The ISS PowerStat is a battery-powered backup power source built into a heavy-duty, weather-resistant and vibration-resistant rolling road case.
Being battery-operated it can silently and immediately run indoors where solid or liquid fuel-powered generators cannot, the company says.
The PowerStat isn’t going to run a big transmitter or a facility but it can run computers, smaller electrical equipment and critical components in emergencies or in remote locations.
According to Information Station Specialists — which sells low-power transmitters, advisory signs and related gear for roadside radio systems — the PowerStat’s swappable gel battery packs can recharge in app. 10 hours. Power output is estimated to be 160 AH and 1,800 watts. It also outputs a clean 120 VAC sine wave.
The unit weighs 210 pounds and is 23 inches x 28.25 inches x 30.5 inches.