Investing in the right uninterruptible power supply (UPS) solutions is becoming vital for industry and commerce at a time of economic uncertainty and doubts over future energy security.
As the world becomes more IT dependent, the performance of data centres and smaller data hubs is crucial, with data centre managers under increasing pressure to meet enhanced efficiency targets to cope with escalating energy prices and the threat of increased power outages in the UK in the future.
One company helping this sector achieve their targets and safeguard against any power failures is leading high performance UPS manufacturers, Borri Ltd.
For new builds and data centre hubs in particular, there has been a stark rise in demand for more flexible, modular UPS solutions, which have proven to be highly cost effective by lowering the initial investment, allowing operators the flexibility to invest in their data centre as it grows.
In the case of large established data centres, where many carry traditional ransformer-based UPS systems and are now looking to extend or upgrade heir equipment with more efficient solutions, Borri's three phase ECO 9000 and B9600 range provides reliable back-up power and can reach an mpressive operating efficiency of 95 per cent, whilst in true on-line ode.
Borri's ECO-UPS range comes with an impressive 0.99 input power factor PF), giving improved efficiency and stability of the overall transmission etwork and a THDi of less than three percent to help eliminate any current istortion.
These high performance UPS solutions also come with the added benefit f being maintained without transferring the load to bypass mode, which ould expose it to unconditioned power.