555-1100kVA robust 3 phase UPS power protection UPS systems with adaptability to meet the unique requirements of medium to large data centers, buildings and critical industrial processesThis Product is Obsolete
High Availability, High Performance Network Power Supply
Features555kVA to 1125kVA
The EPS 8000 is the primary choice 3 Phase UPS power supply in the large data center market with its benchmark on quality and availability, from 555 to1125kVA in a single box. Relying on advanced 12 pulse rectifier and inverter technologies to restrict total harmonic distortion to less than 5 percent. Copper galvanic isolation is provided for both input and output to UPS systems while isolating the DC ground from upstream devices in the event of a ground fault condition due to battery leakage. UPS systems deliver clean reliable power even in the harshest of electrical environments. Featuring 100% step-load capability which ensures a fast response to load changes with accurate voltage regulation. In addition, the EPS 8000 incorporates fault tolerant circuitry that protects UPS systems from accidental short circuits usually caused by load side failures or overloads. Core EPS is equipped with a 100 percent rated output static switch with a stable, reliable, predetermined response time. Low carbon footprint and full front access with zero electromechanical connections at the rear of the unit allows the unit to be installed against the wall
- High availability architecture - Different running modes : hot stand-by, integrated parallel, or centralized static switch for multi-modules leading to availability architectures
- Intuitive monitoring - Step by step navigation and menu screens for critical system information and data. Information is easy to access and presented in a very intuitive way.
- Output synchronization to external source - UPS systems can be synchronized with any other independent source for use with downstream static transfer switches.
- Parallel capability - Multiple units can be placed in parallel to meet power capacity and redundancy requirements