ABOUT UNIQUE ELECTRONICS
Unique Electronics Marketing Enterprise was registered on the 6th September 2000. And became the Exclusive Authorized Distributor in Trinidad & Tobago W.I. for the BREAKERMATIC Surge Protectors. Domestic, Commercial and Industrial.
Unique Electronics Marketing Enterprise was changed to a corporate company and renamed, Unique Electronics Marketing Company Limited and was duly registered on the 11th June 2010.
Our main operation is in power solution in which customers are given advise in the protection of their valuable equipment in respect to voltage surges and other abnormalities which occur in their power supply.
The mission of Unique Electronics Marketing Company Limited is to consistently provide our customers with high quality, latest technological safety products, and to ensure Customer Satisfaction.
OUR BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Mr. Alpheus Williams, Chairman
Mr. Allan Houllier, Managing Director
Ms. Allana Houllier, Secretary
Ms. Lisa Williams
Mr. Sean Williams
Mr. Alpeus Williams Jr.
Mr. Khris Houllier
What is an electronic protector?
The BREAKERMATIC electronic protectors are designed to protect appliances against harmful high, low and ' sharp peaks ' in voltages, and blackouts. The protector switches the appliance off whenever a harmful voltage condition is detected. Depending on specific applications, the protectors could include additional features like high voltage transient suppressers, delay on make timers and phases sequence and unbalance detectors. An electronic protector for refrigerators must protect against low and high voltages, and it must include a delay timer of 3 minutes in order to effectively prevent damages to the refrigerators.
Why is it important to use a Breakermatic Voltage Protector?
Commonly, the electrical supply voltage suffers variations caused by changes in the demand. The failures in any branch or sector of the distribution system will also cause changes in the steady-state voltage at the branches or sector in the neighborhood of the affected sector. Failure on the neutral conductor is another source of voltage rise and drop. In many cases, these voltage variations may reach harmful levels causing damages by overheating. The short blackouts and brownouts also cause problems to the equipment electrical system, whereby affecting the necessary conditions for restarts, e.g.: Compressors, Electrical pumps, etc. Finally, the continuous switching of the reactive loads cause several voltage transients that could reach sensitive appliances plugged-in.