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UPS solution for futureproofing secure power

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Chloride has announced the launch of the 80-NET MPR, a three-phase UPS addition to Chloride’s extensive portfolio. The 80-NET MPR has been designed to guarantee uptime and reliability for critical environments such as data centres, finance, health and transportation.

The new transformer-free 80-NET MPR UPS system is an economical and environmentally friendly UPS unit that is suitable for data centres and server rooms due to its 30-40 kVA rating, It draws mains power at near unity power factor (1kW=1kVA), meaning that it draws up to 20% less current than its competitors to supply the same load, resulting in reductions in switchgear ratings and cable sizes. This has the added benefit of allowing extra load for the same input power, reducing energy bills as well as minimising total cost of ownership and environmental impact.

“Chloride constantly strives for technological advancements and excellent research and development, offering reliable products and uninterruptible power with optimum performance, with a product portfolio enriched with new generation UPS,” says Chloride’s technical support manager, Rob Tanzer. “The 80-NET MPR UPS system is the next step in evolving this product line and demonstrates Chloride’s commitment to producing environmentally friendly and economically sustainable secure power solutions. Chloride provides all customers with superior after sales service and support; backed up by our industry leading 24/7 remote monitoring and diagnostics system,

Chloride’s 80-NET MPR  is designed to be flexible and to minimise the cost of meeting future business demands. With an output power factor of 0.9, the 80-NET MPR is compatible with all lagging and leading IT and non-linear loads (including blade servers) and is designed with heavier future loads in mind. To minimise the costs of consolidation, the 80-NET MPR has a built in capability to operate in parallel, whilst the unity input power factor puts an end to generator over specification: a doubled critical load can potentially be supported without the need to upgrade or replace generators.
Available in 30 kVA and 40 kVA models with the 60 kVA to follow, 80-NET MPR offers maximum flexibility and installation compatibility, providing the following advantages:
• Unity input power factor maximises the useful power obtained from input current, reducing both the initial specification of equipment required and minimising ongoing energy costs.
• Draws 20% less current thus providing a ‘greener’ UPS system as well as reducing operating costs.
• Optimum energy and space savings resulting from the transformer-free architecture and internally integrated batteries. Reduces the generator sizing and ‘future proofs’ the UPS system.
• Low input THDi (less than 3%) providing full compatibility with any upstream equipment to reduce system harmonics.
• An optimum efficiency level of up to 98%, thanks to the digital interactive technology.
• Maximum scalability provided by the integrated parallel board, allowing eight units to be connected in parallel, without the need for additional architecture.

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