Kronos has the smallest footprint in its category with 0,22m2 for 20kVA with 40x9Ah internal batteries. This is because of the highspecifications of components including the internal busbars and connectors.it delivers high power density Online power quality in a compact footprint. This gives freedom for datacenters for expansion of UPS capacity without sacrificing available space.
The issue of harmonics has become increasingly important as non-linear loads have proliferated across organizations' power networks. Harmonics can shorten equipment life expectancy. Total harmonic distortion (THD) is a measure of the harmonic distortion present in a signal. Kronos transformer less UPS systems employ active filters that continuously monitor and counteract the effects of unwanted harmonics generated by rectification. This can result in THDi levels below 3%
Multiple Kronos UPS modules can be linked to perform in unison, sharing the critical load among them via a common output, and ready to take over for any other module if necessary. In an N+1 configuration (a typical redundancy arrangement), there would be sufficient spare capacity to support the load if any one module became unavailable. As a conjoined system, each UPS stands ready to take over the load from another UPS whenever necessary, without disrupting protected loads . Owing to these devices, critical IT equipment is fully protected, and service continuity is uninterrupted.
With SNMP interface, facilities like remote management and monitoring and auto are present. Also, environment monitoring systems can be interfaced to receive real time alerts about power failure ,water leakage etc. Other connectivity options such as USB, RS 485, RS 232 available with Kronos