What are the characteristics of industrial UPS power supply?


Industrial UPS power supplies must focus on the ability to be designed to work at high temperatures. Components must be designed for the operational requirements of an industrial environment, high temperature and high humidity, and must also cope with the corrosion of the system by corrosive gases.


What are the characteristics of industrial UPS power supply?


When operating continuously at full load under various operating conditions, industrial UPS systems are usually maintained by field technicians, so the mechanical design should consider the isolation function of the main components on site. Not only does maintenance itself take time, it also requires switching the system into bypass operation during maintenance. Industrial UPSs must be more resistant than those used in computer room environments.


Industrial UPS power supply should check the actual load power supply environment. If the power environment is normal or bad, and the frequency and voltage fluctuate greatly, a power frequency UPS power supply is required.


High capacity, reliability, and performance reliability can meet various needs of users.


The frequency is automatically identified and applied to the 50 Hz/60 Hz power system to meet the requirements of various power systems.


Pure online double conversion, best power quality, suitable for various loads, strong overload capacity.


Industrial UPS power supply AGP003L series consists of 6-pulse or 12-pulse full-control bridge, which can increase the input power of UPS, with wide input range and strong protection ability. Neutral line fault protection, over-high, low overload protection and soft-start function. All digital control technologies are reliable, available, intelligent and energy-efficient UPS power supplies with a very wide input voltage range and input frequency range.


Industrial UPS systems provide high availability and ease of management. It is mainly used in the strict operating environment of production lines such as semiconductors, electric power, and water treatment, as well as automatic control systems such as petroleum, petroleum, petrochemical, power generation, and power transmission.