The universal opt is an intelligent energy management module that combines highly innovative Olmatic Power Tracking with essential core functions of our S.USV series . Thanks to a modular design, the module can be customized at any time. By using the universal, you can save >30% energy to every electronic consumer at conventional power source. In combination with renewable energy, you can even achieve a maximum self-sufficiency of 100% in the energy sector. In contrast to conventional energy management systems, it is characterized above all by the additional networking of the smart grid at the supply level, which enables continuous power regulation (0-100) and power distribution.

  1. Dynamic load shift
  2. Dynamic prioritization of specific inputs and outputs
  3. Dynamic power regulation of specific inputs and outputs
  4. Dynamic disconnection and connection of specific inputs and outputs
  5. Dynamic distribution of existing power to required power


Reach 100% self-sufficiency through this combination!

Energy is a central concept of the natural sciences and plays a central role in all areas of physics, technology, chemistry, biology and economics. People use this energy in a variety of ways and in various forms of energy, such as kinetic energy, chemical energy or electrical energy. According to the energy conservation law, the total energy of a closed system remains constant over the entire period and can neither be increased nor reduced. In order to use the energy available to us with a maximum possible efficiency, this maximum amount X of energy must be distributed dynamically and intelligently to the individual energy consumers of the system.

The prime example of such an Energy Management System is the development of humans and their human organism, in which all components are networked with each other via a central nervous system of nerve fibers and bloodstreams and thereby realize an optimal energy metabolism. The original source of energy of each life – the solar radiation – chemically stored in a transformed form, must release by the body again and convert into mechanical energy – muscular movement. The body needs this energy for the basic functions of life support – heartbeat, breathing, digestion, brain activity, maintaining body temperature and physical activity. Again, the maximum amount of X energy which our energy stores provides must always be dynamically and intelligently distributed between each energy consumer to maintain the basic life support functions. The intelligence of the central nervous system decides, based on empirical values ​​and real-time analyzes, which energy consumers are regulated in their performance and which are increased – e.g. how much blood the heart must pump to the working muscles. By doing so, an energy metabolism is achieved with the highest efficiency and without losses.

The identical functional scheme is used by the highly innovative Olmatic Power Tracking method (short “OPT“) based on electrical energy in all electronic systems in industrial and private applications. To illustrate a direct example, robotics systems that have already implemented the Energy Management System in the form of OPT are used. For this purpose, a central control unit forms the central nervous system required in the example “human”, which realizes the distribution of the maximum available energy amount X by the power modules to the individual energy consumers within the system through the software implementation of an Artificial Intelligence. As a result, individual system components or “nerve cords and bloodstreams” can be regulated in their performance and the resulting energy distributed to other components. For here too, the law of energy conservation applies – the energy available is always constant and can neither be increased nor reduced. Insofar as individual components are reduced in terms of energy consumption, the energy they generate must be redistributed to other components in order to achieve maximum efficiency and thereby maximize energy savings. The resulting added value is obvious – further uses of surplus energy in the form of Energy Sharing and enormous cost savings for all electrical consumers. The use of the Olmatic Power Tracking achieves on average of >30% energy savings in comparison to conventional methods and, with an optimal design in the use of Regenerative Energy sources, achieves up to 100% self-sufficiency.

To use the available energy via regenerative or conventionally in a closed system in the most effective way, without losing energy in the form of loss performance, the Olmatic Power Tracking provides appropriate technologies and systems to dynamic distribution of services based on prioritisation and regulation of energy and consumer sources. This means that with optimal design in the use of renewable energy sources up to 100% self-sufficiency and in the use of conventional energy sources, we achieve an average of >30% energy savings compared to conventional energy management systems. This is realized by looking at each existing input, as well as output, specifically and can be switched off or regulated in its performance, according to programmable prioritization. By integrating the OPT directly in the supply line, sources and consumers can always be viewed and treated specifically, making the products compatible with any platform and consumer.

The S.USV series can bridge the gap between single-board computers and Industry 4.0. The intelligent, uninterrupted energy supply is equipped with state-of-the-art technology and is designed for state-of-the-art industrial applications of your single-board computer and embedded systems. In addition, the S.USV is an intelligent power bank and can also be operated purely via battery if required. State-of-the-art LiFePO4 accumulators of modern technology are used specifically to meet the high demands and specifications of the industry. Intelligent battery management systems have been implemented to ensure the safety and long lifespan, providing a comprehensive monitoring system in addition to thermal management.


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