The Solution Provider Benefits Of A Reinvented, Modular UPS


Modularity in tech environments of all sizes has become a key pathway toward efficiency, flexibility and sustainability—and a continuing best practice in many scenarios. It makes sense when considering that organizations of all sizes have changing and evolving IT needs as they evolve. Power management is no exception to the rule when it comes to modularity. “Modular single-phase UPSs with lithium-ion batteries can cost at least twice as much upfront, but they save you money in the long run because of several factors... Michael Mahan, Schneider Electric These units are smaller, more power-dense,easier to install, and require much less maintenance than traditional devices." Michael Mahan, Schneider Electric This means adding UPS modules to an IT setting as the need demands—without having to reconfigure a system as it grows. It’s an effective way to provide backup, redundancy and management to maximize both uptime and efficiency. Modularity also means conserving precious real estate inside an IT environment and conserving the resources that an unnecessarily expansive layout can require. If traditional UPS systems did the job of power backup, modular UPS reinvented that solution. Modular UPS increases uptime and allows it to be connected more effectively than before with overall IT management. This Smart-UPS Modular Ultra is designed to provide up to 20kW of single-phase power in a modular design—meaning the solution can be scaled up and down depending on the specific IT needs.

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