Parallel 3-phase UPS

03/24/2008


Parallel 3-phase UPS from HP is intended to help customers improve IT operations with better power density, power efficiency, and flexibility. The pre-racked UPS systems provides 36 kW of power or 24 kW with N+1 redundancy. Housed in a single HP 10000 Series G2 42U rack, it can be expanded to 60 kW with N+1 simply by installing up to 3 additional modules. Digital signal processing, wireless-paralleling, and new online on-demand hybrid technology answer the demands for density, redundancy, efficiency and flexibility. For more information, click here .





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