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Data centre managers are challenged with constantly evolving demands on energy efficiency and availability – never before has it been so critical for those responsible for critical buildings and facilities to demonstrate flexibility when designing and updating their hard working electrical infrastructure.

The optimisation of critical power availability and protection of vital assets requires a careful balancing act between the changing power demands in a building with the provision of greener, cleaner power.

Furthermore, rising energy costs and premiums on floor space mean that power density is at the forefront of every organisation’s concerns.

Socomec’s latest modular rack-mounted UPS development addresses short-term capacity issues while meeting longer term growth requirements – delivering reliable, safe, high quality power to the most demanding critical applications, that can be scaled rapidly to meet changing demands.

Furthermore, Socomec’s new load-break switching range with trip function has been designed with ease of installation, low cost of maintenance and the need to optimise the use of valuable floorspace in mind.

Socomec’s Modulys GP is a three-phase modular UPS system designed for 19in rack integration across multiple applications. Easy to integrate and install whilst simple to manage and maintain, it provides maximum availability and power protection in a compact design – leaving space for other rack-mounted devices.

Modulys RM GP has been specifically engineered with full flexibility and fewer parts in order to simplify and optimise every step of the integration process – from sizing to installation – de-risking the entire project.

As a completely modular system – designed with no single point of failure – Modulys RM GP delivers reliable power whilst ensuring optimum load protection, even during power upgrades or maintenance procedures.

Socomec’s new multi-polar load break switch range with trip function – Inosys LBS – has been engineered – and tested – for the most demanding DC distribution applications and extreme operating environments, including firefighting safety switches and PV installations.

The patented technology delivers optimum switching performance, total reliability and guaranteed safety – combined with low maintenance costs – with a compact footprint.

Fully immune to any voltage perturbation, Inosys LBS withstand high temperature fluctuations and guarantee fast operation under any conditions. Ideal for firefighting operations, Inosys LBS can completely disconnect any dangerous voltage in the electrical installation.

When used in conjunction with Resys AFD – the new Socomec Arc-Fault & String Monitoring System – Inosys LBS switches deliver a complete AFCI solution in accordance with UL1699B.

Inosys LBS switches meet UL 98B, IEC 60947-3 / GB14048.3 and are supplied with CE marking.

Socomec UPS

Founded in 1922, SOCOMEC are an industrial group that boasts a workforce in excess of 2500 people worldwide.

Uninterruptible Power Supplies with Socomec

Founded in 1922, SOCOMEC are an industrial group that boasts a workforce in excess of 2500 people worldwide.

With products marketed under the trademark SOCOMEC UPS, the extensive range of products fulfils any and every need for a Continuous Electrical Power Supply of the highest quality.

Innovative Power Solutions

The UPS offered by SOCOMEC UPS, in addition to the Secure Critical Power UPS Systems, Rectifiers, Harmonic Equalisers and DC to AC/AC to DC Converters, makes up the most complete range offered worldwide and covers the widest range of applications with something to suit each and every sector of the market.

SOCOMEC UPS were the first manufacturer in France to offer static power supplies in 1968. In 1980 they were the first to design a UPS with PWM technology, 1996 saw them being the first to integrate IGBT technology with major power sources and in 2000, SOCOMEC became the first designer to integrate a UPS with a modular rack system.

Since then they have also been the first to integrate hybrid components in 2001, they developed the first 200kVA UPS to include an IGBT rectifier in 2003 and came up with new battery charging designs in 2004. In 2006 they also developed a replacement for the traditional battery based solution by creating a dynamic energy storage system.

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