An Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) is used for many applications, such as computer, telecom, industrial or medical equipment. This UPS, also called no-break, ensures that the system is always powered when the power fails. For example, the energy is supplied from a battery or flywheel. The UPS’s have different power ranges from 100VA to 1MVA+. These devices are implemented in parallel and redundant, which allows you to create additional security in the construction of the emergency power system. We supply the UPS’s of the following brands:
More information about UPS.
UPS stands for ‘Uninterruptible Power Supply’, also called an emergency power system. When the mains voltage fails a UPS is a device that immediately takes over and supplies power to the connected systems.
There are desktop models, rackmount models or standing models. In terms of technology, we distinguish the following types: static UPS (battery), dynamic UPS (flywheel), and DC UPS.
A latest trend and innovation is the use of modular UPS’s, thus dividing the power within a UPS frame over several power modules of, for example, 25KW or 50KW. In this way you are flexible in power or you can easily create an N+1 redundancy. In addition, this is also more efficient in maintenance or repair. Modular UPS’s can be very quickly repaired by replacing one or more modules. As a result, MTTR and MTTA figures have become much more important than MTBF figures. Check out the term ‘UPS’ at the Elinex WIKI for more technical details and explanations.