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10.06.2019, 12:15

Protecting ICT from Power Loss

Company News, Critical Infrastructure, EMEA, Technology, Telecomms

Riello UPS has launched a 5-10 kVA product range designed to protect critical telecoms and IT systems.

 

The Sentinel Tower (STW) delivers unity power factor and incorporates a three-level inverter that enables operating efficiency of up to 95 per cent to minimise energy waste.

 

Up to three Sentinel Towers can work in parallel to offer redundancy and the flexibility to easily upscale when load requirements change. The UPS operates on a closed loop system which ensures it continues to run even if the cable connection is interrupted.

 

The 5-6 kVA versions are single-phase input and output power supplies, with single or three-phase input additionally offered by the 8-10 kVA models in the range.

 

Featuring automatic and manual battery testing functionality, the STW range also includes extended runtime versions equipped with 6A chargers for critical applications requiring several hours’ autonomy.

 

Launching the new range, Riello UPS General Manager, Leo Craig, said:

"Combining exceptional reliability and efficiency in such a compact footprint, the Sentinel Tower is a versatile choice suitable for sectors as diverse as healthcare, finance, and public transport.

 

"It comes with a whole host of user-friendly features, including a completely redesigned LCD display panel, built-in wheels for portability, and a wide range of sophisticated operating modes to improve performance and boost efficiency."

 

Visit www.riello-ups.co.uk for additional information.

 

 

 

 

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