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Riello UPS extends NextEnergy range with 500 kVA edition

Riello UPS has expanded its NextEnergy (NXE) series with a more powerful 500 kVA model.

Riello said the new NXE 500model incorporates the latest transformerless technologies to deliver TÜV-certified operational efficiency up to 97 percent in online UPS mode, helped by its Efficiency Control System which minimises wasted energy at partial loads.


Vertiv launches first Lithium-ion single-phase UPS

Ohio-based data centre specialist Vertiv has launched its first single-phase UPS with next-generation lithium-ion batteries.

The new lithium-ion-based Liebert PSI5 comes in 1,500VA and 3,000VA capabilities and is available now in the US and Canada.


Riello UPS to launch two new power modules at Data Centre World London

Riello UPS will unveil new modular power solutions at Data Centre World, 11-12 March, as it extends the popular Multi-Power range.

The power supply manufacturer is launching two new power modules, 15 kW and 25 kW both 2U in height, to complement an existing 42 kW option.


The importance of choosing the right UPS battery

A UPS battery’s ability to store energy reliably and efficiently during normal operation, making it immediately available to the load during a mains failure, is critical to data centre security. Mark Coughlin, Applications Manager for Reserve Power at EnerSys reviews the key battery technologies currently available, to inform commercial and technical specifiers responsible for battery selection.


Data centre manager’s guide to replacing a DRUPS

As innovative applications such as big data and IoT increasingly become the bedrock of global business operations, the need for data centre power protection has never been more critical. Although the effects of downtime vary from industry to industry, in extreme cases, a single outage can translate to millions of dollars of lost revenue.

There are a number of devices that today’s data centres rely on for power protection, but chief among them are uninterruptable power supplies (UPS). UPS’ serve two essential functions. First, to help protect ICT equipment from power abnormalities on the main supply, and if the mains supply fails, to step in and support the critical load until the mains is restored or replaced by an alternative supply such as a generator. By ensuring continuous power supply, UPS’ help eliminate the danger of costly power outages.



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