ABB India’s Electrification business has launched MegaFlex DPA (decentralized parallel architecture) UPS solution for the Indian market. The UPS is part of ABB EcoSolutions portfolio and complies with the ABB circularity framework.
ABB stated the UPS has been designed for high density computing environment with the highest efficiency rating and lowest footprint. The UPS offers a high energy efficiency of up to 97.4%, driving up cost savings and improving energy consumption.
The UPS targets the IEC and UL market, with power ranges of up to 1.5 and 1.6 MW, respectively. It is also claimed to have the most compact footprint on the market, up to 45% smaller for the IEC version than competitor models of equal power rating.
“Despite its small footprint, the UPS delivers impressive sustainable power technology with reduced energy losses due to high efficiency converters, adaptable to variable IT load,” stated ABB.
The UPS is compatible with either lithium-ion or VRLA (valve-regulated lead-acid battery) for external storage.
Kiran Dutt, President Electrification, ABB India said: “With the vast amount of energy consumed by data centers, every percentage point improvement in efficiency brings with it large cost savings. More importantly, being the first of its kind product in the Indian market with circularity compliance, it also supports our customer’s sustainability commitments.”
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