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Type of DC UPS 

Two Tipe of UPS Technologies are used in Data Centre Environments :
1. Static UPS , Build Up Electronic 
    components such as Ractifier , Inverter ,   Control Logic and Batteries.
2. Dynamic UPS , Build up out mechanical 
    component such as Diesel engine , 
    Power Generator and Flywheel (Kinetic 
    Storage)

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Static UPS 

1. relatively complex power and Control  
    Electronics 
2. Requires a Controlled Environment 
3. Requires Battery and Need to be 
    replace every 3-4 Years for 5 Years  
    Design life and Every 7-8 Years for 10 
    Year  Design Life
4.  One of the Oldest UPS technologies 
     used for data center environment 
5. Available in 500VA - 1.6 MVA in Single 
    System 

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Dynamic UPS

1. only available in Higher KVA Ratings 
2. Heavy , approx 8 Ton 
3. More Noisy
4. Relative simple Design setup 
5. No Need for Batteries for Energy 
    Storage
6. No Need for Control Environment 
7. Long Life Span 
8. Good efficiency  

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UPS by Application 

The critical systems that sustain your business operations can't go down. 
UPS  supports you in improving your uptime with a full range of innovative uninterruptible power supplies (UPS) and future-proof, integrated UPS systems, that will cover the backup power needs of your IT infrastructure, from small computer rooms at the network edge to enterprise and hyperscale data centers. Discover the best uninterruptible supplies to protect your application. 

UPS for Data Center , Crtical Facility, Server Room, Coolocation/Hosting, Network Closet. Emergency Lighting  and Desktop/Notebook

Modular UPS , The Latest Technology 

Online Double Convertion

Online Double-conversion TopologyThe UPS adopts online double-conversion topology to provide the best power quality regardless of the conditions of incoming power. This topology also features a zero transfer time, ensuring optimal system operation.

Online Eco Mode

When the quality of utility power is good, the UPS switches to ECO mode to increase system efficiency. When the quality is unstable, the UPS switches to line mode to guarantee the best power quality.

Color LCD with Touch Panel

The color LCD with touch panel is designed with friendly, intuitive, and graphical user-interface, allowing users to monitor power system and configure settings by simply touching the screen.

Dual Input Design 

By allowing users to connect one input from AC power source and the second input from other power source, the dual power input design ensures high quality power and system continuity for connected equipment.

UPS Paralel Expansion 

The UPS parallel expansion capability allows users to customize their power systems by connecting multiple UPS units, therefore reaching even higher capacity and achieving N+X power redundancy to protect the systems against power failures.

Vertical Scalability 

The number of power modules installed in the UPS can be customized based on power demands, without taking any extra floor space. The power modules are also hot-swappable, ensuring seamless operation.

Maintenance Bypass Switch

With this product, the operators can seamlessly switch the power to utility source via bypass mode, performing quick and safe maintenance without having to shut down the power system and connected equipment.

Generator Compatible 

Power continuity can be achieved with generators during a power outage. When UPS is running on generator's power, it can stabilize unstable voltages from the generator while providing reliable power.

Emergency Power Off

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Extended battery Module 

The UPS can connect to extended battery modules (EBM) to prolong system runtime during power interruption. The EBM comes with plug-n-play DC connectors and supports EBM expansion, ensuring system's maximum power availability.

Smart Battery Management 

The UPS adopts Smart Battery Management (SBM) technology to manage the battery charging process by using a 3-cycle approach and temperature compensation, which efficiently extends the battery lifespan.

Remote Management 

Remote management capability enables monitoring and controlling of devices through Remote Management Card. Users can also perform management tasks, such as scheduled shutdowns and reboots

Single Phase UPS 

Single Phase UPS System (1/1)
As shown in the chart, single phase UPS has a single input and output of 120Vac (for Canada and the U.S.). 
A single phase installation consists of two wires where AC voltage is a single sine wave. The standard voltage of single phase varies in different countries or regions. The standard single phase voltage in America is 120V and Europe, Asia or other regions take 230V as a standard voltage.

Thre Phase UPS 

The three phase UPS can be subdivided into three phase input/three phase output UPS system and three phase input/single phase output system types. If you need to connect to a three phase supply, you must need a UPS with a 3/x configuration. A 3/1 UPS takes in 3 phase power but delivers single phase to the downstream load while a 3/3 UPS not only takes in but also puts out 3 phase power.

Diffrent Single Phase and Three Phase UPS 

The key difference between single phase UPS and three phase UPS are the following points:
Conductor: 
The number of the conductor in single phase and three phase system is different. Single phase UPS contains one conductor while three phase UPS supply power through three conductors.
Sine wave: 
Single phase UPS provides a single sine wave, while three phase UPS provides three sine waves, each out of phase and spaced 120° apart from each other.
Voltage: 
Single phase voltage is 120V in North America, while the phase to phase voltage for a three phase system is 220V, and the phase-to-neutral voltage is 120V.
Maintenance: 
The plug and play characteristic of single phase UPS makes it easier than three phase counterpart to install and set up without the need for outside installation.
Efficiency: 
For low power requirements, single phase UPS is more efficient that three phase UPS. But when the demand for power is higher, three phase UPS shows more efficiency to carry a greater load in a safer manner.
Cost: 
The equipment in three phase UPS system will have longer life expectancies and the transmission lines for three phase power do not need the heavy gauge copper wires as single phase UPS, thus, in the long run, three phase UPS will save more money.
Application: Single Phase UPS units are available in those applications with lower kVA requirements, generally less than 20kVA, such as homes, small business and satellite offices. Three phase UPS units are commonly used in large installations, such as data centers, and large industrial power applications with higher power requirements