Data Centres

A robust power protection strategy is critical to successful data centre operations. UPS Ltd, a Kohler company, provides the products and support services to manage your data centre power protection needs with confidence.

Within the data centre environment, significant technological and legislative developments are an ever-present consideration. Data centre operators witness continuous advances in technology and new directives for dealing with climate change and environmental emissions – all of which are capable of having a major impact on the operation.

UPSL has developed a portfolio of innovative and energy efficient three-phase, ‘modular’ rack mounted and standalone transformerless UPS solutions – specifically designed to support today’s dynamic data centre infrastructure.

UPSL gives us the peace of mind we need, knowing that we’re protected and that professionals are on hand to ensure everything always goes smoothly.

Conleth McCallan
Managing Director, Datanet

Excellent service and support, thorough professional engineers with great knowledge.

Wayne Whitling
Datacentred

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  • PowerWAVE 6000

    Three phase
    Three phase
    A three-phase installation uses the full three phases which are generated from the grid. A three phase electrical supply comprises of three individual sine waves, and can be installed as either a three wire or three wire & neutral configuration. A three-phase source would typically come from a local transformer, with the standard three phase voltage being 400/415 VAC.
    60-500 kVA (500kW)
    60-500 kVA (500kW)
    Understanding the total kVA requirement of a critical load is a key part of establishing a UPS’ true sizing requirement. For more information see kVA calculator and guide to choosing a UPS.
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  • PowerWAVE 8000DPA

    Three phase
    Three phase
    A three-phase installation uses the full three phases which are generated from the grid. A three phase electrical supply comprises of three individual sine waves, and can be installed as either a three wire or three wire & neutral configuration. A three-phase source would typically come from a local transformer, with the standard three phase voltage being 400/415 VAC.
    10-200 kVA per frame
    10-200 kVA per frame
    Understanding the total kVA requirement of a critical load is a key part of establishing a UPS’ true sizing requirement. For more information see kVA calculator and guide to choosing a UPS.
    Modular
    Modular
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  • PowerWAVE 9000DPA (Modular 10-250kVA)

    PowerWAVE 9000DPA

    Three phase
    Three phase
    A three-phase installation uses the full three phases which are generated from the grid. A three phase electrical supply comprises of three individual sine waves, and can be installed as either a three wire or three wire & neutral configuration. A three-phase source would typically come from a local transformer, with the standard three phase voltage being 400/415 VAC.
    30-250 kVA
    30-250 kVA
    Understanding the total kVA requirement of a critical load is a key part of establishing a UPS’ true sizing requirement. For more information see kVA calculator and guide to choosing a UPS.
    Modular
    Modular
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  • PowerWAVE 9500DPA (Modular 100-500kVA)

    PowerWAVE 9500DPA

    Three phase
    Three phase
    A three-phase installation uses the full three phases which are generated from the grid. A three phase electrical supply comprises of three individual sine waves, and can be installed as either a three wire or three wire & neutral configuration. A three-phase source would typically come from a local transformer, with the standard three phase voltage being 400/415 VAC.
    100-500 kVA
    100-500 kVA
    Understanding the total kVA requirement of a critical load is a key part of establishing a UPS’ true sizing requirement. For more information see kVA calculator and guide to choosing a UPS.
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    Modular
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