Modular decentralized parallel architecture for small to mid-sized data centers from 20 kW to 600 kW at 208V.
Conceived for small to mid-sized data centers, ABB’s modular Conceptpower DPA 120 uninterruptible power supply (UPS) fulfills power requirements from 20 kW to 600 kW at 208V and provides maximum availability for those who aim for zero downtime as well as a low cost of ownership.
The Conceptpower DPA 120 delivers power protection from 20 to 600 kW at 208V, both input and output, (one to six modules) in a single cabinet frame. Horizontal scalability is also given, with up to five frames in parallel, to increase total power up to 600 kW. This scalability means that there is no need to over-specify the original configuration as power modules can simply be added, as needed, in the future.
This advanced UPS design provides the highest degree of protection in critical applications where the load must be fed with quality power. These Conceptpower DPA systems utilize decentralized parallel architecture and ensures the highest level of reliability and availability with true redundancy across modules.
99.9999% (6 nines) availability
Small datacenters – Mid-sized datacenters – Server rooms and IT applications – Critical process protection.
One of the benefits of modular UPS is that it allows for utilizing the same power protection concept, with the same product, across different load segments and across installation sites. With Conceptpower DPA each power module is its own working UPS. System power can always be scaled to fit the load power without need to oversize, or being able to predict the growing power demand to far future. More modules can be added at any stage to increase system capacity.
Standardized approach for managing power protection streamlines and simplifies the installation and allows also for introduction of unified and standardized service concept on-site.
The benefits of the standardization in today’s constantly changing and unpredictable environment are clear: faster implementation, flexibility and scalability help in controlling the capital spending.
For the UPS designs this means further refining the decentralized paralleling architecture and higher power, thus highly efficient, modular solutions. The same module can be used as building block for large variety of applications across different size load segments.
The above in turn yields to increased reliability, better risk management and an affordable yet efficient aftersales service, hence overall lower total cost of ownership.