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Emerson expands Liebert range

Tue, 06/09/2015 - 10:04 -- Anonymous
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US-based Emerson Network Power has announced the addition of five new capacities to its Liebert eXM UPS range with VRLA batteries.

With the addition of 120, 140, 160, 180 and 200 kVA models the line now counts 13 different units ranging from 10-200 kVA.   

The three-phase, on-line, double conversion UPS systems intended for IT environments with medium-sized power requirements are U.S. ENERGYSTAR qualified and available throughout the Americas.

The line was also complimented by a new optimised transformer cabinet supporting dual input configurations for the existing 10 -100 kVA models.

Socomec expands UPS portfolio

Tue, 06/09/2015 - 09:52 -- Anonymous
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French industrial group Socomec has launched a new line of UPS systems for server rooms, the service sector, healthcare, light industrial applications and infrastructure.

Ranging from 10-20 kVA, the ITYS Pro line comes in three different configurations: without batteries (Type S), with batteries (Type T), and with batteries or isolation transformer (Type M).

While Socomec has not said anything about the battery type in these systems, the company’s previous ITYS UPS systems (1-10 kVA) are equipped with maintenance free, sealed lead-acid batteries.

The range also comes with a battery cabinet offering flexible backup-times without increasing the footprint.

Up to four units can be configurated in parallel using Ethernet cables to enable power scalability or N+1 redundancy.

Indian village gets Bio-CPV UPS

Tue, 06/02/2015 - 16:39 -- Anonymous
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UK project leader Professor Tapas Mallick.
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British and Indian researchers are working together to combine solar power with bio-mass and hydrogen to create a Bio-CPV uninterruptible power supply.

British and Indian researchers are working together, in the hope that a low-cost combination of solar power with bio-mass and hydrogen will create a Bio-CPV uninterruptible power supply.

The project is expected to generate power tt about 45 households in a remote village in West Bengal by 2016. It has been jointly funded by Research Councils UK and India’s department of science and technology.

"Descentralised hybrid power plants with different renewable technologies can be the most efficient, cheap and sustainable options for rural electrification,” said UK project leader Professor Tapas Mallick in the research paper related to the project.

The biomass and hydrogen will be produced locally.

The research, which began in 2012, is being conducted by scientists from British universities in Sheffield, Exeter and Nottingham, and the Indian institutions Visva-Bharati, IIT Madras and IIT Bombay.

Toshiba with new SiC UPS line

Tue, 06/02/2015 - 16:10 -- Anonymous
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Toshiba has announced the launch of a new line of 500 and 750 kVA UPS systems using silicon carbide (SiC) power modules.

Designed for data centres, the SiC power modules allow the three-phase UPS systems to be 98% efficient with a 50% load.

The footprint of the new UPS line is 17% smaller than its predecessor the G9000 where the 500kVA model measures 1800 x 832 x 2050 mm and weighs 1525 kg, while the 750kVA model is 2300 x 832 x 2050 mm and weighs 1928 kg.  

The new UPS is also up to 57% smaller than competing models, the company claims.

Falcon Electric spreads its UPS wings

Tue, 06/02/2015 - 15:52 -- Anonymous
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California-based UPS manufacturer Falcon Electric is expanding its industrial VRLA on-line UPS product line.

The company’s SSG Series of single-phase UPS systems - designed for process control and wastewater management- has been expanded with 4, 5 and 6 kVA models. The UL-listed UPS line now has a power range from 1-6 kVA.

Falcon’s UPS systems are CE approved for operation in temperatures ranging from -20 to 50 degrees Centigrade, and come with hot-swappable VRLA batteries for storage

FSP Group launches portable backup batteries

Tue, 05/26/2015 - 16:33 -- Anonymous
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Taiwanese power supply manufacturer FSP Group steps into the ESS market with a range of portable lithium-ion battery systems for emergency power delivery and solar power storage.

The battery systems come with UPS circuitry and can be used as a back-up power system, an on-line UPS, or be integrated as a battery power subsystem in a home-grid.

The EMERGY lithium-ion ESS products come in 2.6kWh and 900Wh, while the lithium-ion-phosphate system comes in a 1.7kWh model.

STMicroElectronics with thyristor suitable for UPS

Tue, 05/26/2015 - 16:27 -- Anonymous
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STMicroElectronics with thyristor suitable for UPS.
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Geneva-based semiconductor manufacturer STMicroElectronics has launched a 1200V high-power silicon-controlled rectifier thyristor.

The thyristor is suitable for UPS systems, electrical vehicles, renewable energy inverters, battery chargers and industrial welding systems.

The thyristor has a current capability of up to 80A and operates in temperatures up to 150 degrees Celsius.

The product is the first of its kind to offer 1200V blocking voltage combined with automotive-grade production quality, the company claims.

Toshiba with UPS app for Android

Tue, 05/26/2015 - 15:57 -- Anonymous
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Toshiba has launched a UPS guide app for Android smartphones.

The app allows customers to browse Toshiba’s range of single – and three-phase UPS systems and configure the best solution for each system, allowing the user to specify industry, kVa, input, and output voltage.

The app also includes an engineering calculator, freight quotes and lead times, as well as contact details to sales and service departments.

A locally stored database, which will be available offline, holds technical specifications of all Toshiba UPS systems.

The app is available for download in Google’s Playstore

Emerson with new UPS in EMEA

Tue, 05/12/2015 - 10:03 -- Anonymous
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Emerson Network Power has introduced a new UPS system in the EMEA region.
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Emerson Network Power has introduced a new UPS system in the EMEA region.

The Liebert 80-eXL is available in 160, 200, 300, 400 and 500 kW, intended for medium-to-large data centres and facilities. Up to eight units can be connected in parallel, and single units can be serviced while the rest remain running.

The system works with VRLA batteries with a permissible battery voltage range from 396 to 700 V.

The 80-eXL offers a conversion efficiency of up to 97%, and up to 99% in ECO mode. The new UPS system is also compatible with its predecessor, the 80-NET UPS range.

Ametek introduced new UPS at OTC in Houston

Tue, 05/12/2015 - 09:55 -- Anonymous
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AMETEK Solidstate Controls debuted its new DSE UPS System at the Offshore Technology Conference in Houston last week.

The single-phase DSE UPS system combines ferroresonant topology with digital communications, and is a true, on-line double conversion system providing continuous AC power.

The 120VDC version is fitted with 60 lead-calcium battery cells, and the 240VDC has 120 batteries. Each comes in models with rated output power ranging from 3KW to 50KW.

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