Thursday, 25 August 2011

Mahindra Powerol Hi-Speed

Mahindra Powerol launches INTELLI Series of Home HUPS / Inverters

Hyderabad, June 22, 2011: Mahindra Powerol launches the most intelligent series – INTELLI Range of HUPS in the 1st Mahindra Powerol HUPS Distributors’ Meet at Novotel, Hyderabad. The conference was attended by Mr.P Palaniappan, Sr. VP, Mr. M Mohanan, VP, Mr. Sachin Nijhawan, Sr. GM & Mr. Narendra Goyal, DGM, HUPS Business and other senior team members from the Powerol Business along with 90 Distributors. The Powerol HUPS team members were also present.

The Intelli series is the most advanced series available in the market today with a feature like real time battery back-up display, which has been introduced for the first time in the field of Home-UPS in India. The New Range will be available in the states of Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Kerala, Maharashtra & Bihar. 

Renowned Illusionist Mr. Satish Deshmukh mesmerised the audience by making the inverter appear out of thin air. All the distributors were briefed on the Mahindra RISE Philosophy, the Business & other parameters like sales, branding, service & quality. The event was followed by prize distribution & entertainment. 

A  Mega draw was  organised for dealers based on Feb’11-May’11 lucky draw results. M/s Sri Sai Enterprises, Kadapa was the lucky winner of a Mahindra Xylo.
Product Information:
Mahindra Powerol  inverters  are the most intelligent inverters available in the market with features like Intelli-charge which comprises of intelligent charging algorithm, holiday mode to save power and also wiring check feature.  These inverters also have key features like Micro controller based design, selectable battery charging option and Audio Alarms Mains Failure / Low Battery / Overload to name a few. Presently, the Powerol Inverters/HUPS are available in 3 series; Eco, Hi-Speed & Intelli. 

These inverters are manufactured in 2 state-of-the-art manufacturing facilities located at Tamil Nadu & Himachal Pradesh. Powerol today has over 90 distributors and 3000 selling points through its dealer network. Mahindra Powerol is also equipped with its own service centers to provide world class service to its customers.

Survive Power Cuts

There's nothing like a good old power cut to prompt you just how reliant on technology we really are. Power Cuts are more than just sitting in the dark. All the appliances stop working which clearly brings all our daily doings to a stop. It is really troublesome to carry out all activities during a power cut. Knowing what to do in a power cut will keep you ahead of time besides it will make life much stress-free when the crisis occurs.

Here are some tips that will help you survive the power cut –

Shut all electrical appliances – Shut the machines from their switches as voltage fluctuation may damage the machine. Keep fridge-freezers plugged in and one small light so you'll know when the power comes back on, but unplug and turn off other unused appliances.

Emergency Lighting – During the night time, it is always advisable to keep candles & solar powered lights handy to light up the house during a power cut. Solar powered appliances are very useful in such situations as well as such appliances conserve electricity.

 Water Safety - Water purification system may not work in a power cut. So it is essential to store bottled water for use as a backup. If bottled water is not obtainable, tap water can be boiled for use.

Take care while using generators – Gasoline powered generators are hazardous if not used with proper caution. Never use them indoors or in close garages that allow the smokes to flow into the house. Use proper electrical cords while operating generators.

Catch a number of amusement activities to pass the Power Cut period – Indulge in some fun activities which include taking up the acoustic guitar, tambourine, drums or wind instruments. If you put your thought to it, you can come up with many more pastimes that do not depend on electricity.
Planning ahead makes emergencies livable. Keep a check on all the tips in advance and survive a power cut without too much annoyance.