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Do I require a 12 Pulse rectifier or Input filter with the MHT range of UPS?
By selecting a UPS from our MHT range you can rely on the advanced rectifier design to dramatically reduce input current harmonics to <3%,...
What is a Temperature Compensated Charger?
Variations in ambient temperature presents the greatest threat to battery installations. Special circuitry can be incorporated in the UPS to...
What is ECO mode?
ECO mode is often referred to as 'Active Standby' and is mainly used on sites where the general mains supply is relatively stable or the...
Input filters or 12 pulse rectifiers?
With current recommendations demanding lower levels of input harmonics (THDi) it is more common for larger systems to require some form of input...
Cascade or Parallel redundancy?
UPS systems can be designed to operate in parallel to increase reliability (redundant systems) or to increase load handling capability (full...
What is a 'Line Interactive' UPS?
Line interactive technology sits between offline and online. The load is fed from mains during normal operation, however unlike...
Can I add more UPS modules to the system when my load increases?
Yes, the MST, MPS and MHT ranges employ a plug and play parallel system that allows additional units to be added to an existing system at a...
Considerations when choosing a UPS and Generator combination?
It is usually beneficial to deal with one supplier for both items as this eliminates the potential conflict if the equipment does not work well...
What is a Brownout?
A brownout, sometimes also called a ‘sag’, is a "dip" in the voltage level of the electrical line. When a brownout occurs,...
What is a Static Inverter?
A static inverter is virtually the same as a UPS system except they are configured to operate in 'active standby' mode with the bypass...