Overview A versatile solution, the Master MPS is suitable for protecting a wide range of applications, including electro-medical devices, industrial processing machinery, security systems and data centres.
Available in 11 power ratings and 3-phase input, 1-phase output or 3-phase input and output. A simple and efficient choice for installations where generators or MV/LV transformers supply the UPS. Eliminates harmonics and offers essential power factor correction.
Highlights Ideal for systems powered by generators or MV/LV transformers
Designed to handle capacitive loads
Parallel up to 8 UPS for extra capacity or redundancy
Efficiency Control System optimises efficiency in parallel installations
Ensures galvanic isolation
Broad Range Of Solutions Master MPS is available in 3-phase input, 1-phase output from 10-100 kVA, as well as 3-phase input and output from 10-200 kVA.
All versions include a 6-pulse thyristor-based rectifier and the choice of optional harmonic filters (12-pulse rectifier available on 60-80 kVA models).
Simple Scalability Parallel 8 UPS together for increased power or battery autonomy. Possible to parallel models with different power ratings, while Hot System Expansion (HSE) enables you to add UPSs into an existing installation without switching to bypass mode.
Optimum Efficiency In Parallel Systems Intuitive Efficiency Control System (ECS) optimises power consumption in parallel installations. At low loads, it puts some UPSs into a “sleep” mode, sharing out the work between the remaining units.
This ensures the entire system runs at the highest possible efficiency. N+1 redundancy guaranteed at all times.
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