Awards & Highlights

Product Awards & Recognition:

Falcon Electric’s products have a reputation for engineering excellence and high reliability. Industry experts have given us their highest recommendation. Control Engineering magazine's 2013 Engineers' Choice-Honorable Mention was awarded to our 40 Amp Hour battery Bank. EC&M Magazine selected Falcon as a 2013 Category Winner. GCN magazine selected the SSG-RP UPS as August 2011 Product of the Month. Users worldwide read our technical articles for their educational value--our UPS Tutorial has been EE Times Europe’s “most read article” in power management.

  • “Falcon Electric makes the best UPSes available, so we’ve standardized on them. What’s good enough for NATO, Lucent and General Atomics, is good enough for us.”

  • "Falcon's SSG-RP is a UPS with brains and brawn...the Navy SEAL of the UPS world..."

  • “If your work is worth anything, it’s worth protecting with a UPS, and Falcon is the best I know of. Highly recommended.”

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Why Do Customers Prefer Falcon?

  • L-3 Communications

    “…I was faced with a delivery dilemma…and their engineers bent over backwards to help me out. My deadline was met, on time and on budget.”

  • Allis Chalmers Energy

    “…(Falcon’s) UPSes take quite a beating; however, they work flawlessly—unlike other electronic equipment that can’t operate in harsh environments.”

  • Water Services Division, City of Aurora, Colorado

    “the Falcons we have been using are rock solid and we have been very happy with them.”

  • CIS Secure Computing

    “Falcon Electric is one of the best suppliers we have worked with in some time. Their engineering support has been superb throughout the entire project...”

  • El Paso Water Utility

    “…the instruments plugged into the “Smart-UPS” failed the test run and that the only equipment completely unaffected by the power event was the one plugged into the Falcon.”