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RS-200

BRT is introducing the RS-200™, a power conditioning technology that is designed to optimize your home power, thereby saving you on average 6 to 12% on your electric bill, and as high as 25% in some cases.

But that's not all!

The RS-200™ not only will lower your Electric Bill, but it will also increase the life of all the electric motors in your home or business by up to 80% as well as providing power surge protection.

Even better, our RS-200™ in most cases will be a better return on investment than any stock on Wall Street!

Let’s take a look at some numbers.

Say on average your power bill is $120 a mouth. Now if you were to save, let’s say 10% with our RS-200, that would equal a $12 dollar saving per mouth, or $144 per year! So your investment to purchase our RS-200™ would be paid for in less than 21 mouths. That is around a 50% return on your investment per year! Try to find a stock that will give you that kind of return.

Beyond the money you will save on your power bill, electric motors lasting longer and added surge protection, you will also be helping our environment by reducing power consumption, which is good for everyone.

Here is a CBS 46 News Report on this technology. 

 The unit in the report is the same technology as our units.

The RS-200™ works with up to 200 amps systems; usually a home will only needs 1 unit.

If you are unsure, check your panel box. If your main breaker is 200 amps or less you should be good to go.

If it is more, just contact us and we will gladly help you with you specify requirements, and get you saving power too!

 

We sell power save devices for residential, industrial and commercial needs. The installation is in most cases very simple but we always recommended that an electrician install it. The device has an expected live span of twenty years or more, and can certainly be considered an investment in the needs and future of your home.

 

 

 

 

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