The Galaxy VS three-phase UPS for external batteries now extends from 20 to 150 kW (480 V) and 10 to 75 kW (208 V). The expanded power range offers protection to a broader range of critical infrastructure and edge applications. New options include N+1 internal redundancy, an IP52/NEMA12 kit for reinforced protection, and Trade Agreements Act (TAA)-compliant models. By using the N+1 models, in which one extra power module is used for redundancy, customers ensure the load remains protected even in case of an inoperable power module. By using ECOnversion, customers recover their UPS investment within two to three years through energy savings (model dependent). The compact design provides high-density technology especially suited to confined spaces with full front access for easy and fast connection and services. The lithium-ion battery technology options restore backup time quickly, protect the load even during repeated power interruptions, and provide long life spans. Additionally, critical system components are built as modules with a fault-tolerant design; this provides internal redundancy at reduced load levels and a short mean time to repair.
UPS Systems — Schneider Electric
December 15, 2020