Welcome to VisBis

VisBis is  the subsidiary of Luminatek company in the business of helping other companies develop products. Our engineers have many years of experience in a wide variety of fields. We now concentrate on helping other companies engineer their power needs--batteries, power supplies, inverters and D.C. to D.C. converters.

We not only engineer products, but we also manufacture products both in Utah and in China. This helps our customers and keeps us in lasting, long term relationships with both our customers and our factories.  We are truing to be cost effective and sell our products to smallest mark up. Very often we modify our existing products to your needs. For our buyers from North America, please go to Powerstream website.


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Charging SLA (Lead Acid battery) -basics

Charging SLA (Lead Acid battery) -basics

The lead acid chemistry is fairly tolerant of overcharging, which allows marketing organizations to get to extremely cheap chargers, even sealed lead acid batteries can recycle the gasses produced to prevent damage to the battery as long as the charge rate is slow. We offer a range of char
Voltages and plug styles used in different countries.

Voltages and plug styles used in different countries.

Please note that some countries have changed their standards, and some have multiple standards. This is not absolute knowledge, but rather for references only. Normally outlet standards heavily regulated by safety authorities in each specific country.
 Calculator for Watts solar panels with No Load Voltage (= Vnl) and Short Circuit Current (Isc

Calculator for Watts solar panels with No Load Voltage (= Vnl) and Short Circuit Current (Isc

This is very simple calculator for wattage characterization of solar panels with No Load Voltage (= Vnl) and Short Circuit Current (Isc)
CFL and UV lights usage

CFL and UV lights usage

In the new era of LED (Light Emitting Diodes), most of consumers start forgetting CFL (Compact Fluorescent Lamp) & CCFL (Cold Cathode Fluorescent Lamp). ...apparently fluorescent tubes received second life.

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