Achieved 15% Reduction Of CO₂ Emissions
SANUPS A11N, the new model of online UPS offers a significant improvement in environmental performance over the previous model A11J. It has achieved a 15% reduction in CO2 emissions compared to the conventional model A11J. This was made possible by improving operational efficiency through the evolution of the circuit system and the control system.
Reducing CO₂ emissions from uninterruptible power supplies is crucial for addressing climate change, improving energy efficiency, reducing costs, complying with regulations, and enhancing corporate social responsibility. It contributes to a more sustainable and environmentally friendly operation of critical infrastructure. The new SANUPS A11N design increased output power while reducing CO₂.
Industry's Highest UPS Efficiency
By using a 3-level inverter with proven track records and by performing tuning to match the latest switching semiconductor device, the SANUPS A11N achieves a maximum efficiency of 95.1% (94% at rated output), which is best-in-class in the industry among CVCF (Constant Voltage Constant Frequency) systems. This reduces running costs and contributes to CO₂ emissions reduction.
UPS Compatibility With High Power Factor Loads
UPS systems are designed to deliver power to loads with various power factor requirements. For loads with high power factors, such as servers, the UPS ensures efficient and reliable power delivery by converting AC to DC, regulating voltage, and providing power conditioning. This allows the servers to operate seamlessly, even during power outages or when the input power quality is compromised.
With a 0.9 load power factor, the A11N is capable of providing its power to loads with a high power factor such as servers.
- Output capacity of 5 kVA => 4.5 kW max.
- Output capacity of 20 kVA => 18 kW max
To supply high-quality power, the double conversion online topology was adopted. While the double conversion online topology provides advantages such as voltage and frequency regulation, it doesn’t directly increase the power factor. Power factor correction is typically achieved through additional circuitry and components specifically designed for that purpose. UPS systems with PFC features can help improve power factor, energy efficiency, and reduce the overall strain on the electrical infrastructure. The A11N Technical Report explains how and if you’re interested in sales and engineering support please contact us.
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