolina 3 phase facility’s electrical network at the point in the time (05:45) when the Vector Q2 was turned into its correction mode. The data provided was gathered by a Tektronix PA4000 power analyzer - overseen and verified by a Tektronix senior...

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