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Uninterruptible power system supports energy efficient 400 volt installations

Wed, 01/29/2014 - 1:26pm

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Mitsubishi Electric (Cypress, CA) announces its new 9950A UPS that provides mission-critical operations with an efficient UPS design for 400 volt power distribution infrastructures. Widely adopted in Europe and Asia, the 230/400 volt power distribution approach has gained traction in high-density data centers in North America due to significant increases in energy efficiencies — reducing a facility’s operating costs and carbon footprint.

Like all other Mitsubishi UPSs, the new 9950A is a three-phase, on-line double-conversion system and features Mitsubishi’s world-renown Insulated Gate Bipolar Transistor (IGBT) technology for enhanced UPS performance and reliably. Offering over 96 percent efficiency, the 500kVA UPS supplies clean, continuous power to connected data center and other mission-critical equipment. The 9950A UPS was specifically designed for systems incorporating 380VAC, 400VAC, and 415VAC four-wire installations at 50 or 60 Hz.

The 230/400V electrical distribution infrastructure eliminates the need for expensive, heavy transformers and extra circuit breakers required for 120/208V power distribution.  The higher 230/400V power scheme has additional advantages such as eliminating possible failure points (circuit breakers), occupying less overall floor space (no transformers required), and increasing efficiency through increased power delivery. 

Mitsubishi’s 9950A UPS can be paralleled with up to eight units for N+1 redundancy. Also featuring an easy-to-use LCD touch panel, users can quickly access system status, monitoring and control.

The 9950A UPS is available now and is fully supported by Mitsubishi Electric Power Products’ factory–direct, 24x7x365 services, training, and application expertise as well as a two-year parts and labor warranty.

For more information, visit www.meppi.com/Products/UninterruptiblePowerSupplies/products/Pages/default.aspx

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