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UPS Ltd Free CD-Rom

The benefits of UPS systems with Decentralised Parallel Architecture (DPA) are brought to life in a video presentation as part of a new, free-of-charge CD-ROM launched by Uninterruptible Power Supplies Ltd (UPSL).

The comprehensive CD-ROM is designed to help specifiers make an informed choice about UPS systems, ranging from ‘standard’ power protection to highly available, parallel redundant modular solutions from 1kVA to several MVA.

In addition to company and product videos, the CD-ROM provides guidance on system design and build, installation and commissioning, maintenance and support services. Document downloads include editable generic UPS specifications along with brochures, case studies and whitepapers.

Decentralized Parallel Architecture, pioneered by UPSL, is uniquely designed to remove any single point of failure, achieving virtually zero downtime and the elimination of costly disruptions to mission critical operations.

“As the CD-ROM demonstrates, DPA works by paralleling independent rack-format UPS modules,” explained Alan Luscombe, UPSL sales director. “In our PowerWAVE 9000DPA system, each individual module contains all the necessary hardware and software required for full system operation. With all critical components duplicated and distributed between the independent modules, potential single points of failure are eradicated, giving guaranteed system uptime.”

With a minimum of one module over and above that required to support the load capacity, the load is protected with UPS power if any one module shuts down, thereby providing full N+1 redundancy and significantly increasing system availability.

When compared with conventional power protection systems, DPA dramatically reduces electricity costs, heat loss and CO2 emissions, delivering the industry’s smallest footprint and lowest total cost of ownership. DPA also enables users to hot-swap modules, without risk to the critical load, thus significantly reducing repair time and simplifying system upgrades.

The new CD-ROM is a companion to UPSL’s ‘The UPS Handbook’, and supports the company’s programme of free IET endorsed CPD seminars across the UK.

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