Wireless UPS Battery Monitoring System from Staco Energy Products Demonstrated Live During 7x24 Exchange Event in Orlando
Staco Energy will present the FirstLine® P family of UPS products with two different models for 10 – 100 kVA applications and for 80 – 125 kVA applications. FirstLine® P models boast efficiencies of up to 98%, while delivering maximum availability and flexibility.
True on-line, double-conversion technology is achieved through IGBT and Digital Signal Processor (DSP) control, enabling delivery of a high input power factor of 0.99, and a low input current distortion of less than or equal to 3%. Each compact and reliable UPS is covered by an industry-leading 2-year warranty and backed by a nationwide service program with optional preventive maintenance to lower cost of ownership.
FirstLine® P units can be run in parallel – up to 8 (N+1) for the 480VAC 80-125 kVA model, and up to 4 (N+1) for the 208VAC 10-100 kVA version. This provides redundancy for mission critical applications yet requires no additional hardware. All units are hot swappable, for maximum flexibility, availability and expandability. Dual Bus System and Dynamic Dual Bus system configurations provide an efficient and reliable power source. The FirstLine® P requires only front, top or bottom access, so it can be placed against a wall, minimizing its footprint. Battery run times are best in class.
The IGBT-based rectifier solid-state technology reduces the impact of the UPS on the local supply and simplifies installation where there is limited power capacity in the form of available electrical supply rating or generator size. Classified as a “Zero Impact Source”, the FirstLine® P provides a high input power factor of 0.99, a low input current distortion of less than or equal to 3%, and a power walk-in function that ensures progressive rectifier start-up. It also performs as a high performance filter by protecting upstream power supply sources from any harmonics and reactive power generated by the loads power.
FirstLine® P models feature an output transformer with galvanic isolation (between the load and the battery supply) to provide greater versatility and installation options. The UPS can be supplied from two separate power sources (main power and a second emergency standby source) which can increase the resilience of single or parallel system configurations.