• Dhiraj Badane

Modular UPS System

The modular concept enables flexibility to adapt the UPS power needs. The individual modules are hot-swappable, & connected modules are automatically detected.

The system can be upgraded within just a few minutes while the system is running.

Automated load distribution within all system modules enables a modular n+x redundancy that can also be used for load increase.

Features of UPS:

  • Higher Efficiency Performance to be adjusted to the actual load with greater precision. Additional capacity modules are only added when the load increases, ensuring that the system always operates at optimal efficiency.

  • Precise Scalability Depending on the size of the cabinet, the system capacity can be expanded, for example, up to ten times the original installed capacity.

  • Easier Maintenance Only one module is removed at a time for maintenance & then reinstalled once complete; a process that is significantly simpler than with traditional UPS architectures, that require the entire UPS to be disconnected from consumers.

  • Higher Availability In modular architectures, it is not necessary to build redundancy into the entire UPS; it is sufficient for one or two modules to be designated as redundant to compensate for the failure of another module. In the event of a failure, the system Uautomatically switches to a functional module & immediately reports the failure to a technician, who can then replace the module while the system is operational.

  • Minimize downtime Online-swapped without risk to the critical load & without the need to power down or transfer to raw mains supply. So engineers can work on the UPS without interrupting operations. Swap-out time is only 15–20 minutes & is very safe & you never have to switch off your load.

  • Optimize your investment As UPS power requirements change if a data center is expanded, modularity makes it really easy to add modules and increase the power capabilities. You don’t have to over specify the initial configuration to cater for future expansion, you just add modules when needed.

  • Save valuable floor space Modular UPS architectures offer the major advantage of much smaller design dimensions. Modularity lends itself well to keeping UPS footprint small, ideal where real estate is limited & expensive. A modular UPS rack has a small footprint & when extra modules are added, no extra floor space is taken up.

  • Save energy costs Operate with an efficiency of up to 96 to 98 percent. Its efficiency curve is very flat so there are significant savings in every working regime. Further, cooling costs can be substantial &, because less power is consumed, high-efficiency modular UPS require less cooling effort, creating further savings.

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