AEG Power Solutions today announced the completion of its range of modular UPS with the launch of Protect Plus M400. The new UPS claims one of the lowest Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) factors in its class.
Combined with its compact footprint and ultimate flexibility, Protect Plus M400 is ideally designed to meet the power protection requirements of server racks, small-to-medium sized data centers, transportation, retail and other critical applications where power reliability, space and operating efficiency are at stake.
The 20- and 40-kVA frames can be used as stand-alone units (on casters) or installed inside a 19" rack cabinet or alternatively, inside Frame plus which provides a self-contained solution, with space for a 20-kVA or 40-kVA frame and internal battery shelves.
The new system is a modular, on-line, transformer-less UPS system. It combines high operating efficiency values, with a compact footprint and modular architecture. The operating efficiency in on-line mode is up to 95% and up to 98% in Eco Mode. The UPS delivers up to unity-power factor and the system can be configured for 1/1, 3/1 or 3/3 input/output connections at installation.
The UPS is based around a 2U high 10kVA power module and can be scaled up to 40kVA capacity or 30kVA with integrated N+1 redundancy. The modules are hot-swappable and up to four frames can be operated in parallel to achieve a total power capacity of 160kVA.
This architecture also minimizes Mean Time To Repair (MTTR). The power modules can be accessed from the front of the frame for easy removal which can be handled by a single person.
"With the addition of Protect Plus M400, AEG Power solutions has broadened the power range of its modular UPS solutions. After the launch of Protect Plus M600 (from 30- to 900-kVA), and of our new stand-alone system, Protect Plus S500 at the beginning of this year, we can now provide our customers the protection they need from 10- to 4000-kVA with a unique range of state-of-the-art technology, flexible and efficient systems, stated Alessandro Nalbone, Product Manager, AEG Power Solutions."