Tripp Lite launches data centre UPS range

New portfolio of UPS systems intended for data centre protection

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Tripp Lite launches data centre UPS range The new Tripp Lite UPS will help protect data centres.
By  Mark Sutton Published  April 8, 2013

Tripp Lite has launched a new line up of high-capacity 3-phase UPS systems to protect data centre operations.

The portfolio of three models, the SU80KX2, SU100KX2 and SU120KX2, is intended to provide power protection for high end infrastructure. The new models include features such as ideal power output, modular architecture and parallel capabilities.

The new systems have up to 120kVA individual capacity, or 480kVA in parallel, and have on-line, double-conversion operations to deliver pure sine wave output and isolate equipment from power problems. The units have scalable, modular N+1 redundant architecture to ensure 1000% availability, and up to 97% efficiency to lower power and cooling costs, with hot-swappable internal power modules and built-in DB9 communication port and PowerAlert software for remote monitoring and control.

Vipin Sharma, Tripp Lite's Vice-President for Middle East and Africa, commented: "We are optimistic about this market, especially as more and more companies look to protecting mission-critical data centre equipment. These new line of UPS systems are packed with features to ensure reliability and complete protection, like modular architecture, but also keep installation and operating costs lower than multiple smaller units or legacy systems."

According to recent research, the Middle East UPS market is expected to generate a total revenue of almost $218 million (AED801 million) in 2013, up 1.6% from 2012, growing to a $238 million market by 2014.

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