At the tail end of 2008, PurePower rolled out their most powerful regenerator, the Model 2000. The 2000 comes in two versions, a 120 volt and a 230 volt model. Both models dish out 1400 watts of continuous power with 2000 watts for short duration and peak out at 4200 watts.
Both 2000 models provide surge protection for two Coax ports, one RJ11 telephone port and a RJ45 Ethernet jack. They are available in two finishes, black and silver. They also include rack mount handles for easy mounting. The Model 2000 has an MSRP of $2,995.
Other products in their lineup include the Model 1050 positioned at $2,495 and the Model 700, priced at $1,795. These regenerators convert the inbound AC to DC, removing noise and distortion, before creating a new AC voltage sine wave. The internal battery isolates the unit from the power grid and removes the possibility of surges or voltage sags.
You can read reviews on the 1050 and 700 here:
PurePower APS 1050 Power Solution
PurePower APS PurePower 700 Power Regenerator