The modular concept enables to flexibly adapt the UPS power to power needs. The individual modules are hot-swappable, and connected modules are automatically detected. The system can be upgraded within just a few minutes while the system is running. Automated load distribution within all system modules enables a modular n+x redundancy that can also be used for load increase. The removal or addition of modules can be carried out whilst the system is running (hot swap) without affecting the general operation of the installation.
IT rooms, datacenters, banking, healthcare, insurance, and telecommunications: modular and scalable UPS solutions are suited to different business sectors, managing the uncertainty of load evolution and the requirement for maximum uptime. Benefits include:
• Low Failure Rates
• Easy to Grow
• Space Saver
Parallel redundancy refers to the simultaneous operation of two UPS systems operating in parallel. Figure 3–Parallel Redundant Configuration, illustrates two UPS systems operating in parallel. In this scheme both UPS systems are supplying approximately 50% of the combined AC load. The failure of either UPS systems would result in the entire load being assumed by the healthy UPS. The failure of both UPS systems would result in the load being transferred to the alternate power source via the static transfer switch. Paralleling provides an excellent solution for matching growth while extending the value of existing UPSs. The architecture to parallel for capacity looks very similar to paralleling for redundancy. Hardware components are the same; there are just small differences in operation
Energy efficiency for uninterruptible power supply (UPS) equipment is so important because they can influence UPS energy efficiency and can directly impact energy costs. The lower the efficiency of the UPS, the more heat that is generated and the more cooling that is required in the room, driving up capital costs and the ongoing operational expenses of the cooling system. To mitigate the losses, DS series energy-efficient UPS systems employ a power management system that precisely controls every pulse of the switching cycle, optimizing the inverter's switching for specific load types and load levels. The resulting switching patterns suffer the least possible losses and surpass the efficiency of older-style systems with fixed switching patterns
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 Taurus