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Richard Gray’s Got Enough Power for Everyone
The PowerVault provides peace of mind whether the power's out -- or not.
Richard Gray’s PowerVault is a power conditioner, uninterruptable power supply (UPS) and long-duration backup solution all in one
September 05, 2007 by Rachel Cericola

Why worry about power only when it’s out? Richard Gray’s Power Company says their new PowerVault can keep all of your electronics running smoothly regardless of what’s going on with your local utilities.

The PowerVault is a whole-house uninterruptible power supply (UPS), a power conditioner, and a long-duration backup device all rolled into one powerful package.

Whether rain, sleet or rolling brownouts, this unit has got you covered. It delivers a 120- or 240-volt output regardless of the input. No restarts or reboots necessary. Nice days aren’t so bad either, since it has the added benefits of an RGPC 1200C for noise removal.

It’s designed to live free of you’re A/V equipment, in a basement or closet. That means you won’t have to sacrifice rack space or deal with fan noise. It can also live free of power, working with generators, windmills or solar panels. The PowerVault even stores excess power that’s created during peak generating ties, allowing you to have power when needed, not just when nature supplies it.

It’s available now, but it’s not cheap at $24,500. Like replacing all of your A/V would be?

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Rachel Cericola - Contributing Writer
Over the past 15 years, Rachel Cericola has covered entertainment, web and technology trends. Check her out at

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