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UPS

Three-Phase
Conventional UPS

The term conventional describes a system composed of single subsystems (rectifier/battery charger, inverter, static bypass, etc.) with no inherent redundancy, also referred to as conventional stand-alone UPS. They provide basic power protection for critical loads or as a "building block" in parallel or dual bus systems.

As conventional systems have a relatively simple topology (compared to a modular or scalable system), they offer an excellent budget solution for small and medium data center applications. However, as they have a fixed rating - the availability of the protected load is strictly related to the UPS itself - they offer limited flexibility to adapt. Conventional UPS systems can be configured to operate in parallel (N+1) and/or dual-bus (N+N) applications to provide the ultimate system availability. In case one of the UPS fails, the other UPS system continues to run and protect the load. Please note that in parallel systems, each UPS should have the same power rating.

Keor HPE

KEOR HPE


Keor HPE UPS - the pinnacle of innovation and reliability. This three-phase uninterruptible power supply features On-line Double Conversion with 3-Level IGBT technology and PWM high frequency. Enjoy N+X redundancy with parallel connections of up to six units, delivering continuous, high-quality energy for critical loads in various applications.
Daker

Daker DK Plus


Daker DK UPS Plus - a cutting-edge single-phase uninterruptible power supply. With high-frequency PWM technology and Double Conversion OnLine, it ensures seamless power delivery for critical applications.

Contact us to discuss which UPS solution is right for your data center.

Downloads


UPS Catalog 2023
pdf23.34 MB
Legrand Data Center Solutions Brochure 2023
pdf17.11 MB
Resource Pack - Daker DK Plus
zip34.58 MB
Resource Pack - KEOR HPE
zip35.43 MB