MPM 10-100KVA (3/1)
X6-MPS series UPS devices ensure maximum protection and power quality for any type of load, especially for mission critical
applications, security systems and electro-medical equipment, industrial processes and telecommunications.X6-MPS is an on-line double conversion UPS (class VFI SS 111 in accordance with IEC EN 62040-3) with a transformer isolated inverter. X6-MPS range includes three-phase input and single-phase output versions from 10 to 100kVA, and threephase input and output versions 10 to 800kVA. The three-phase versions are available from 10 to 200 kVA with a 6-pulse thyristor rectifier and, for some powers, with 12-pulses. From 100kVA to 500kVA, the MP+ versions with IGBT rectifiers offer the best solution for low harmonic distortion of input current THDi and for the single input products with 12-pulse thyristor rectifiers in the same power range are available upon request. From 600 to 800kVA, the solutions are offered are equipped with a 12-pulse rectifier with and without a filter to reduce harmonics (optional).
X6-MPS makes powering UPS devices by power generators and MV/LV transformers easier and more efficient,reducing loss in systems and coils and correcting the power factor and eliminating harmonics by the loads powered by the UPS itself.In addition to this, the progressive start-up of the rectifier and the possibility of reducing the recharge current of the batteries, allow for the containment of the input current absorbed and therefore do not overload the source, especially when the source is a generator.
For years, EPI UPS has been developing and offering various solutions for dealing with the different requirements and the problems that inevitably arise in the most critical applications. EPI UPS offers flexible, high-availability solutions that are able to adapt to the different system structures and different criticality levels.EPI UPS creates UPS systems can tolerate a number of component or subsystem failures, while continuing to operate normally and to provide service without interruption. THis is achieved by installing carefully designed redundant elements,eliminating the common failure nodes,scheduling maintenance activities and through the control and supervison of the operating parameters of the system and the environment.TheEPI services staff is ready to provide guidance and advice on projects.
Flexibility X6-MPS is suited to all types of applications, from computers to the most demanding industrial environments. Thanks to the broad range of accessories and options, complex architectures and configurations can be created to ensure maximum power to critical loads: expansions (in redundancy or power) may be made in already-operating parallel systems, even without having to switch off any UPS that are already operating and thus, maintaining power to utilities. UGS and PSJ devices also ensure redundancy in the downstream distribution of the parallel system, creating a “selective”system that provides power to other connected utilities even when there are failures on one utility.
Battery care system: maximum battery care
Normally the batteries are kept charged by the rectifier; when mains power fails,the UPS uses this energy source to power its utilities. Therefore, proper battery care is critical to ensuring correct UPS operation in emergency conditions. Battery Care System consists of a series of features and capabilities that allow for battery management in order to obtain the best performance possible and extend their operating life.
- Dual level charging regime to optimise recharge currents and reduce charge times
- Temperature compensation and deep discharge protection to reduce overall battery ageing
- Charge blocking system to reduce electrolyte consumption and lengthen the life of VRLA batteries
- Battery tests to diagnose, in advance, any reduction in performance or problems with the batteries.
X6-MPS is also compatible with different battery technologies: vented open lead acid, VRLA AGM and NiCd.
Ease of Installation X6-MPS requires only a very small space for installation (only 0.64 sqm for a 200KVA system); in addition, front access allows servicing of all major components from the front panel, making side access unnecessary. Given the upwards ventilation, ,X6-MPcan be placed up against a wall, reducing the space to be left free, necessary in event the flow of hot air coming out the rear.
Specific solutions The UPS can be adapted to meet your requirements. Contact EPI to discuss the feasibility of specific solutions and options not listed in the catalogue.
- Compatible with Teleguard for teleassistance.
- Advanced communication, multiplatform, for all operating systems and network environments: Supervision and shutdown UPSMon software for Windows operating systems 7, 2008, Vista, 2003, XP, Linux, Mac OS X, Sun Solaris, Linux, Novell and other Unix operating systems.
- UPS is supplied with a cable for direct PC connection (Plug and PLay)
- RS232 double serial port
- Slot for network adapter installation; ESD contact (Emergency Switching Device) for switching off the UPS by remote emergency button.
- Remote led mimic panel or graphic display.
Maximum reliability and availability
Distributed or centralised parallel up to 8 units per redundant (N+1) or powerparallel. A parallel between models with different power levels is possible. Hot System Expansion (HSE): HSE allows the insertion of a new UPS within an existing system, without the need to switch off the UPSs which are already operating or switch them to bypass mode. This guarantees maximum load protection, even during maintenance and enlargement.Maximum levels of availability also in the event of an interruption to the parallel bus cable: the system is “FAULT TOLERANT”. It is not affected by connection cable faults and continues powering the load without a continuity solution, signalling the anomaly with an alarm. Efficiency Control System (ECS): is a system that optimises the efficiency of parallel systems, according to the power required by the load in that moment. However, N +1 redundancy is guaranteed, but every UPS working in parallel operates at the best load level possible in order to achieve the highest overall output.