Riello UPS To Unveil Extended Multi Power Range At Data Centre World 2020
Riello UPS to officially launch exciting extension of its award-winning Multi Power range of modular solutions at Data Centre World next month (11-12 March).
By: Riello UPS Ltd
A compact cabinet measuring just 60 cm wide and 1.2 metres high and weighing just 145 kg is also being introduced to house the new power modules, enabling smaller applications with limited space to enjoy the same performance, flexibility and efficiency benefits that modular UPS systems already provide high-end data centres with.
The new cabinet can house up to five of the 2U modules, offering power ranges of 15-60 kW N+1 (for the 15 kW modules) and 25-100 kW N+1 (for the 25 kW modules). A maximum of four cabinets can run in parallel to increase capacity to 240 kW N+1 (for the 15 kW modules) and 400 kW N+1 (for the 25 kW modules).
Up to seven larger 42 kW power modules can be installed in a standard Multi Power cabinet, offering total capacity of 252 kW N+1 in a single frame. As with the new compact chassis, up to four cabinets can be paralleled together, delivering a maximum power rating of 1,008 kW N+1 in a single system.
The official UK launch will take place during leading trade show Data Centre World at ExCeL London. Demo versions will be available to view on the Riello UPS stand D920.
Leo Craig, Managing Director of Riello UPS (https://www.riello-
"With the introduction of new power modules and a compact cabinet, we are broadening the market for modular UPS and enabling smaller applications to enjoy the same benefits as data centres and similar large-scale projects.
Capable of exceptional operating efficiency of up to 96.5% in online dual conversion mode, it also offers users a special Energy Saving Mode that delivers 95%+ efficiency even when carrying loads as low as 20%, minimising wasted energy across all load levels.
The Multi Power offers outstanding installation flexibility too. Operators can size their system correctly at installation then "pay as you grow" by adding additional power modules, battery units or cabinets as required to increase capacity, redundancy or autonomy. This minimises the initial investment and maximises total cost of ownership.