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A LEGACY OF INNOVATION UNVEILS: THE POWER SONIC PULSE 

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05 Jul, 2024

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Welcome to the future of energy management with the Power Sonic Pulse. Featuring an inverter, solar controller, and high-performance battery packs, the Pulse sets a new standard for efficiency and sustainability. Imagine effortlessly capturing, storing, and optimizing energy on-site. Whether connected to solar panels, renewable sources, or operating independently, the Pulse ensures a reliable energy supply. Join us as we introduce this groundbreaking solution, built on over 50 years of global energy innovation. 

What is the Power Sonic Pulse?

The Power Sonic Pulse stands as an advanced battery energy storage system (BESS). Offering two model options that are designed to provide energy on demand, engineered for easy installation, and suitable for a wide range of applications, ensuring there’s an ideal option for every energy user. Both systems have a modular design allowing you to customize the configuration to perfectly match your energy needs, providing a sophisticated and adaptable solution for various environments. Pulse serves as dependable backup power, ensuring seamless, uninterrupted operation of appliances and devices even in the face of a power outage. 

Beyond its role as backup power, Pulse functions as an intelligent battery that can redefine your daily energy habits and lead to significant cost savings. With Pulse, you have the power to choose when to utilize stored energy, sell excess energy back to the grid, reduce grid dependence during peak hours, and more, revolutionizing your approach to energy management and daily consumption. 

Image 1: The Power Sonic Pulse

Two Models, Multiple Benefits

Pulse All-In-One

Model 1: The Power Sonic Pulse All-In-One is a versatile system designed for use in various settings, such as homes, cabins, offices, or RVs, to supply power to critical circuits or off-grid dwellings. It is particularly suited for applications that require continuous operation such as medical devices, freezers, refrigeration, and sump pumps.  

The Pulse All-In-One model offers expandable capacity, ranging from 5 kWh to 15 kWh, achieved simply by adding stackable batteries. 

Image 2: The Power Sonic Pulse All-In-One System

Pulse Whole Home

Model 2: The Power Sonic Pulse Whole Home is a wall-mountable, modular system tailored for comprehensive total home energy solutions. It is perfect for applications aiming to utilize renewable energy sources to supply power to their entire building, light commercial space, or off-grid remote home. 

With storage capacities ranging from 5 kWh to 75 kWh, users can efficiently store surplus energy for critical moments and enjoy uninterrupted energy supply for longer without realizing when the power goes out. 

Image 3: The Power Sonic Pulse Whole Home System

Key Features of The Power Sonic PULSE:

  • Seamless Integration: Power Sonic Pulse seamlessly integrates with existing solar panel setups or can be seamlessly incorporated into your electrical system as a standalone unit.
  • Modular Design: With its modular design and two-model options, Pulse ensures that your system is precisely tailored to meet your application and energy requirements. You can expand its capacity at any time as your power requirements increase.
  • Intelligent Energy Management: Through advanced smart technology, the Power Sonic Pulse optimizes energy usage, ensuring maximum efficiency and significant cost savings. You can choose whether to prioritize backup power or grid independence.
  • Reliable Backup Power: Gain peace of mind during power outages with Power Sonic Pulse’s reliable backup power capabilities, keeping your essential appliances running smoothly.
  • Advanced Technology: Pulse utilizes cutting-edge technology to efficiently capture, store, and optimize renewable energy sources such as solar power.
  • Optimized Energy Usage: The Pulse optimizes solar energy usage, reduces grid dependence during peak hours, and seamlessly integrates with existing generators for extended run times.
  • Cost Savings: By reducing reliance on expensive grid electricity during peak hours, protecting home appliances from grid instabilities, and implementing efficient energy use strategies, the Power Sonic Pulse helps save costs in the long run.

Join the Battery Energy Storage System Revolution

The market for BESS is growing exponentially. In the US alone the market is set to grow by 21.7% from 2024 until 2030 reaching a market value of $4.74 Billion (USD).    

Embrace the future of energy with the Pulse and unlock its full potential to power your tomorrow. Make Power Sonic Pulse your choice today and transform your energy management into a pathway to a smarter, cleaner future, where savings are just the beginning. 

Welcome to the future of energy storage, welcome to the Power Sonic Pulse. Join the revolution and power your tomorrow! 

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Petrie said Soft Landing partnered with many progressive councils and retailers to provide Australians with an accessible mattress collection and recycling service but there was still much to do. “Australians are saying they’ll use mattress recycling services if they’re available — so why not give them the chance?”

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Roberts-Frost added that collaboration between ABSC-approved recyclers like Soft Landing, retailers and local councils was vital. “These partnerships will not only help reduce the number of mattresses ending up in landfills but also support consumers who are keen to make environmentally responsible choices,” she said.

“By working together, manufacturers, retailers and councils can play a pivotal role in creating a more sustainable future for the mattress industry.”

To view the full Mattresses Matter – Sustainability Survey Report, visit: https://softlanding.com.au/mattressesmatterreport/.

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