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The World's First

All-In-One DC Distribution System

High and Low-Voltage DC (12V DC - 450V DC)

Centralized and Decentralized Drivers

Intelligent Controls and Automation

Cence HV transmitter and receiver

Cence DC power distribution systems bring
electrical infrastructure into the future

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Cence saves Scotiabank 43% in opex for the front foyer of a Toronto branch.

Cence saves EllisDon 30% in opex for ED Modular's residential suites.

Cence saves HH Angus 30% in opex for one of their office spaces in Toronto.


It's time; DC power can replace AC power in many applications. Cence specializes in providing low and high-voltage DC power to lighting, telecom and data centers.

Product Ecosystem

Our DC power products include high and low-voltage DC power distribution product suites, and smart controls. Everything can be monitored and controlled via the Cence App, which has integrated digital twin software.

Product Specs

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Step 1

Click "Get Started", and share some details about your project.

Step 2

We will reach out to discuss the best power distribution option for your project.

Step 3

Implement Cence to reduce your power consumption by up to 40%.

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Cence Success Stories

How Cence Works

There are two Cence product suites: Cence LV (low-voltage) and Cence HV (high-voltage). Cence LV can receive 4 types of power inputs: renewable energy, power from energy storage, AC power, and Digital Current™ from the Cence HV Transmitter. If either of them receive AC power, they make a highly efficient AC to DC conversion (up to 99% efficiency).

diagram showing the two cence panels and their power inputs

The Cence LV Hub has 8 power modules with 4 channels each (PM4s). Each of these channels sends up to 60V DC, or 100 W, to connected devices, such as LED lighting and our smart power splitters. In total, Cence LV can send up to 3200 W per power hub. Cence optimizes cable usage, and power yield, with daisy chaining.

diagram of how the cence low voltage system works

The Cence HV Transmitter has 5 internal channels that each send up to 450V DC as Digital Current™. Our Digital Current™ technology is what makes our system a fault-managed power system (FMPS). The Cence receivers have integrated DC-DC converters that supply devices with appropriate voltages. Cence HV is ideal for projects with longer cable lengths that prioritize efficient distribution.

diagram of how the cence high and low voltage system works

Cence HV, LV, smart power splitters (external devices to the LV Hub), receivers (external to the HV Transmitter), and wireless sensors, are all connected to a wireless mesh network. The wireless mesh network allows all connected devices (ex. LED lighting) to be monitored, controlled, automated and optimized via the Cence App.

diagram of how the cence system works, along with the wireless mesh network

Want to see if this would work with your project?

Hit "Get Cence" to provide some basic information on your project, and we'll be in touch to discuss a DC power solution that would make your electrical project efficient, cost effective, and successful.

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Why DC Power is Taking Over

Electrical loads are increasingly reliant on Direct Current (DC) power. LED lighting, telecom equipment, smart devices, and more, all need DC power. When DC powered devices get AC power (delivered by most power grids), they have to convert the AC power they get into the DC power they need. These conversions typically waste up to 40% of a load's consumed power.

Cence LV and HV are plug-and-play, DC distribution systems that eliminate this energy waste.

Get Cence by contacting a specialist from our team with your project information, and we’ll help you get started

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Saves Energy

Cence reduces line losses along cables, and AC to DC conversion losses.

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Powerful & Safe

Cence HV distributes fault-managed DC power (up to 450V DC), and both Cence LV and HV are considered safe from electrical shock or fire.

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Reduces Project Capital Costs

Cence enables the use of lighter cable gauges, that use less copper, and don't require mechanical protection.