ABB MNS-Up power distribution and UPS system
ABB’s MNS-Up integrates uninterrupted power supply (UPS) and switchgear technologies into a single and compact system.
The unit enables users to save up to 10% capital in electrical infrastructure, requires up to 30% less space than traditional architectures and can be up and running as much as 20% faster due to reduced installation and commissioning time, according to the company. It has been developed for data centres and other mission-critical facilities that demand zero downtime, such as international stock exchanges.
The product allows switchgear and UPS modules to be safely and rapidly exchanged without disconnecting power. Responsible energy consumption and facility growth are ensured through planned incremental additions. The modular design expands in 100 kW steps so that companies just pay as they grow.
Each frame of the system can support up to five 100 kW UPS modules. Up to six frames can combine to provide 3 MW of backup power supply. For more power, further systems can be installed in parallel.
ABB can install the system in whatever configuration works best in the space available — L-shape, U-shape, straight lines or back-to-back — and all without external bus ducts or cables.
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