• Claire Coleman


EnerGenius DC is a family of modular, high-powered chargers that are purpose-built for industrial and utility environments. Standard configurations range from 25 to 400 amps at 120 or 240 volts DC nominal. Larger custom systems are also available.

EnerGenius DC outperforms line frequency chargers such as SCR: smaller size, lighter weight, higher efficiency, easier field service, lower ripple and faster-responding DC output.

Unlike other switchmode chargers derived from telecommunications power supplies, EnerGenius DC features innovative layered defenses against dirt and electrical transients that enable operation in harsh industrial and utility environments.


Native 3-phase, 380-480 VAC input

Native 3-phase, 3-wire input enables operation on common 380-480 VAC without the stepdown transformer other switchmode chargers need. Operation down to 188 volts or on a single phase continues at reduced output. 95% efficiency and unity power factor consume up to 30% less AC current than conventional chargers of similar output.

Flexible Configurations

EnerGenius DC employs multiple rectifier modules that enable higher current output or internal redundancy.

  • 7 kW Compact/Portable charger employs one rectifier.

  • 14 kW Wallbox employs either one or two rectifiers. Field power upgrade is possible.

  • 56 kW Cabinet system accommodates up to eight hot-swappable rectifiers. Dual AC and/or DC buses are available for increased redundancy and fault tolerance.

  • Systems >56 kW are also available. Contact factory.

Protected From Electromagnetic Threats & Dirt

Charger electronics are fully sealed in Faraday cages, providing protection from electromagnetic fields and dirt. Innovative Forced Conduction™ cooling employs redundant fans and easily serviced air filtration to eliminate the problems of dirt-induced failures common to all prior forced cooled designs.

Modular Design and Redundancy

N+1 redundancy is possible in either the 14 kW or 56 kW systems by installing one more rectifier than is required to meet the base load. Rectifiers are isolated from each other.

Output voltage control is maintained by the rectifiers. If communication to the control panel is lost, voltage output is still maintained. Additional redundancy in the 56 kW cabinet is obtained by specifying independent, dual, 3-phase AC feeds. Dual A/B DC bus output is optional.

For more information about the EnerGenius DC, download the following product information below or contact us at 503-864-3952 or for a quote today!

SENS 111077_Energenius DC_RevD
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SENS 101335_EnerGeniusDC_Wallbox_Manual_
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SENS 101334_EnerGeniusDC_Compact_Manual_
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SENS 101336_EnerGeniusDC_Cabinet_Manual_
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Attention Sales & Service Personnel:

In an effort to continuously improve our commitment to service, whenever you or your customer have a service request on a Thomson Power Systems ATS, please follow the below steps. These steps are required so the manufacturer can efficiently and effectively act on your request for service. It is recommended that warranty terms and limitations be reviewed with your customer upon delivery and commissioning of the ATS so everyone is aware of the terms and limitations. Additional warranty and services can be discussed and agreed to with Thomson at any time but preferably while the product is still under warranty:

  1. Obtain the ATS serial number (mandatory), and site information (customer, location, and site point of contact).

  2. Gather as much information as possible from the customer reporting the issue. Operating conditions at time of fault, nature of failure or fault, etc.

  3. Ask the site contact to text or email, pictures of the controller screen, showing the error messages, LED conditions, etc.

  4. Obtain event log, alarm log, GHC debug file (if possible)

  5. Call 1.888.888.0110 option 1 to speak with a Thomson Service Representative, and send email to with above requested information.

  6. Explain the symptoms that are being reported.

  7. Get a TPS Case Number from the Service Representative (mandatory).

  8. Keep in mind that Thomson Power Systems have a Limited Warranty – the full Warranty Statements are attached but in short they will cover:

  • Labor – maximum of four (4) hours on-site.

  • Travel time and mileage – maximum of four (4) hours travel and 200 km or 125 miles.

Also, if parts are required, even while the ATS is under warranty, Thomson will require you to issue a PO or payment (if you do not have an account with Thomson) for the parts and will only provide a credit once the defective parts are returned for evaluation and deemed to be covered by warranty.

If you have any questions about this or would like to review or discuss options with Thomson, please do not hesitate to contact us and we will make arrangements.

Thomson Warranty Statement 840 870 880,
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Thomson Warranty Statement 910 & 920
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  • Claire Coleman

Why do people become business owners? Is it the rush of getting the sale? Perhaps the potential freedom to choose your own schedule? I'd like to believe it's because we see a need and want to help others fill that need; at least that is the case with Renosa. When my father, David Hammond acquired the business back in 2001, he believed in the companies he was representing and the same belief holds true today.

I can still see him now sitting in his office, always the first up in the morning and the last to go to bed. His desire to help people always driving him to work harder for his customers and provide the best service.

Now 19 years on, that one person business has expanded to four with the added help of my mom, Delia Hammond, my husband, McCord Coleman, and now me, Claire Coleman. The core purpose of the business to not just be a business, but a platform to build and grow relationships with our customers and manufacturers. We are always striving to be better, to do the greatest good, and I think that's important especially now.

We want to be as transparent as possible with our customers and provide the answers they are seeking. In this time of so many unknowns, we want our customers and manufacturers to know we are here for you. Our doors are always open, and we are willing to help in any way we can.

So, how can Renosa help you today? Email us at or call us at 503-864-3952 today!

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