ET/PT Series DSP controlled UPS
systems employs software controlled harmonic conditioners with the ability to dynamically adopt to changing load conditions for compensating load harmonics without manual intervention
More reasons for using DSPs:
• No analog circuitry. Thus, no offsets( i.e., installation & maintenance cost saved)
• High speed DSP control allows for real time harmonic cancellation.
• High reliability and low dimensions:
• The DSP controls the electrical values directly, guaranteeing extreme precision
• Flexible configuration for many power sizes.
• Sophisticated switching algorithm saving overall system costs.
• Features may be upgraded in the same hardware, to fulfill different incoming needs.
• Knowing the history: The control software provides users with operating and historical data
RT/PT series protect sensitive loads by smoothing out voltage fluctuations such as spikes, transients, and electrical noise.
It protects equipment from power surges, helps to correct voltage and waveform distortions, and removes external electrical noise (i.e., frequency and electromagnetic interference) caused by devices such as radios and motors.
RT/PT Series UPS minimizes the potential for power issues with your IT /Medical/Industrial Equipment, especially in the aftermath of a lightning and surges. Because rectifiers, inverters, switches and other electronic UPS components can be highly susceptible to overvoltage transients, surge protection is necessary at UPS inputs and outputs to protect the components from transient overvoltage's produced by upstream and downstream sources.
The UPS contain transient susceptible electronic control circuitry that determines if the UPS should be delivering power from the DC-AC converter (batteries) or from the secondary AC source (utility power). Additionally, when in bypass mode due to maintenance or failure, the sensitive loads should be protected with a surge suppression device from transient disruption, degradation, or damage from transient appearing on the secondary AC source or utility power.
Mars III ensures complete synchronization with any generator connected to it. It is critical in the applications to achieve a tight control engine speed, as it is what allows the synchronization between the UPS system and the back-up generator
Usually, when a mains failure is detected, there is an inevitable time delay before the backup generator can be started up and synchronized. The UPS system covers this by powering the critical load from its battery, then switching to generator power when available. It also uses backup generator power to recharge the depleted battery. Similarly, the UPS system uses battery power to maintain an uninterrupted power supply during transfer back to mains, then uses the mains power to recharge its batteries again.
This SNMP Network Card enables the user to monitor and manage multiple UPSs in a networked environment including LAN and INTERNET. It can detect temperature and humidity for the environment via connecting to EMD (Environmental Monitoring Device). it can not only prevent data loss from power outage and safely shutdown systems, but also store programming data and scheduled shut down the UPS.