Lets's Talk Computers - Powermate  September 6, 2003
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Interview on September 6, 2003
Emergency Power     Guest: Tony Weir
Coleman Powermate is a leading manufacturer of portable and standby generators, air compressors and pressure washers. Recent interruptions in our power sources lead small business owners to investigate emergency power sources. Most business owners and home users have their computers on surge protectors and uninterruptible power supplies, but a UPS only works for so long and then you have the rest of the office to stumble through in the dark.

Tony Weir, Product Manager for Powermate discusses the use of power generators and power stations to run your office or home during power interruptions.
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