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AEG Power Solutions has launched its Combination Architecture standby power solutions for mission-critical facilities such as data centres and building control systems.

The power systems will utilise low-impact, cost-efficient technologies as sources of power or energy storage in order to increase system efficiency and reduce carbon footprint.

These technologies include ultracapacitors, fuel cells, solar cells and wind power energy.

One example of the application of Combination Architecture is a Supercaps UPS, which the company previewed at Cebit on 2 March 2010.

The product allows the whole or partial replacement of traditional lead-acid battery banks with a more environmentally friendly solution that requires less maintenance, offers faster recycling and eliminates the need for additional cooling.

Typical IT applications for Combination Architecture include data centres, networks, workstations, internet servers and telecommunication applications.

They may also find use in host computers, file servers and computer centres, as well as in complex networks in industry, banks and insurance companies.

Combination Architecture standby power systems are also suitable for building control systems, equipment and systems for air traffic control, petrochemical installations offshore, onshore and pipelines, power generation, transmission, distribution, desalination treatment and industrial processes in chemicals, mining, steel and paper.

AEG believes that the launch of Combination Architecture will provide the basis for a new generation of standby power systems capable of harnessing renewable and alternative energy sources.

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