UK firm claims world's most efficient uninterruptible power supply

September 14, 2018 // By Nick Flaherty
Uninterruptible Power Supplies (UPSL) in the UK has launched what it says is the world's most efficient uninterruptible power supply (UPS).

Designed specifically for medium-sized critical power applications, the modular PowerWAVE 9250DPA has a module and system efficiency above 97 per cent to reduce typical power losses. The UPS also supports ‘Xtra VFI’, which further minimises power consumption by intelligently configuring the number of modules required to support the current critical load requirements.

The PowerWAVE 9250DPA supports the latest in lithium-ion battery technology, and the associated energy storage benefits of longer life, lower cooling costs, faster charge/discharge and smaller space and weight requirement. The UPS also connects to UPSL’s unique hardware and battery-monitoring software to continuously safeguard your operation from any location. 

The DPA (Decentralised Paralleled Architecture) technology in the USP uses ‘hot-swappable’ modules that can be removed and replaced in minutes without risking downtime. Front access for cabling provides another benefit, eliminating the need for extra space at the rear.  The physical footprint of 0.73m 2 means the PowerWAVE 9250DPA has a power density of 342 kW/m 2, delivering scalable power from 50 kW to 250 (N+1) kW in a single frame, and up to 1.5MW when six units are connected in parallel.

“Offering all the advanced features our customers expect from us and building on our strong history and reputation for modular UPS, the new PowerWAVE 9250DPA sets a new benchmark for mid-range power protection in the UK. With its modular design and low TCO, it delivers not only impressive availability but also the best scalability and flexibility in its class, while maintaining a compact footprint," said Alex Emms, operations director at UPSL in Hook, Hampshire.

www.upspower.co.uk


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