High Efficiency & Low Total Cost of Ownership
IGBT based power factor correction technology provides input power factor close to 1 (≥ 0,99). The high input power leads to reduced electricity pay-out, minimizes cable, switchboard, fuse and generator requirements, thus reducing investment cost.
Low input current total harmonic distortion (THDi) less than 3% helps to avoid the disturbance and expensive harmonic filters.
Small footprint and easy maintenance.
High Input Power Factor
0,99 Input power factor ensures clean and sinusoidal input current.
The high input power leads to reduced electricity pay-out, minimizes cable, switchboard, fuse and generator requirements, thus reducing investment cost
Parallel configuration up to 8 units per redundancy (N+1) and power increase.
Loop connection helps the UPS system to continue the operation when the connection cable is inturrupted.
Standard Electrical Features
Cold Start (Optional)
Advanced Battery Management
Short Circuit and Overload Protection
Redundant Power Supply
Power Walk-in for Progressive Rectifier Start-up when the
Mains is Restored.
Battery Temperature Sensor
Static and Manual Bypass Operation
Advanced Communication Features
500 Real Time Event Log with Detailed Parameters
User Friendly Multilingual 320x240 Graphic Display Provides
Monitoring and Shutdown Software
RS232 Serial and RS485 Ports
Modbus RTU (Optional)
2 Communication Slots
Remote Emergency Power Off (Optional)
Remote Display Panel (Optional)
Dry Contact (Optional)
Temperature sensor for external battery cabinets for extended runtimes.
External battery cabinets for different sizes of batteries to provide extended runtimes.
Different sizes of 10-40kVA cabinets for larger capacity of internal batteries when long autonomy times are required.
3/1 Phase version is available for 10-30kVA power ratings Frequency converter mode.
Isolation transformers to vary neutral connectivity in the event of separate power sources or for galvanic isolation between input and output.
Compatible version with EN 50171 for supplying power to emergency lighting systems.