Uninterruptible Power Supplies Ltd (UPS Ltd), a Kohler company, announces the launch of the updated PowerWave 6000 UPS, with best-in-class performance delivering up to 5 MVA of clean, reliable power.
Uninterruptible Power Supplies Ltds newest UPS for datacentres: the PowerWave 6000, a true online, double conversion UPS system that offers intelligent energy management and maximum power protection with class-leading efficiency (up to 96%), all in a smaller format to maximise revenue-earning floor space.
The transformerless PowerWave 6000 is superior in its class in terms of energy efficiency, availability, lowest total cost of ownership and power performance. This has been achieved due to the PowerWave’s transformerless design and its Energy Saving Inverter Switching (ESIS) technology.
This ESIS technology allows a significantly reduced total cost of ownership and operating costs as the PowerWave 6000 has been designed to provide highly efficient power protection and extend the lives of its batteries and components, saving money and maintenance costs. The integrated enclosures can accommodate batteries for 60kVA, 80kVA and 100kVA which are then configured to match the required autonomy, saving energy.
The PowerWave 6000 has been designed as a green solution for critical applications and as such is listed on the Carbon Trust’s Energy Technology List for Enhances Capital Allowances (ECA) which offers tax-relied incentives to promote the use of machinery that is superior in their energy efficiency.
The new range of PowerWave 6000’s streamlines from five units to four, that greater meet the power support needs and variations of our customers.
Speaking of the latest addition to UPS Ltd’s power protection offering for datacentres, Alan Luscombe, Marketing Director at Uninterruptible Power Supplies said: “We are proud to have improved our best-in-class PowerWAVE 6000 range to bring our customers a more efficient product that can enhance the eco performance of their company, offering valuable savings in both power and floor space.”
Installation is easier and cheaper with this reduced footprint combined with a 50kg weight reduction. The new unit has improved efficiency in partial loads (up to 96%) as well as maintaining the best-in class performance of 96% when supporting a full load.
Single unit capacities are from 60 kVA to 500 kVA and the units are 10x parellelable, achieving up to 5MVA. The PowerWave 6000 60-120 kVA UPS system will replace the previous unit that was 60-100 kVA and the 120-200 kVA is replaced by a model ranging from 160-200 kVA.
View the PowerWave 6000’s full product information and specification online here