Delta Electronics has added the Ultron DPS model to its family of uninterruptible power supplies (UPS),
which now offers capacities ranging from 300-1200 kVA. This latest Ultron online UPS is rated at 1000-1200 kVA megawatt-scale performance with a small footprint. It makes the Ultron DPS UPS ideally suited for use in large and colocation data centres where high-density performance and the associated space savings are essential for profitable operations.
Delta says the new DPS series UPS is an exceptionally competitive product with the highest power density and the smallest footprint, addressing the increasing requirements of colocation and cloud service providers. In addition, it offers a LiB ready solution that saves space and reduces risk throughout the lifecycle of the uninterruptible power system.
Up to 8 Ultron DPS series UPSs can be paralleled to provide up to 9.6MW of power capacity to support power expansion or N+X redundancies. Featuring high power capacity and high energy efficiency, the Ultron DPS is up to 96% efficient at light load conditions and achieves up to 96.5% in online mode.
The Ultron DPS series offers proactive intelligence to warn IT staff of impending failures before they occur. This reduces the risk of downtime as well as the time and expense that maintenance work involves. Advanced event analysis includes up to 10,000 event logs, and waveform capturing allows the detection of external conditions to ensure high availability. Organizations around the world have adopted Delta’s Ultron DPS UPS for power backup and data centre applications across industries such as colocation, manufacturing and semiconductors.
Delta has provided power supplies and thermal management products since 1971 with the mission, “To provide innovative, clean and energy-efficient solutions for a better tomorrow”. Since 2011, it has been listed on the DJSI World Index of Dow Jones Sustainability™ Indices for 8 consecutive years.