The factor is to unity (1 pf) and hence the closer the two waveforms are in phase with each other, and the device uses power more efficiently.
• No power downgrading when supplying the latest generation of servers (leading or unity power factor).
• Real full power, according to IEC 62040: kW=kVA (unity power factor design) means 13% more active power available compared to legacy UPS.
• Suitable also for leading power factor loads down to 0.9 without apparent power derating.
Consumers have no direct connection to mains AC power supply. In critical situations and with sensitive equipment, the protection ensured by VFI technology is highly recommended.
• Sinusoidal input current and output voltage
• No switching times - No gaps in coverage
• Frequency converter operation possible
• Additional internal redundancy switch over
• Optimum protection against power disturbances
MARS III hot-swappable battery systems eliminates power-related downtime and ensures maximum power availability. While one battery is in use, others can be kept as a a standby. This allows for a constant flow of charged batteries to be supplied as needed with just a quick stop to swap them out. Having a constant, mobile power supply is extremely beneficial, and eliminating down time maximizes productivity.All potential UPS maintenance, including complete power module exchange, can be performed without powering down connected equipment. As long as utility power is on, you may leave the UPS and connected equipment on while replacing a new battery.
24-7 remote monitoring uses Simple Network Management Protocols (SNMP) to enable the performance of UPS systems to be analyzed by dedicated, expert personnel.
The UPS uses network communications cards & dedicated management software to transmit highlysecure SSL encrypted data to the network. This information can include load levels, input and output voltage, and battery voltage.
SNMP-based remote monitoring also enables the historical tracking of UPS performance over time, which can be used to identify areas for improvement to optimize system operation. Remote UPS monitoring, platform, is particularly useful for dealing with alarms outside of normal working hours, for unmanned sites,
Deferent type of communication options are giving flexibility of connectivity and integration with deferent types of platforms and controls. With SNMP interface, remote management and monitoring, auto shutdown kind of facilities are available. Also, there are connectivity options such as USB, RS 485, RS 232 available with Mars III RT
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.