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Based on its recent analysis of the energy and power systems market, Frost & Sullivan has recognized Socomec UPS with the 2009 European Energy & Power Systems Product Line Strategy Award, for its extensive product range.

Although the demand for uninterrupted power supply (UPS) systems had dipped due to the economic slowdown, there are pockets of opportunity, which Socomec hopes to tap by introducing advanced products such as Green Power and NETYS RT. Green Power UPS, its flagship product line, is available from 10-200 kVA and offers the highest efficiency (96 per cent certified) even when the partial load is operating at 30 or 40%. This product addresses data centres' primary concerns of power consumption, availability and total cost of ownership (TCO).

The electrical topology of Green Power UPS is based on Socomec's patented process and offers several advantages such as compact size and low TCO and maintenance. This product is environmentally friendly, as it reduces energy loss and need for air conditioning and is also compatible with a flywheel energy storage solution. Compared to other UPS systems, Socomec's Green Power UPS has a 30% smaller footprint and its electronic battery sensor (EBS) battery charging management extends battery's lifetime. It offers 24/7/365 remote monitoring and surveillance and as it is connected to the local area network, operators can use it to shutdown the server.

The NETYS RT line comes in the power ranges of 1 kVA to 11 kVA and addresses the needs of servers and networking devices, voice over Internet protocol (VoIP) communication systems and video surveillance equipment. It enhances Socomec's offering in the low power range, is easy to use and install, available in rack or tower format, has a compact footprint and its broad range of communication protocols facilitates integration with building management systems (BMS).

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