M series 6 and 10 KVA UPS

September 2012 News

PSS has introduced the new upgraded M Series UPS to the market. With its sleek design these true online UPSs provide protection for expensive equipment. Double conversion technology ensures that users receive a constant voltage on the output, cleaning out surges, dips, spikes, high and low voltages. Should they experience power failures, the unit automatically runs off the batteries.

Battery packs can be purchased as individual modules, with up to four packs per unit. These packs come in a matching battery cabinet. Should the client require more backup time, PSS can put together a battery kit that can last up to 8 hours, depending on the load. 16, 18 or 20 batteries can make up a battery bank, this is settable on the front control panel of the UPS.

Pure sine wave is always provided whether it be via the mains or via the batteries. These units can be used on workstations, servers, banks, telecommunication, IT equipment, communication systems, networking equipment, CCTV and large server rooms.

Upsillon software is supplied with the M Series UPS, which provides information such as input/output voltage, battery status, load status, frequency and temperature. The software is connected via a USB cable to a computer; alternatively you can purchase an SNMP adaptor which allows you to connect a network cable to the UPS. With the SNMP adaptor, you can remotely test your UPS, look at the log files, shut down the unit or just view the status of the unit.

Zero millisecond switchover time means no dip in the power when switching from mains to battery. Productivity can be kept going until the unit reaches battery low, after which time it is recommended that all equipment is switched off.

The M Series comes in two sizes namely a 6 kVA (5400 W) and a 10 kVA (9000 W).

The PSS M Series UPS is generator compatible and is recommended to smooth out voltage fluctuations from the generator. Because of the double conversion technology, the unit smoothes out the power from the generator much better than the usual automatic voltage stabiliser. The 6 kVA and 10 kVA comes with a fully digital control display panel for your convenience.



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